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Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Seiko quietly added a new version of its new Prospex 200M Diver watch with the reference SBDB017 and SBDB018 models recently. What’s interesting for me is that this is among the rare occasions that Seiko has used one of its higher-end Spring Drive movements in an otherwise mid-range collection. Even the basic three-hand version of this generation Prospex 200M Diver costs about $1,000 so this is no slouch collection, but with the Spring Drive movement inside, these SBDB017 and SBDB018 watches are near the top of ladder for these favored tool watches. While it isn’t an official name used by Seiko, as new dive watches styles from the brand often get an informal nickname, this current generation Seiko Prospex 200M watch case is sometimes known as the “Transocean.”

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

We’ve seen Seiko use Spring Drive movements in Marinemaster collection models, but as far as I know, this is the first time a Seiko Spring Drive GMT movement has been used in mid-range collection. For the most part, you see the in-house-made Seiko caliber 5R66 Spring Drive GMT movement in Grand Seiko models. The 5R66 movement is accurate to one second per day and has 72 hours of power reserve, being powered by a traditional mainspring with a quartz regulation system. Functions here include the time, date, power reserve indicator, and of course, GMT hand. If you haven’t played with a Spring Drive movement in the past, what you’ll really be impressed with the first time around is just how smooth the “gliding” seconds hand is.

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

When I was in Japan a few months ago, it was impossible to not see a variety of these new Seiko Prospex 200M watches in various forms. This newly updated collection has a very aggressive design and a large 45mm-wide case. Thick dimensions and strong angular lines define the case, while the dial is a mixture of elements we’ve seen in popular Seiko dive watches from the past, distilled and emulated in a new form for this fresh collection.

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Seiko offers the Prospex 200M in a few case materials and movements. These SBDB017 and SBDB018 models have titanium cases with the latter being coated in both black and rose gold tones. The chunky rotating diver’s bezels are in black ceramic. This is easily one of the most futuristic-looking mainstream dive watches Seiko has produced to date. I have to admit that when I first saw the collection in pictures I wasn’t overly impressed with them, but after putting them on my wrist I gained a lot more appreciation for the design and the comfort of the case. The Seiko Prospex 200M Transocean is simply one of those watches you need to put on to appreciate.

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

I think it is a good thing that Seiko is (albeit lightly) democratizing the Spring Drive movement. The brand has sort of gone back and forth with how they want to present their most impressive in-house movement technology. In any event, whether they put it in a ritzy Grand Seiko or a more pedestrian dive watch, the Spring Drive movements are high-end enough to merit $3,000-plus prices. Even so, in watches like this, you get a Spring Drive for a relative bargain.

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Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

This particular version of the Seiko Prospex 200M GMT is the reference SBDB018, and it comes in a slightly flashy black with rose gold tone middle case and dial accents. Legibility is pretty good under the flat AR-coated sapphire crystal. The red makes a lot of sense from a legibility standpoint, but I think this watch would have been a bit more refined looking with a bit less red (just a personal preference). As a GMT watch, there are 24-hour markers on the sloped flange ring, and the date window does not remove any of the hour markers, making for solid symmetry. Good use of black date discs on the black dials, Seiko… Seiko’s proprietary Lumibrite lume is used on the dial (for a likely positive luminant effect).

Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT Watch Hands-On Hands-On

Pretty slick-looking, these SBDB017 and SBDB018 watches are nevertheless “luxury-priced” meaning that they will be for the serious enthusiasts only. On the plus side, these are going to be excellent sport watches with a very accurate movement and very real durability. On the negative side, only a few people are going to know the value of the watch and these can easily be mistaken for something a fraction of the price. Let’s just chalk this one up to “stealth wealth.” Retail price for the Seiko Prospex 200M Spring Drive GMT reference SBDB017 and the reference SBDB018 is $3,700 each. seikowatches.com

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  • ??????

    Striking watch: aggressive geometry reminding Nissan GTR/Lexus LFA, rose gold tones over blackened titanium, spiky hands and red accents. This all gives a great sporty look. What I don’t like is glaring rose gold crown – I would prefer it in blackened titanium – same as used for main case parts. Anyway, this new line provides the easiest ways to enjoy great Spring Drive caliber: since middle-range Seikos are usually sold at 70-75% of MSRP this
    brings us to 2.5-2.8k for this Prospex Transocean when everything
    settles down. Not bad at all.

