Possibly JP vs. international naming convention (?). It looks like they have the same specs: Seiko caliber 6R35 with 70-hour power reserve. 42.7mm, the crystal is slightly domed and features anti-reflective coating on the, screw-down crown and stainless s
Had my eye on this since the first reports last winter. It just came in today. I went with the 151 w the black dial. It came with a nice bracelet but I popped that off and added a NATO strap. It's a nice size. My SRP777 is nice but a tad large for my tast
Stainless steel and white dial calmed the hamster wheel binge and purge of an accidental collection. For the time being I’ve still got a handful of 1970’s era Seiko divers and a Longines Legend Diver but once I found the minimalist luxury of entry level s
I was able to get away for a 4 days last week to visit with my recently graduated from Cal Poly SLO daughter who is sailing with her BF fro 2 months in the Sea of Cortez. Amazingly, the pace is only 1hr 40mins flight from Tijuana International airport. So
Rock solid, works on rubber, NATO, or bracelet, and often runs more accurately than the specs say... mine run /- 10-12 sec, which is fine with me. And easy to modify as well - got mine modded to kanji wheel, AR crystal, and some patina for a vintage vibe.
Swapped out the turtle for an SKX. Really easy to wear seiko dive watches for weeks on end. 42.5mm on a 6.75in wrist. It wears small but wears a bit high at 13.25mm in height. All in all, a comfortable piece with either a jubilee or rubber strap. What I l
Seiko relaunched the Seiko 5 Sports collection towards the end of last year, with a multitude of options. I was stuck at home due to the pandemic, the weather was getting hotter, and I was wearing my good old SKX009 a lot. I then came across the new SRPD7
This is a watch that travels well and other than being removed for rock climbing, works great and stands up to almost everything. Some seawater to start with: And now to the hills.... Great fun time had by all. Cheers, Tim