Here are some pictures of the Seiko SRP641K. Together with the other variants, they are currently the hottest Seiko divers in the market. I see them on my Facebook feeds everyday without fail.
Everyone should know this watch by now so here are the photos.
This is a collaboration between Seiko and Japanese film director and writer, Mr. Hirotsugu Kawasaki. There are three models in this series and they have generated quite a bit of interest here in Singapore, particularly the model shown above (SRP643K).
For those who didn’t get them, I am pleased to share with you some pictures of the watches, as well as the box and printed material.
Last week, I had the opportunity to put my SRP385J next to a SARX019 (watch on the right in the above picture). These two watches have similar looking case and both come with leather strap with deployant buckle. The differences are:
SARX019 vs SRP385J
– 6R15 vs 4R36 movement
– Curved sapphire crystal vs flat sapphire crystal
– enamel dial vs regular white dial
– Blue hands vs black hands
Here is the other variant of the vintage style Seiko that I mentioned in my previous post. This model is based on the hidden lugs model that was released last year (link at the bottom of this post). Main difference is that it does not a faceted crystal. A curved crystal is used instead.
Here are some pictures.
Seiko released two vintage style models using the 7S26C last year (links at the end of this post). This year, they released a few more variants based on the two models. These variants come with different dial designs and straps. There are also some minor differences which I shall highlight in this post.
Seiko released a number of shrouded Prospex watches recently (Kinetic diver, chronograph and 4R36 diver). Here is a one that I did not post pictures here when it was released several months ago. I remember three variants were released of which two were limited editions. This is the regular edition which is still in production.
It is powered by the V175 solar chronograph movement. This is the same movement found in the popular solar chronograph diver (SSC017).
Here are some quick pictures of the watch:
Seiko’s SARG series has been quite well received by Seiko fans. I personally own the SARG007 and SARG009. Here’s the latest in the SARG series, the SARG017.
The design of this model reminds me of the Sports 150 watches that Seiko made during the “SQ” era. This watches usually have bezel with slim insert, slim hour markers and hands.
Here are two examples I found from my own site.