  • A_watches

    This is 3.5x the price of the SBDC041, which looks very similar but without the spring drive and GMT function. Seems rather rich from Seiko!

    • ??????

      LOL! You are right

      • A_watches

        doesn’t half confuse customers Seiko, essentially only replacing the cheapo 6r15 movement with the 5R66 and charging more than triple the price, look at that rubbish clasp, does it really belong on a 3.7k watch! Can you think of any watch manufacturer ever doing that. They need a lesson from Rolex.

        BTW, I do appreciate Seiko, its just they release some random watches sometimes which hurts their overall image.

        • ??????

          Well, Prospex are never sold at MSRP, usually at 70%, but even at 2.7k this doesn’t look fine! They have really just taken cheaper model and replaced the caliber… Nonsense. Even if take Seiko – you may take some Grand Seiko at this price point which would be finished MUCH better than this model. Need to update my comment below…

        • ??????

          For instance, their newest 9F-based Grand Seiko are sold at 2.7k at Rakuten:

    • Bert Kanne

      Seiko is on a roll coming out with more models that are expensive but don’t look it. Good theft prevention…

  • Chaz

    Quite frankly, this an embarrassment, IMO.

    That gmt hand looks like it came from a cheap spare parts bin and they’re asking nearly $4k??!

    I’d rather pay UP to get a GS. Maybe it’s time for a shakeup in the marketing dept?

    • Shinytoys

      gotta get one on your wrist…I believe you would “feel” the value 🙂

      • JimBob

        Well, it’s titanium, so it’ll feel like a toy watch, or like you forgot to put your watch on.

        • Shinytoys

          way to grasp the concept of the comment…brilliant.

          • JimBob

            Don’t forget to tip your waitress. I’ll be here all week and at Ceasar’s Palace from the 28th to the 30th.

          • Shinytoys

            cleaning toilets and stripping beds…

          • Shinytoys

            and don’t forget to the spit shine and knee guards for polishing all those knobs…

          • Shinytoys

            flipping rooms and cleaning toilets…bravo…don’t forget your kneepads and spit for the knob work…

    • Shinytoys

      Jethro.

  • IanE

    Brash and pricey. Shouty rather than stealth wealth!

  • SuperStrapper

    Does it come in another colorway? Nothing is more vomit inducing than gold and gloss red.

  • Marius

    According to the article: “Let’s just chalk this one up to “stealth wealth.” The term “stealth wealth” can be applied to brands such as Laurent Ferrier, Lange, Jaeger LeCoultre, or Breguet because although their watches are very expensive, most people have rarely heard of these brands. They are similar to bespoke tailors such as Huntsman, Anderson&Sheppard, or Antonio Panico.

    These Seikos, on the other hand, could be better desribed as “expensive poverty,” since most people will assume that these are $100 watches. What`s worse, they are not even Grand Seiko (although they are not that famous either), and I am not sure how well finished that spring drive is. In any case, if you like Seiko, for $3,000 I`d rather get a Grand Seiko quartz: it has a fantastic fit & finish, plus it uses the 9F movement, which is probably the best quartz caliber in the world.

    • SuperStrapper

      This spring drive movement is a better quartz caliber than the 9f. The 9f is among the best “traditional” quartz calipers I supposed, but this tech usurps them all.

      • iamcalledryan

        I agree. The 9f is fantastic, an adjustable and highly tuned thermocompensating beauty, but the SD technology and hybrid format is more compelling. The FPJ Elegante is a strong contender, more in terms of quirkiness and presentation (also keep an eye out for something coming from V Halter), and some of the ultra high frequency quartz movements are also super cool. But I’ve got to have a SD in my collection before I start walking that path. It needs to be a GS though…

        I am torn because I like what Ariel refers to as the democratization of the SD movement, but I also find it to be a little too shabbily dressed in this model. That said I would gladly take this over many of the ETA-vessels out there.

