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Rolex Submariner Watch Alternatives

Updated on August 17, 2018
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Are you looking for a watch that looks just like the Rolex Submariner, but don't have the money to pay for one? Look no further as Seiko has a very similar watch that looks just amazing.

Why would you want to ever get an alternative in the first place? Well, for one, not everyone can afford a timepiece that is several thousands of dollars. And another, is that maybe you're a collector, and want to have as much timepieces as possible. Buying multiple Rolex pieces will set you back greatly. When buying several alternative watches will not.

The REAL Deal

The Rolex Submariner (launched in 1953) is a classic men's watch that is absolutely stunning. It pairs very well with any time of clothing and has a classic look to it. It's available in a variety of different colors which makes this watch extremely desirable.

The dial is distinct with large hour markings. The bezel is rotatable. Rolex uses Oystersteel which belongs to the 904L steel family of alloys. This allows maximum resistance to corrosion.

Diameter: 40mm
Material: Oystersteel
Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire
Water Resistance: Up to 300 meters

THE Best Alternative

The Seiko SNZF17 is the best alternative to the Rolex Submariner. It looks almost exactly the same when just taking a quick glance at it. If you want to save some money, look no further than the Seiko SNZF17. It's a solid choice for a timepiece.

Case: Stainless steel 316L
Movement: Automatic
Illuminated: Fluorescent green
Water resistance: Up to 100 meters



There is no doubt that Rolex makes the best luxury watches around. However, if you want to save some money, here's the Seiko alternative that looks just like the real deal. And nobody will ever think that you're trying to fake that it's a Rolex. Seiko is a very solid timepiece. It's the smarter choice.

What would YOU buy?

Would it be the Rolex or the Seiko?

Would you opt for the Seiko instead?

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