Should you take a Seiko watch seriously that has such a silly nickname? Well, I believe you should. I'd also say it's fairly imperative to consider obtaining one before they are discontinued too!
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Actually, that is, 'well dressed samurai' time! My leather band arrived and I've now had plenty of time to form an opinion on the lovely Seiko SARX045. It's a beauty and despite being a JDM model only, I really think you should pull the trigger.
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So, my Seiko SARX045 finally arrived and I'm starting to think about my review of this lovely time piece. One thing that I'm really struck by is why this is not called the Tuxedo Samurai? There are so many dramatic angles that it does remind me of my actual Samurai.
This was my first dealings with Gnomon Watches, how did that go?
Is that blue dial as amazing as everyone says it is? It's a Seiko so we know it'll last and it will be well made. I do like cocktails so there’s another nickname I can get behind.
However, is it too fancy? Can/should it be worn even when not wearing a suit?
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Seemingly a controversial release based on basically not being the SKX007... Does it deserve to be dismissed by watch collectors out there? Anything wrong with an updated movement, hacking & manual wound movement?
I don't think so and I think it's worth reading this owner's review if you're considering one. Read review here.
The best Seiko nickname and awesome design. Yes, it has a movement that is made in Malaysia and would need some small adjustments at least weekly to tell exact time, and a Hardlex crystal. But…it’s the ‘Samurai’(!) and look at that awesome lug design! It has a tsunami wave logo on the back! Sold.
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