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Our Favorite Seiko Watches Currently on Amazon

Our Favorite Seiko Watches Currently on Amazon

Far and wide, Seiko watches are considered to be one of the best deals in watches because they pair movements that have tank-like durabitily with a great aesthetic at a price that won’t put you in the poorhouse. Those same features are what make picking a favorite amongst all the available options like choosing between children, but we did it anyway. These are our favorite Seiko watches you can buy on Amazon right now.

Seiko 5 SNK Series Automatic

The Seiko 5 SNK Series watches might be the only real competitor to the Timex Weekender in terms of style, versatility and bargain basement pricing. For around $50, you get a stylish watch with a 4 o’clock crown and a clean face that’s powered by Seiko’s workhorse 7S26 automatic movement. The series is available in a navy (SNK807), black (SNK809), tan (SNK803) or green (SNK805) dial/canvas band combination, but it’s easy enough to slip a NATO strap through if you want to spice it up. This is arguably the best value in automatic watches. $55

Seiko SNDA27 Chronograph

42mm stainless case. Scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal. Water resistant to 100m. Durable Japanese quartz movement. Chronograph functions. Nylon band. Combine all those features and you’ll end up with one of the best beach to business casual summer watches ever created in the Seiko SNDA27 Chronograph. Even if you never plan on diving or using any of the chronograph functions, this is an attractive watch you can wear 24/7 without having to worry about it getting beat up or losing minutes on the day. $106

Seiko 5 SNZF17 “Sea Urchin”

Can you make the argument that a Seiko 5 SNZF17 “Sea Urchin” borrows heavily from the iconic Rolex Submariner? Without a doubt. While the similarities between the two are present in both the style and durability departments, the Sea Urchin remains uniquely Seiko because of a few key characteristics like the stouter markers, day/date window and the Seiko Hardlex covering. You can’t go wrong with any dive style watch outfitted with a black dial, black unidirectional bezel, solid stainless bracelet and a great automatic movement, but the Sea Urchin sets itself apart by having it all and still carrying a downright affordable price tag. $130

Seiko SGF204 Stainless Steel Two-Tone

Cards on the table, the two-tone silver and gold watch look is not something that everyone can pull off. But if you’re one of the guys that can, you won’t do much better than this Seiko SGF204. Sure, this stainless steel and gold two-tone number has a quartz movement and probably isn’t made with real gold. With that said, you’re getting that classic and stylish two-tone look in a durable, eye-catching watch that would cost ten to twenty times more from other manufacturers. $140

Seiko SKX007K Diver’s Automatic

Almost two decades ago, Seiko introduced the watch that come to be known in the following years as the worst-kept secret in modern mechanical dive watches—the Seiko SKX007. It’s built like a tank and rated for a depth of 200m because of the 42mm stainless steel and the Hardlex crystal. It’s pretty damn accurate with a reliable Seiko 7S26 movement and a buttery smooth bezel rotation. It’s styled in a way that’s familiar while still standing out on its own. If you want that rugged dive watch style without the price tag, start here. $193

Seiko SKX009K2 Diver’s Automatic

Functionally, the Seiko SKX009K2 is essentially the same watch as the SKX007K with its 200m water resistance, Malaysian made K series 7S26 movement, pill style luminous markers and 4 o’clock crown. The watches differ in the style and options department as the SKX009K2 is more of a classic, boardroom style watch with its blue dial surrounded by a Pepsi bezel and attached to your wrist with a split style stainless bracelet. $210

Seiko SSC013 Solar Quartz Chronograph

If you want Seiko quality and affordability in a timepiece that has more functions and bezel indices than you’d ever use in two lifetimes you want the Seiko SSC013 Solar Quartz Chronograph. It has a chronograph and alarm function. It has a flight tachymeter bezel. It has a unique solar movement that captures light on the face to store power. And somehow, Seiko manages to pack all of that into a stylish chronograph that’s easy to ready while still being eye-catching anything but gaudy. $269

Seiko SRP637 Automatic Dive Watch

The third iteration of the popular Seiko Black Monster, the SRP637 trades in the shark teeth style indicators for more conventional offerings, steps the case size up to 48mm and has an overall thicker look and feel that’s more than befitting of the “Baby Tuna” moniker. This beast of a dive watch is still powered by the same 24-jewel 4R36 automatic movement that was in its predecessor, but that’s a good thing because it’s incredibly robust while still being accurate. And don’t even get us started on the brightness of the lume on this watch. You could take this thing to it’s maximum depth of 200m and we’re confident you’d still be able to read it. $399