New Seiko 200m Shrouded Divers – SRP639K and SRP641K

SRP369K

Saw the new Seiko 200m shrouded divers at K2. They are similar to the Baby Tuna (or Sardine as they call it) model that was discontinued a while ago. The main difference besides the hands is the metal shroud which I think is much better than the plastic one.

I saw three variants and here are some quick and dirty cellphone pictures of two of them – SRP639K and SRP641K. The third model, SRP637K will be in my next post.

SRP369K_1

SRP369K_2

SRP369K_3

SRP369K_4

SRP369K_5

SRP369K_7

SRP369K_8

SRP369K_9

SRP369K_10

SRP369K_12

SRP369K_11

SRP641K

SRP641K_1

SRP641K_2

SRP641K_3

SRP641K_4

SRP641K_5

SRP641K_8

SRP641K_6

SRP641K_7

Here’s a link to the Baby Tuna.

https://yeomanseiko.com/2012/02/18/seiko-4r36-diver-regular-edition-srp231k/

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18 thoughts on “New Seiko 200m Shrouded Divers – SRP639K and SRP641K

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  3. Hi, I have a 231K and I love it except for the plastic shroud. Are there any other differences except the 641K hands and the shroud? Is it the same movement etc? I am trying to decide whether to upgrade!

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  4. Hi Thomas,

    I handled the black and yellow one while at K2 to send my samurai for servicing.
    The metal shroud makes all the difference.
    A really nice one, with a nice price.

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  5. I have seen the SRP639K1 being worn with a seiko steel bracelet. Would you know from where to purchase it? Online pref from a spore based website. Thanks.

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