Giveaway: Seiko Sportura Kinetic Diver Watch Giveaway

Giveaway: Seiko Sportura Kinetic Diver Watch Giveaway

Giveaway: Seiko Sportura Kinetic Diver Watch Giveaway   watch giveaways

I am excited to offer a fantastic new Seiko watch as the giveaway item this month on aBlogtoRead.com This piece has a number of desirable features and a great modern style to it. As part of the Seiko Sportura collection, this is known as the Kinetic Diver ref. SKA511P1 (aka SKA511). This model in steel is 44mm wide and a black colored bezel and steel metal bracelet. It is accompanied by sibling variants the Seiko SKA509P1 as well as the SKA511P2.

The Sportura Kinetic Diver is water resistant to 200 meters and has an AR coated sapphire crystal. I've had the pleasure of handling these and they are just great. One very important feature that you should known about is the special ratcheting diver's extension clasp. This offers the ability to micro-adjust the bracelet on the fly for loosening or tightening it up - a great feature! Inside the watch is the Seiko Kinetic Quartz caliber 5M62 (rotor in the watch automatically recharges the battery inside). Retail price is $595 and you can enter for a change to win one below.

To Enter You Must:

1. Comment on this post below (on aBlogtoRead.com, not Facebook or elsewhere you might see this article) before the giveaway is over with your valid e-mail address where required. In the body of your comment mention whether you would prefer a Seiko Kinetic watch powered by movement or a Seiko Solar watch powered by light.

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3. Wait until the giveaway is over on October 31st, 2011 for the winner to be chosen at random.

A couple of basic rules. You can only enter once. You must comment with a valid e-mail address where you can be reached. Your comment must be confirmed and approved. You must complete the objectives to be considered. You are responsible for providing your contact shipping information if you are chosen. Shipping restrictions to non US entrants may apply based on sponsor's policies. Giveaway watch selection based on sponsor's inventory and watch availability. All comments made after the end of the giveaway period will not be considered. For the full terms and conditions, please click here.

Good luck, and thanks to Seiko the sponsor of this Sportura Kinetic Diver watch giveaway here at aBlogtoRead.com!

779 comments
rosskale2
rosskale2

I am trying to start a watch collection.I have a solar powered and I would love this Seiko Kinetic Diver.Here in the midwest during the winter where we wear long sleeves I think the Kinetic would do much better,plus I like the movement.This Seiko Kinetic is beautiful!

tonepeli
tonepeli

Great looking watch.   Seiko is one of my favorite all time brands.  I own a set of both automatic and solar powered divers and pilots.  I would prefer the Kinetic movement simply because I do not have one in my collection.   Otherwise, technically I would prefer the solar powered version.  It is a simpler movement design.

Anand.V
Anand.V

I would prefer a Seiko Kinetic watch powered by movement over a Seiko Solar watch powered by light. The Seiko developed Kinetic technology being a hybrid of mechanical and quartz is a mind blowing engineering excellence and innovation in the field of watch making.

datbi_201
datbi_201

I have two Kinetic Auto Relay watch, one5J22, one 7D46. I wear them daily. The ratio performance/price of Seiko is the best in all watch brands. I love Seiko.

RandyTorres
RandyTorres

I really like Seiko as a brand, yes they produce a lot of generic inexpensive quartz watches, nut hey also produce excellent affordable watches like their divers and at the higher end like their Ananta and Grand seiko brands they produce top, Swiss level quality at much better price points and their Spring drive collections are spectacular. I'll take the movement Kinetic thank you very much.

pepecasas
pepecasas

SEIKO, sorry for the eroor im spelling,...in my last comment.

Jose Casas

pepecasas
pepecasas

I do belive Siko in one of the best made watches worldwide, that is in its price range and above.

Jose Casas

propergation
propergation

Don't own a Seiko, but would like to add one to my collection.

ZASKAR36
ZASKAR36

I own quite a few Seikos. So as long as the name, Seiko is on there, It doesn't matter if its Kinetic, Solar, or Automatic...I like it all :)

Shawnnny
Shawnnny

I would refer a solar powered Seiko watch.

glennhrrs
glennhrrs

seiko has always been my go to watch. i have other brands. always fall back to my seikos. would like a solar power watch.

RonMillmanCPA
RonMillmanCPA

I have purchased three Seiko watches over the past twenty years.

What better reference could you ask for?

Ron Millman, CPA, 818-241-3286

1321 Ethel St., Glendale, CA 91207

kapitanshaun
kapitanshaun

I prefer a Seiko watch with solar power.

leicaman
leicaman

Hoo boy, this is pretty.

Shawnnny
Shawnnny

I prefer a Seiko solar watch!

Shawnnny
Shawnnny

Nice watch! I'll wear it with pride?

mch2469
mch2469

Given the state of this weather and the fact I cant afford to keep the heating on.... and so need to keep running around the room to stay warm...

