Derek SNE331, non movable bezel. I like the the case thickness of 10mm. Larger than my LaSalle at 3.5mm but smaller than my Invicta Subaqua 1590 at 18mm, lol.Nice, is that the Aviator SNE range? It seems to have a moveable bezel, the ones I'm finding don't. Can you please give a Model #.
I found this at another watch forum: " - - - every Seiko at whatever price point is equal in quality no matter where the parts were stamped out, where they were assembled or where the whole thing was cased up. Seiko has a rigid set of manufacturing standards that all factories adhere to."Great looking watch.
Here's an old thread that talks about where Seiko's are made.
In short some are made in Japan, others (sometimes even the same model) are made in Malaysia or Thailand.
wow, talk about similarities except I've never raced. Anything. However, I have chased bad guys in cars and on motorcycles. Never lost one, lol. Here is my list of mcs:Oh wow Eddie, I also have a place on Maui, and I have about the same number of motorcycles! I have a business partner that builds flat track bikes among other stuff. I also raced in the Vintage Flat Track series finishing in 6th in the Championship for vintage riders (50+) , before my eyes got too bad to race!
I used to be a biker in my younger days, decided along the way I had to choose between Jack Daniels and Harley Davidson, since doing both would have ended with me dead before 50.Derek, yeah, I noticed that bezel edge too. I also though it was rotational, but it's not. I hang out in San Jose, Kapa'a, Kauai, Pahoa, Big Island of Hawaii, and the R Ranch in the Napa Hills. With a little time in Oakley, CA, near the Delta, and occasionally in Highland, Utah. If I'm not in the air, I'll be riding one of my 16 motorcycles, or admiring my small watch collection, lol.