Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby Racer-X » June 27th 2018, 9:39pm

"Two of Seiko’s hottest new dive watch releases for 2018 are inspired by a dive watch the company made in 1968 but in contemporary form.

The first, Prospex SPB077 is in stainless steel with a black bezel, black dial, and steel bracelet with a super hard coating designed to resist scratches. The second, Prospex SPB079 is in stainless steel with a blue bezel and a black rubber accordion strap."

https://www.professionalwatches.com/introducing-the-seiko-spb077-and-spb079-divers/
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby conjurer » June 27th 2018, 9:49pm

I never thought I'd post this about Seiko divers, but...

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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby MKTheVintageBloke » June 28th 2018, 3:16am

The SPB077 would be good, if it was 2-3 (ideally 4) mm smaller. The lugs appear to be fairly long, so the lug-to-lug distance is not going to be small.
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby 3Flushes » June 28th 2018, 6:20am

Feh

Hard to believe that they sell all of this stuff.
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby foghorn » June 28th 2018, 7:05am

More cutting edge stuff from the design team as the Dept. of Redundancy Dept.


Looking forward to the PADI version.
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby Falstaff » June 28th 2018, 7:25am

Wow - new Seiko divers that look like...every other Seiko diver.
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby bedlam » June 28th 2018, 7:33am

Swing and a miss :scratch:
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Re: Introducing the Seiko SPB077 and SPB079 Divers

Postby relaxer7 » June 28th 2018, 7:47am

Ever since they stuck a daft 'X' on the dial I've gone off Seiko
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