        • SuperStrapper

          There are some ‘unicorn’ offerings out there that involve quartz technologies, (the Elegant you mention, along with the Piaget 700P, etc) but when it comes to more grounded quartz technologies, I’d take a spring drive or a bulova UHF over a traditional quartz movement for sure.

        • JimBob

          I think Anata is still the best option for SD, but even there the detail quality is not quite up to the price point.

      • JimBob

        Er, well, better in what way? Regulation is much poorer than the 9f.

        • SuperStrapper

          Much? That’s a bit of a hyperbole, no?

          Regardless, a difference of a few seconds in accuracy will never weigh on a buying decision for me. I want my watches accurate, don’t get me wrong. but the accuracy delta between those movements is absolutely insignificant.

          • JimBob

            Every watch nerd should have a thermocompensated quartz. One is enough though.

            As for “much” I guess it depends on if you’re measuring in seconds, or sigma.

          • SuperStrapper

            Meh, thermocompensated isn’t accurate enough for me. I wear my atomically controlled whenever I need to schedule my time in fractions of seconds.

      • Marius

        I wouldn`t say that the Spring Drive usurps them all. I mean, my main problem with the spring drive is that traditional mechanical movements are starting to catch up really fast. The main selling point of the spring drive is the excellent accuracy of +/- 1 sec./day. That used to be great; however, the newer Rolex movements (especially the 3255 and the different versions) are accurate to within +/- 2 sec./day. Likewise, the newer Omega Metas calibers are also highly accurate: between 0 and +4 sec./day. And keep in mind that these are purely mechanical calibers. I agree that the spring drive is a interesting movement, but suddently, its accuracy is not as impressive as it used to be.

        • Ulysses31

          Seiko always underestimates accuracy. Some owners are reporting losses of seven hundredths of a second per day. It’s not hard to find threads like this, though this was the top result:

          http://forums.watchuseek.com/f9/accuracy-report-grand-seiko-spring-drive-124413-2.html

          • iamcalledryan

            Agreed. Also, I think accuracy is an upside of the SD, but the main selling point is the “spring” part; it’s a hybrid movement, one that enables the seconds hand to sweep smoother than a mechanical. It’s all about the quirky niche tech.

          • Ulysses31

            It’s mesmerising to behold that perfectly smooth sweep. Impressive too that it can have such a high power reserve for something that is constantly in motion, which seems counter-intuitive.

          • iamcalledryan

            Agreed – my understanding is that they have one more wheel than a traditional gear train and that the ratios are more aggressive. The glide wheel rotates 8 times per second. Long story short, you need a stronger spring and the electronic brakes are effectively a timing AND constant force mechanism. If you can forgive the circuitry it’s a masterpiece.

          • Ulysses31

            I sometimes wonder if they could do away with the circuitry completely, and just use a mechanical magnetic regulator that adjusts the distance of the magnet (and therefore its drag) by having a wheel that expands or contracts according to how fast it spins, like a centrifugal governor. Breguet used a regulator based on that principal but to control their sonnerie mechanism.

          • iamcalledryan

            Check out. The deBethune Resonique!

          • Ulysses31

            That looks like the future of watch making to me. Traditional escapements have served us well for centuries but they’re not perfect. I think it best not to get too overly attached to them to the point where we dismiss new ideas.

        • SuperStrapper

          Well, it’s accuracy is still jus as impressive. It’s just that as other calipers close in on the ratings, the numbers seem more common and less exotic.

          But, there is much more to consider than just raw accuracy. As I mentioned earlier, a difference of a few seconds means absolutely nothing and would never weigh into a buying decision.

        • JimBob

          The SD accuracy is just not very impressive compared to other quartz-regulated movements. For the price, they should really be a lot better. They are pricing them in the neighborhood of similarly accurate mechanical movements. You can’t blame them for trying, I guess.

  • duskyowl

    verrrrry niethhhh…. i laikkkkkk smexyyyyyy

  • Red as a color is the first to wash out underwater so the GMThand and markers arent much use while diving. Not a real big concern during a dive but still use of red is odd considering Seiko makes divers good for more than just desk diving. At least half of the GMT hours on the angled rehaut appears to be impossible to read at normal reading angles.

