I will not comment - but if there is anybody out there that thinks, these are well done, please speak up.

Jun 16, 2020,23:00 PM
 





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These are real new official Seiko models - they are not modified, just bad to begin with.

 
 By: xxcesar : June 17th, 2020-02:29
Maybe our Seiko sensei from california can chime in?

Here’s a link

 
 By: Rei : June 17th, 2020-02:33
Want one! (Please don’t make your post title a link)

Any of them can complement this 2003 Seiko Prospex

 
 By: Rei : June 16th, 2020-23:54
Fun watch 😎 ...  

I think the real question is...

 
 By: myles721 : June 17th, 2020-02:53
To what event or place might one where these to?....ideas!?!?

Bad taste 80s party. [nt]

 
 By: xxcesar : June 17th, 2020-04:01
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Soo... I do not like these specific watches but having said that ......

 
 By: Spencer Karrington : June 17th, 2020-06:08
I like that Seiko is taking risks and experimenting with different colours and shapes. So many watchmakers, especially the bigger brands, do not want to make something really "out there" but Seiko does it, despite being massive! So, while I am not a fan (... 

“Bad” Maybe the wrong term; these are aimed at a different audience

 
 By: cazalea : June 17th, 2020-07:13
Though described as “men’s watches” I think they are catering to a Japanese subculture. Not interested! Mike ...  

Good grief - reminds me of the madness of some Swatches

 
 By: jml_watches : June 21st, 2020-15:14
That said still not tempted 🙄 Cheers JML

As a total outsider, what I find incredible is the enormous difference in quality within the same brand, from Seiko all the way to GS and Credor...But clearly, the model is quite successful.

 
 By: FabR : June 17th, 2020-07:37
These watches you are showing obviously cater to a very different (for money, taste, perhaps age, etc.) customer group...but I can understand how this is a marketing strategy that’s proven to work, for as long it doesn’t concern GS or Credor. This way the... 

Not for the NA market at all; related to a cartoon JOJO but in case you want to dream, :-) here you go!

 
 By: cazalea : June 17th, 2020-14:57
NOTE: If you look like any of these characters, please refrain from posting any personal images... Here's the link to the special page (you can see how the watches fit the characters above) This one is a real headscratcher - digital numeral font on an aut...  

Very Colorful and Interesting!

 
 By: John-E-Mac : June 17th, 2020-17:37
I may not be the target audience. I may not buy one. However, I appreciate that Seiko is producing products that could bring new blood into the watch world. Maybe one of those initial buyers will explore Seiko as a brand and move up the food chain with an... 

I remember the first time I saw a leopard Rolex Daytona. I thought, WTF! But then age and constant exposure to this site relaxed my senses a bit and before I knew it I was appreciating gem set watches. These wild designs are still not for me but ..

 
 By: Echi : June 17th, 2020-19:50
.. I can understand why they exist and where they fit. Seiko might not even be Seiko if they stopped venturing out design wise. Variety and volume in whatever shape or form is part of their DNA. Seiko Galante, anyone? Good post, btw, as it gives our taste... 

Superb watches. Brilliantly done.

 
 By: gerald.d : June 18th, 2020-23:25
It's easy to mock that which we choose not to understand, but rarely does such willful ignorance reflect well on those that do the mocking. Incidentally, I have a full set of Seiko JDM 1980's catalogues that I've just flicked through to double check what ...