Just got a Seiko Men's Watches Kinetic SKA427P. All black. Looks good, BUT, I was wearing it while making a channel under a driveway, using a lot of water. When I looked at the watch after the job was done, the stem had come undone. Probably from the vigorous motion of my hands and wrists while forcing the pipe under the cement, and because I might have not properly tightened the stem prior to the job.
I wear my 16610 most times, but not when I am doing messy work like this.
All of mine (14060M Submariner, 16600 Sea-Dweller, 16610LV Sub-date, 114270 Explorer) see daily, and often heavy use. The 16600 has been used the most since it's the oldest. The 16610LV is used the least, since it was an anniversary present from my wife.
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