faolteam

Just wondering if you think this watch is a good one ?

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On 10/8/2017 at 1:23 AM, faolteam said:

Please accept that Newegg, not being an official source for Seiko or State of California, has no credibility about what they publish on the matter. Beside, the bogus warning is present for that model only and not on others built with the same materials. E.g. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA59J3CJ0621

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On 10/5/2017 at 3:25 PM, frenchie said:

That's what I get for not reading all the posts... I skimmed through an saw seiko blue dial... :) and my mind was set

How about the Seiko SNE381? Looks a lot like the Citizen

 SNE381P9   is https://www.lowryjewellers.com/watches-c1/seiko-mens-solar-watch-sne381p9-p4179

 

can you tell me is this watch a TItanium Strap? 

cheers 

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8 hours ago, faolteam said:

TItanium Strap? 

As mentioned before. Titanium case and bracelet (strap is the name for bands made of soft materials).

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