Below are some examples to clarify the finer points of how our watch searching works. Keep in mind that criteria like color are somewhat subjective. The difference between white and silver, between silver and gray, or between gray and black may not be very obvious. For cases like these better results may be obtained by choosing both options (eg. white AND silver).
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Make multiple selections in a single section to see watches that match any of those selections.
Results: Watches with 10mm OR 11mm thickness
Make selections in multiple sections to see watches that match all of those selections.
Results: Watches with 10mm thickness AND sapphire crystal
Combine the previous two examples.
Results: Watches with 10mm OR 11mm thickness AND sapphire crystal
Some sections give you a dropdown to choose whether the results will match any selection, all selections, or even exclude your selections.
Results: All watches that do not have black or blue dials
Enter partial model numbers to see all watches that contain your entry.
Results: All watches with "SKX0" in the model number (eg. SKX007, SKX009, SKX011, ...)
Enter a minimum price greater than zero to see all watches that are available for purchase.
Results: All watches with a price. No watches that are unavailable.
Finding Out About Your Watch
If you already have a Seiko watch and are trying to find out more about it then the chart below may be of help. Also be sure to try our Seiko Date Finder which includes instructions on how to identify your watch.