Here is a Seiko 5 that was released recently. The black/blue bezel and case design remind me of the Rolex GMT master. Of course, it is a Seiko 5 powered by the 4R36 movement.
Here are some pictures.
Here’s an aviator style Seiko 5 that was released recently. It comes with slide rule bezel and features a red tipped “aircraft” second hand. It is powered by the 4S36 movement with hack and handwind feature.
Here are a few pictures of the SRP615K.
Among the new Seiko 5 models released recently is the SRP605K shown above. There are several colour variants but this blue dialed model seems to be the nicest among them all. It has a matching blue bezel and the outline on the hands and hour marker are gold. A nice colour combination in my opinion.
This model is powered by the 4R36 movement. Here is a quick photo review:
Saw a couple of new Seiko 5 models in the local market including the SRP625K shown above. This watch is powered by the 4R36 movement and has a matte finished case. It is pretty big at 44mm excluding crown. Unlike other Seiko 5’s of this size, this one does not seem to have an over-sized minute chapter ring. It looks proportional to the size of the watch.
Here are some pictures of the SRP625K.
Here is a military inspired Seiko 5 that was released a few months ago. Its large minute chapter ring reminds me of the 7S36 model (SNZG07J, SNZG09J, etc) from several years back. This watch however, has a bigger crown for hand winding since it is powered by the 4R36 instead of the 7S36 movement.
Saw two new Seiko 5 models at K2 this weekend. Shown above is the SRP541K with compass bezel, knurled crown and straight end bracelet.
Seiko released a pair of limited edition Seiko 5’s recently. They are SRP507 and SRP509. This pair features black with red and black with yellow colour combinations respectively. They come with rotating bezel and are powered by the 4R36 movement. The bezel is made using a combination of steel and plastic.
It is not known how many pieces were produced for each model as they are not numbered in the “001/XXX” format.
Here are a few quick shots of the SRP509J.