    Maybe the watch pulls the gold cases elements together but in the photos the gold hour markers look cheesy. The date at 4.30 with the crown at 4 o clock even looks mismatched to me.

    Very glad to see Spring Drive at these lower price points but this still seems like a lot based on the looks of this watch. Maybe Id like the other references, in other colorways, better.

    • BrJean

      What indication color considered as best for deep diving?

      • Ulysses31

        From some brief research, it appears that a neon yellow or green remains visible long before other colours, of which red is the worst choice, losing visibility in the shallowest waters. I guess red would end up looking black.

    • Ulysses31

      It looks to me like an attempt at being more blingy and fashionable at the expense of practicality, which might be a fair compromise considering most would never actually dive with this watch.

  • iamcalledryan

    I like spring drive movements, but this watch is far too clunky for me. It’s like a bucket full of oversized hands and markers.

    • frustin

      i like the stubby hands and markers, because it’s a thick chunky watch. i dont think it’s supposed to be delicate looking.

      • iamcalledryan

        I agree, and many other divers do it very well. The over extending counterbalances on the hands, and the length of the markers on this model however cause the dial to be too cluttered at the expense of clean legibility.

    • Pierre Savard

      OK but if you want a functional dive watch, clunky with oversized hands and markers is the way to go.

      • iamcalledryan

        I disagree, some of the most impressive mech divers are large, sturdy, legible, and strong, but not overcrowded. Executing a sports/diving watch with great design requires just as deft a touch as a dress watch. Sure you need to use larger and stronger components, but you need to balance them and not compete. Using a broad arrow is great, but to use that counterbalance on the minute hand is overkill. Likewise those lengthy and thick markers are great when alternated with something more subtle at the 5 and 10 min increments.

        I’m being quite critical of it because I think it came so close. Fascinating movement, great with a reserve indicator and GMT to boot.

        • JimBob

          I’d love a Spring Drive jammed into a Zlatoust Vodolaz. Pimpin!

          • iamcalledryan

            I had to google that monster – and even online it managed to poke me in the eye.

  • Borys Bozzor Pawliw

    Very pricey for a non Grand Seiko, but damn this is amazing looking and technically brilliant: intrinsic value is there and then some. Should be able to get a big discount to perhaps closer to 1/3 off later this year. That is most interesting…

  • DebugOutput

    Oversized hands and applied markers and generally oversized at 45mm (for me at least). Odd looking offset crown too. This really could be a $200 watch if I didn’t know better. I would like a Seiko spring drive watch as part of my collection, but I would argue as a watch lover that a watches brand and prestige matter and stealth wealth could end up looking like stealth stupidity in this case. I foresee the conversation going like this…
    Friend: “New watch?”
    Me: “Yeah, got it the other day”
    Friend: “Yeah, I used to own a Seiko as a kid”
    Me: “Oh right, well, this isn’t any Seiko, it’s very advanced, uses a patented in-house movement”
    Friend: “Oh yeah? Was it expensive then?”
    Me: “Quite a bit, over $3,000”
    Friend: “Holy crap, so it’s one of those flash mechanical watches then?”
    Me: “Well, it has a special system that uses a quartz with a mainspring”
    Friend: “You spent $3,000 on a quartz Seiko?”
    Me: “Yeah”
    Friend: “Oh.”
    Silence.

    • iamcalledryan

      LOL your friend needs an education in watches – that is YOUR job as a WIS.

      Dead seconds, multiple escapements, tourbillons, chronographs – it is UP TO US to carry and promote the legitimacy of these ridiculous but lovely things.

      • DebugOutput

        Haha, yes I agree with you, but preconception is a hard thing to get over. That is my struggle with Seiko, I admire their engineering, finish and ingenuity but I don’t really want my several thousand dollar watch to look like something sold by H.Samuel. It’s one thing people not knowing what my watch cost, it is another thing them assuming it is a cheap bit of kit. I know that probably sounds shallow, but its just how it is.

        • iamcalledryan

          I suggest you get something more pure-of-heart for now, build your rep among your peers as the undisputed Watch Guy, and then start upsetting the apple cart with your spring-driven heresy! There will come a time when you will quite enjoy disappointing and confusing (and converting one or two of) the layman!

    • ??????

