This time round, I would like to feature the above Seiko Superior which I felt deserved some attention from Seiko fans. I first saw this model in the market in February 2010. I believe it was released around that time.
Here’s a quick photo review and some notes by me.
It is water resistant to 200m but not a ISO diver as evidenced by the inscription “200m” instead of “Diver’s 200m” on the dial.
The lines on the dial remind me of this kind of aluminium office curtain when the flaps are closed.
From the side profile shots, you can see that the bezel and crown guard are made of plastic.
Since it is not an ISO diver, there is no tsunami logo on its caseback. It is equipped with a screw in crown though.
It has solid endlinks and a set of standard spring bars instead of the thick ones found on the ISO divers.
Bracelet comes with push button flip lock and catch. No dive suit extension.
This watch is distributed in Singapore by Seiko distributor, Thong Sia Group. Price shown below is for reference only. I am not a watch seller.
Diameter : 48mm including crown
Lug width: 22mm
Lug to lug: 50mm
Seiko Superior SKZ273K featured in this post is provided by:
483 Sims Avenue,
Tel: 6273 3355 Fax: 6278 8929