What would be your favorite Seiko?

Nov 30, 2018,06:45 AM
 

Let's see what members of WatchProSite
consider to be their favorite Seiko
This one is for me not only for it's aesthetic reasons and
great dial but also for emotional reasons



Please share yours and sorry Mike only one smile
Cheers
D

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That one is my favorite too.

 
 By: zabreg1 Mr White : November 30th, 2018-07:06
That blue email dial is gorgeous.

Agreed [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-09:33

By far my GS Hi-beat

 
 By: Watchlover78 : November 30th, 2018-07:31
Watchlover78 ...  

Nice [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-09:33

The presage Enamel would be my fav from the serie .

 
 By: Watchonthewrist : November 30th, 2018-08:49
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Question is what's your favorite Seiko

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-10:10
Cheers

Only one!

 
 By: jml_watches : November 30th, 2018-09:59
Hi Has to be the Urushi if it's just one. Cheers JML ...  

A classic

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-10:12
Cheers D

I only have one. And it’s blue.

 
 By: Arie - Mr Orange : November 30th, 2018-10:20
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cool pic my dear friend [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-12:06

wellll....ok :-) [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-12:06

This one (SLA 017)

 
 By: descartes1 : November 30th, 2018-11:52
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Nice! [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : November 30th, 2018-12:06

Thanks! I really think it’s quite cool

 
 By: descartes1 : November 30th, 2018-12:16
For anyone who likes vintage (60’s) style dive watches it checks many boxes.

ONLY ONE?

 
 By: cazalea : November 30th, 2018-13:05
If I can only nominate one, then this is it: Seiko Samurai titanium case blue dial, shark strap Light weight, great visibility Interesting case shape and easy-to-operate crown Traditional 7S25 automatic movement Substantial presence without unnecessary fr...  

Aficionados choice

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-01:11
Cheers Mike aka Cazalea

Too hard! Maybe a GS? (nt) [nt]

 
 By: Ronald Held : November 30th, 2018-13:31

Which one? [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-00:48

Take your time Ronald [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-12:28

Vanpnly? [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 2nd, 2018-13:26

Ok I just learned something new

 
 By: Mr Green : December 3rd, 2018-13:23
Vanpnly means Seiko only

LOL! [nt]

 
 By: reintitan : December 7th, 2018-04:16

So far the SARB033 is the most worn Seiko in my collection.

 
 By: jomni1 : November 30th, 2018-17:48
Versatile. Discrete. Great construction. Rare. The Poor Man’s Grand Seiko. ...  

Well described well choosen

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-00:45
Cheers D

Probably this one.

 
 By: fernando : November 30th, 2018-19:50
cheers fernando ...  

I really like that one

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-00:24
Cheers

Cool choice prijatelju! [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 1st, 2018-00:23

We are always ok with vintage :)

 
 By: Mr Green : December 2nd, 2018-01:27
Cheers great choice

I like this but its not a Seiko.

 
 By: tophotdog : December 1st, 2018-19:42
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skx 7&9

 
 By: Echi : December 1st, 2018-20:48
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There can be only one :);)

 
 By: Mr Green : December 2nd, 2018-01:28
Cheers mate

Let’s see...

 
 By: KMII : December 2nd, 2018-04:27
Not an easy question but if I take it that you exclude Grand Seiko and Credor from the way you phrased your question, then it would have to be this: The SCVL002 aka 6810-8000. A hand wound, ultra thin watch from 1992, with Seiko’s thinnest mechanical move...  

Yup [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 2nd, 2018-10:13

Thanks a lot, Jomni!

 
 By: KMII : December 2nd, 2018-09:48
Less is more

That's a tough question....

 
 By: benlee338 : December 2nd, 2018-05:53
Either my SBGA103 springdrive of the Hi-Beat SBGH-267.

Sure...

 
 By: benlee338 : December 5th, 2018-04:23
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Lovely [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 5th, 2018-04:32

Hehehe looks like rules are here

 
 By: Mr Green : December 5th, 2018-23:10
just to be broken

SLA025

 
 By: Mark : December 5th, 2018-19:45
In a metal concert. ...  

Thanks for input [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 5th, 2018-23:10

SBEX007 (1968 300m diver reissue)

 
 By: reintitan : December 7th, 2018-04:11
The Seiko Grammar of Design is so infused in this watch. The 1968 original was when the Japanese diver came into its own with their own style recognizable even today. Monocoque case, crown at 4 o'clock, sculpted lugs. This watch takes the original and the...  

Great choice with perfect explanation.

 
 By: Mr Green : December 7th, 2018-06:59
Regards D

My two below, especially given my love for...

 
 By: GLau : December 7th, 2018-05:20
enamel dials ! ...  

Cool choices but which one

 
 By: Mr Green : December 7th, 2018-06:56
Cheers D

If I must choose, then the....

 
 By: GLau : December 7th, 2018-07:07
Shippo !

Great!! [nt]

 
 By: Mr Green : December 7th, 2018-08:48

Today I would say it is this one....

 
 By: xxcesar : December 7th, 2018-12:18
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