 

I will opt for the Kinetic movement powered version !!

faizawang
faizawang

Not many watch manufacturers offer Kinetic 'movement' and a diver's watch at that too. Of course I would be very honored, not to mention extremely lucky, to win (the Kinetic) one.

Sergio Magos
Sergio Magos

I would prefer the Kenetic feature on a watch. It is a technological marvel, which I would like to experience. My father has an aoutmatic Seiko that looks great!!! He has it for many years. I would like to keep the Seiko tradition in the family. Thank you for the opurtunity to win such a wonderful time piece. It has many attractive features and it is a very substantial looking watch, thanks again.

martuki80
martuki80

I would personally prefer a Seiko Kinetic watch powered by movement.

RalphSpencer
RalphSpencer

I would like the light or motion version with a slight preference for the traditional motion Kenetic. My favoriter watch style is a diver and my most prized diver is a 60s vintage Rolex Submariner - Rose Tudor that you would think was made recently. I would be honored to add this to my collection.

tivo
tivo

beeing a mechanical freak i would natuarally prefer the kinetc watch!

jasonarnold
jasonarnold

I would persoanlly prefer a seiko solar watch powered by a light.  A very interesting innovation.

 

Regards Jason

mauritz45
mauritz45

i have no experience with solar powered watches, and todays kinetic movement  are well made and would be my choice

alpost1
alpost1

prefer the kinetic, but both very good ideas

dbakiva
dbakiva

The Seiko Sportura is a handsome  piece. I was happy with the Kinetic I had some time ago, but given my 'druthers, I'd opt for a Solar powered watch.

germslopz
germslopz

I would probably choose a kinetic movement watch because i may not always wear a particular watch so it might now see alot of daylight but i could put the kinetic watch on a watch winder and have it charge like that. germslopz@gmail.com

Dreadnought
Dreadnought

I would prefer the movement powered Seiko Kinetic--a "beer snob" friend of mine was comparing his Seiko Kinetic last week. Attractive and practical piece. Would enjoy adding it to my small watch collection, and wearing it in any circumstance -- it looks like it can go into casual, business, and serious work environments.

a3_cbm_tyk
a3_cbm_tyk

I love my Seiko Kinetic Direct Drive

 

drautodan
drautodan

I really like my Seiko Kinetic watch powered by movement now so I think I would like to try a Seiko Solar watch powered by light now (please).

AndreBraz
AndreBraz

I want to wear it under Brazilian sun

 

Luckie
Luckie

I'd prefer a kinetic over a solar.

taylor883
taylor883

Kinetic rules as does the 200m limit showing another great watch from Seiko matching my 007

Pilot747767
Pilot747767

I like the kinetic powered watch the best. This Seiko is so nice and has such a classy look. Would love to win this watch. Thank you for the chance.

Jimym3
Jimym3

I like the tried and true mechanical watch powered by movement

Bigjaczzu
Bigjaczzu

Beautiful watch! Love to add this to my cOllection!!

AndreBraz
AndreBraz

This is a magnific watch, with high technology movement.

taylor883
taylor883

@I would prefer a Seiko Kinetic watch powered by movement as I have recently purchased a Casio Ediface solar and the new Seiko Kinetic would be a great addition to my growing assortment of watches. I already have a Seiko Automatic Diver's SKX007J1. which i am wearing daily and a Sportura would compliment this one.

Thanx Ariel again for all of the great watches you give away.

surfturtle
surfturtle

I don't believe it is solar powered as usually solar means shiny unreadable hands and date - well done Seiko nice time piece.

hemjha
hemjha

Haven't won anything all my life. Hope I'm lucky this time. I'd prefer one powered by mechanical movement. So far a Seiko Quartz (day & date, s.no. 651666) is my companion since 1980's.

Pilot747767
Pilot747767

I have always been a big fan of Seiko watches. Their diver watches are so reliable and stylish. I would prefer the kinetic movement over the solar powered but would be very pleased to own either. Thank you so much for an opportunity to win a Seiko Kinetic Diver watch!!

pepecasas
pepecasas

I am a Seiko great admirer, I own 4 different Seikos, from a Quarts Railiroad Aproved model, more that 20 years old and still working fine, to a last model Military Model automatic all in Black PVD, a fantastic wacht, Made in Japan model,

I do preffer Solar powered watches, but I would be very happy to be given a free Velatura Diver Kinetic.

Have a very Happy New Year,

pepecasas

RustyinRochester
RustyinRochester

I am a Seiko fan, especially dive watches and this one looks like a real beauty.

taylor883
taylor883

I Have a Seiko 007 dive watch and wear it daily so to me Kinetic drive has a more personalised interaction with the watch than battery powered. Thanks Adam and Seiko

benjaminweiss
benjaminweiss

Definitely movement. But I support both, why not, really