      I am sorry – but it looks like talk of two noobs.

      • Dcf

        As always the haters have zero concept of what a springdrive is

  • I’m positive this watch is much more impressive on your wrist than in any of the pictures here. I had the same pleasant surprise when I got my Seiko Atlas. I was expecting a $250 worth of watch finish but the Atlas is way better finished. The watch reviewed here is nice, chunky and, with all those red details, pretty sporty looking as well while the GMT complication adds real value to it. Getting a Spring Drive at this price level is yet another (big!) bonus. Finally at this price level Seiko’s finishing leaves nothing to be desired. Maybe a bit expensive for a non Grand series but I would wear one nonetheless. Red warts and all 🙂

  • Ulysses31

    Red and gold isn’t a great look unless you’re Tony Stark. I’m not too keen on watches that have very obvious multi-part cases. Love the gold on the back though. Browsing the Japanese Seiko website, I can see several more attractive and lower-priced models i’d rather pick.

  • BNABOD

    I like SEIKO a lot and think that they offer a lot of good for the money. My marine master 300 is top notch but here I feel it is over the top. Gold black red is just too much. Nice to finally see a ceramic bezel though outside of the gs line. Not sure about the case same as the Transocean model and not sure if it interferes with the bezel grabbing and rotating

  • Dcf

    That’s how you properly do a 4:30 date

  • funNactive

    Very stealthy date display. More watches should implement this style.

  • As a mechanical watch snob (as I’m sure most of you are as well) the spring drive has never appealed to me. I get that technologically its impressive, but I don’t think Seiko is really aiming for the right market at the spring drive price point. That said, I’m so happy to see the addition of a GMT function on any watch. I just wrote a piece on the history and value of the GMT complication and I really believe it is the most useful complication you could have in a watch today.

    -Amateur Horologist

    Check out- https://amateurhorologist.wordpress.com/

    • JimBob

      Yeah, the prices on the SD units seem nuts.

  • Garrin Fraze

    I hate reading these articles because they get me super excited about a watch and then I see the price at the bottom and it reminds me what I’ve known as I was reading the article; that I can’t afford it.

  • Bruce Wang

    Damn good looking diver watch….my eyes are “broken financially”…..I am a huge fan from Seiko watches and this is the most beautiful one…..just not cool the price as always…..

  • cg

    Was recently checking out the local mall watch offerings and the Seiko dealer had totally revamped his cases with new Seiko merchandise. I was amazed at the total design redo across different Seiko lines. Maybe I haven’t been keeping up with Seiko. Anyway this is an interesting watch; size is fine for me and would like to see the spring drive in motion, in person. As a diver this watch is missing a few key features. The divers bezel should have a 15 minute segment clearly marked with a contrasting color. The legibility of just larger hash marks is not enough, it is so subtle it’s almost camouflage. As a diver I do not want to have to decipher stylistic artifice to get the information I may need immediately. And if it was up to me, the arrowhead is on the wrong hand.

  • Chris Albanese

    Love it…is it JDM only? Is it being sold anywhere right now? Could not find it anywhere on the Internet. Hmm Rolex GMT for 13k or Seiko spring drive GMT for 3700? Rolex invented the complication and Seiko perfected it. I must have this to replace my sold SBGE001.

  • Michael Yaquinto

    WOW! I am not really into black watches but this is stunning!

  • TrevorXM

    It is a very nice watch and all, but I simply cannot get over the associations I have with the SEIKO name. Seiko is a gold-plated quartz watch you buy in a strip mall jewellery store. Seiko is a plastic digital kid’s watch he gets for his birthday. Seiko is a cheap rip-off of a Squale 1521 case made in a Malaysia sweat shop and for decades a watch of dorks on internet boards who proclaim it as super accurate and the best dive watch in the world and better than anything Swiss. And on and on. Sorry, but I just can’t ever view a watch with the Seiko brand on the dial as a watch costing thousands of dollars.

    • A_watches

      You’ve been brainwashed by tgv my friend with the squale. yer but nothing worse than seiko fanboys with their blinkers on

  • funkright

    OMG!! I am giddy… Finally a new diver GMT spring drive from Seiko. I loved my Seiko Spring Drive 600M, but it was too damn thick 🙁 Been a while since a watch excited me like this one 🙂

  • IVA the LT

    To be honest, it doesn’t really look any nicer than my SUN023, maybe a little glossier lol.

