This time round, I had the opportunity to handle the new Seiko Prospex Mobile Suit Gundam 40th Anniversary limited edition divers – SLA029J1 and SLA031J1. They are based on the Emperor Tuna which has a water resistance of 1000m. Continue reading →
This time round I had the opportunity to handle the yellow Seiko Prospex diver SRPD15K, a limited edition released in Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei, Hong Kong and Macau. This watch is also called the Yellow Butterfly Fish by the watch community. Continue reading →
This time round I had the opportunity to check out the Seiko Urushi Byakudan-nuri Limited Edition Presage model, SPB085J1. This watch comes with a lacquer dial created using traditional and the Byakudan-nuri techniques. The colours scheme is inspired by the colour of the sky and moon at dawn. Continue reading →
I usually look at automatic watches but this time round, I’m taking a look at a shrouded solar diver by Seiko. This is a fairly recent release that comes in three variants. As far as I know, there is a similar model known as SBDN045 but it has different dial, bezel and it is from a different series.
It has been a while. This time round, I am reviewing a Seiko Presage chronograph that I bought in February 2018. This is an international edition with model number SRQ025J. I believe it is the same watch as the SARK011 in the Japanese market. Continue reading →
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 →