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Thread: Seiko Solar Chronograph SSC019 First Impressions

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    Member pepperami's Avatar
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    These really seem to be a must have diver?

    Sent from my GT-I9505

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    Watch Geek T Bone's Avatar
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    Mine just came in yesterday (the SSC017 version). Exceptional value, and a VERY good looking watch indeed.

    Regards, T Bone

    Even a broken watch shows correct time once or twice a day. I ought to know, I have a few!

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    Seiko SSC031 Solar Pepsi chrono

    On super comfy SNPR Nubuck leather

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    Good write up mike, Don't need to tell you how much i love my solar!! for the price it's gotta be one of the best value watches out there

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    My ssc0015

    I own the SSC0015 version. Tough, reliable, cool looking & reliable. I like the red highlights of my particular model.

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    MWC is that my watch's Avatar
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    came for a look stayed for the biskwits
    Quote Originally Posted by Clontsy View Post
    I own the SSC0015 version. Tough, reliable, cool looking & reliable. I like the red highlights of my particular model.
    pics are always good but guess still working out the posting

    almost bought one a few times but missed my chance unless I see a reasonable one second hand as don't like the x on the dial
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