This time round, I had the opportunity to handle the Seiko 5 Compressor. I have seen pictures of this watch popping up here and there on the Internet but I never saw it at the shops that I frequent. Recently, parallel imports arrived and I finally saw them In the flesh. Black dial variant in this post is SRPB27J and blue dial variant is SRPB25J. Continue reading →
This time round I had the opportunity to check out the Seiko SPB069, a limited edition Presage model with blue enamel dial. It is an international model that is limited to 1500 pieces. According to the information on Seiko’s website, this watch is inspired by night sky and Japanese culture of admiring the moon that started since ancient times. Continue reading →
I managed to get hold of the Seiko Presage Cocktail Time, SSA363J “Sakura Hubuki” for photo taking. This watch is limited to 3500 pieces and is basically the same watch as the earlier model with sunburst dial except it has a different dial texture. I have reviewed one of the sunburst dial models (link at the bottom of this post) so this post will be a quick photo review of the Sakura Hubuki model. Continue reading →
This time round, I am looking at a recraft model from Seiko. This model was released in Singapore in November/December 2017. There are several variants and I managed to get three of them for this post. They are the SRPC13K (ss case with blueish green dial), SRPC15K (black case with black dial), and SRPC16K (gold case with brown dial). There are at least two more variants not shown in this post. Continue reading →
This time round, I had the opportunity to handle the 6R15 version of the 62MAS reissue. This is a local specimen and hence the model number is SPB051J. The model number in Japan is SBDC051. It was released along with the SBDX019 in 2017. Continue reading →
This time round I had the opportunity to look at a new diver from Seiko. People have already nicknamed it “Mini Turtle”. This variant I have on hand is a PADI version, SRPC41K. It was released in Singapore in December 2017 along with three regular editions – SRPC35K (black dial with bracelet), SRPC37K (black dial with rubber strap), SRPC39K (blue dial with rubber strap).
It has been years since I last posted a Seiko 5 on this blog. Therefore, this time round, I am posting one and it is one which I like and would recommend. Being a Seiko 5, there are many colour variants of this watch and the variant I have on hand is the SRPB19K. Continue reading →