    And while I personally find SD movements to be interesting, this seems to be getting into Grand Seiko ranges. Definitely can’t see how this piece would command an 6x price increase over the SUN023. Hard to see the value in it, which is disappointing because value is usually a Seiko strong point

  • Richard Baptist

    While I like this, I prefer the all black Seiko Tuna Spring drive.

  • Larry Holmack

    I love the rose gold and black combo…just don’t want or need yet another dive watch.

  • Tommer

    Does the bezel properly line up?

  • JimBob

    Gah! Seiko! Why won’t you make a Spring Drive watch for me? YOU’RE SO CLOSE. A two-tone pink and black puck for nearly $4k? And the bracelet side shot looks awful!

  • commentator bob

    If they could offer this in un-coated titanium in <= 42mm with a GMT bezel it would be very tempting.

    I don't know why Seiko and Omega have insisted on rediculous sizes for their new watches, do they think Rolex does not understand the maket?

  • HectorAsuipe

    Most attractive and practical Spring Drive yet (since the Land Master bullhead insisted on jamming the power reserve into the bottom left corner). Get it down tot he Land Master price of $3k and I’ll bite.

  • Monsieur Clowdee

    What are Seiko doing? I can’t be the only one that noticed that the ridge/high-point down the centre of the hour hand is just off perfectly centre. Uh-oh.

    • Ulysses31

      You may be correct. It looks weird. Only the ABTW team can tell us for sure; I can’t find any other pictures of it on other sites yet.

  • Han Cnx

    Ouch..I read through the article knowing that a big number was coming, but when I got there at the end it still hurt.. At that sort of money I’m thinking used Explorer II.

  • Is this one of those watches that is going to send Switzerland a message? I think it’s getting lost in translation.

    “only a few people are going to know the value of the watch and these can
    easily be mistaken for something a fraction of the price.”

    Yeah, it looks like something that costs about $600, because it should cost about $600. A Marine Master 300 costs around $2K and doesn’t feel the need to shout at you from across the room. This looks like Invicta wrapped up a deal with Marvel Comics.

    • TrevorXM

      Well said.

      I am SO TIRED of Seiko fanboys talking crap like “sending Switzerland a message”. Quite frankly, Switzerland got over Japanese watches around 1990-something and there’s no message that can be sent from them except one of desperation these days. THEY HAVE HAD THREE DECADES TO DO THAT AND HAVE FAILED UNTIL NOW??? Really?

      Look, Seiko has never seriously intended to compete head to head with Switzerland under its own brand name. It has ALWAYS been geared to cheap and cheerful watches for the mass consumer everywhere but in Japan. It is decided by a bunch of committee yes men corporate suits. And its Grand Seiko has ALWAYS been a snide Made In Japan answer for the Japanese market to Swiss watches for prideful Japanese buyers. And that’s the truth. Like it or not. Their only honest attempt to make a Japanese Japanese character/quality watch has been under the Eichi brand. Almost unknown and not promoted internationally. And their best mass produced movement is rarely if ever made in Japan at all and instead licensed secretly to Soprod as the A10-2 — when it SHOULD have been in quality Seikos all the time so they actually could have a really good automatic to compete with the Swiss. It’s all really ridiculous and added up, along with the long dismal history of Seiko in North America as a bottom feeder poseur mall brand, to why I have no respect for the brand name on a watch dial — when it should be otherwise.

      • Mark

        Jesus, switch to decaf. It’s just a brand, and it happens to be one you wouldn’t buy from. You act like Seiko just insulted your religion or something.

        • Shinytoys

          it’s clear as to which of the boys need to get laid…same crew everytime, couldn’t get any orange ruffy unless it was willed to them from their 90 year old aunt…love this blog…

  • Seb

    Looks cool.

  • Brandon

    Nice watch. Unfortunately, it seems Seiko is having a insecurity problem. 45mm-48mm etc.
    I’m not a rapper or a drug lord that needs these huge time pieces. Might as well get a pocket watch and call it a day.

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