My Seiko SKXJ92 dates back to 1988, but my dad gave it to me in 2008. Even though it was twenty years old and never had a service, it was my first self-winding automatic timepiece and it is one piece that will never leave my collection.
Some time ago I was invited to my first ever black-tie dinner. That is what led me to buy the Seiko Chronograph Watch SPC059P1, a watch I have now owned for some years
This automatic self-winding watch is chunky and as well-built as the big brand Swiss divers watches – but costs a fraction of the price. Here’s our verdict on Seiko’s little stunner.
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