SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby SaoGage » May 26th 2018, 10:14am

Hey guys! As we approach summer I started to miss my Darth Tuna which was sold off a little while ago. I always appreciated the look and build quality of the watch, but it just sat a little too big on my wrist and it wore what I would call “awkward.” Started to desire its little brother, the SBBN035 and decided to go for it as a fun summer / water watch I don’t have to worry too much about. Just came in today and I’m quite pleased with it, it wears nicely and has a really nice sheen to it in direct light. Without further ado...

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And teh “loom” iz “rockkin”

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Happy Memorial Day weekend Lords!
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby conjurer » May 26th 2018, 10:19am

Nice! You continue to be the Seiko guy here!
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby Racer-X » May 26th 2018, 10:20am

Geez, that is badass. Congrats.
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby SaoGage » May 26th 2018, 11:14am

conjurer wrote:Nice! You continue to be the Seiko guy here!


Always John, they're my go to. Seiko will always be my first love, but I'm definitely interested in branching out and exploring other brands lately. Both my Damasko and Speedmaster remind me how many great watches and brands are out there, and my plan going forward is to round out my collection a little more.

Of course, if Seiko keeps releasing knockouts, that's gonna be tough... :scratch:
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby SaoGage » May 26th 2018, 11:15am

Racer-X wrote:Geez, that is badass. Congrats.


Thanks man! Yeah, it's really far on the "cool" end of the spectrum. I actually like how blingy it is for a blacked out watch, it's different than the usual matte pvd finish.
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby artman » May 26th 2018, 4:22pm

Very cool! You had me at ninja.
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby catnap » May 29th 2018, 2:28pm

Great lookin diver
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby svaglic » May 29th 2018, 5:14pm

Perfect for what you want it for and then some.
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Re: SBBN035 Ninja Tuna

Postby TemerityB » May 29th 2018, 8:43pm

Great photos, as always. Your cool factor never dims, my friend.
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