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Seiko PADI Edition Turtle Prospex Automatic Divers Mens Watch SRPA21K - $379.05 Delivered @ Starbuy eBay

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PUSH5

Been on the lookout for a divers watch. Really interesting pricing finally!

(Bear in mind this is an automatic watch)

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Calibre Specifications
Calibre Function - Analogue - 3 Hands
Calibre Accuracy - +45 -35 seconds a DAY (at normal temperature range (5℃ and 35℃)
Calibre Display - Analogue

Case Specifications
Water Resistance - Diver's 200 Metres
Case Material - Stainless Steel
Case Size - 45MM
Case colour - Silver
Band/Bracelet Type - Bracelet - Stainless Steel
Band/Bracelet colour - Silver
Band Reference - M0EV631J0
Glass Type - Hardlex
Crown Type - Screw-Down

LAYOUT SPECIFICATIONS
Dial Colour - Blue
Hand Indicators - Hour, Minute, Seconds
Calendar Indicators - Date, Day Of The Week
Lumibrite - Hands & Markers
Dial Markers - Batons

FEATURES
Hand Winding
Timer - On Bezel

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closed Comments

  • +8 votes

    All these watch deals as of lately… hits me right in the nostalgias….

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    Does the red bends panic section mean prepare the hyperbaric chamber?

    • +4 votes

      no some people use the red section to time when parking meter is due to run out.

    • +1 vote

      If deep diving using normal air tanks, you need to wait for 15 minutes every 100 feet [~ 30 meters,] to allow your pressure to match that of the water you are in, otherwise you get a very nasty and sometimes fatal disease called " the bends", where your blood and other body fluids turn into soda water.

      Even doing this, you can get narcolepsy, where counting numbers becomes a bit harder. The red makes it easy to figure when you have waited long enough even then.

      It's why many divers consider a digital "diving watch" no such thing.

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    any comment on the accuracy of these?
    the +45 -35 seconds a DAY bothers me. i really don't want to be out 5min every other week.

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      use your phone.. you wont be out 5 mins

    • +1 vote

      I wear a Seiko automatic from the 1970s. It was about 5 mins slow every week until I wore it into the ocean and got salt water in it. I got it serviced (its only ever service) and now it runs about 10mins fast every week. It really isn't a bother if it runs fast. Running slow was mildly annoying but for me it is far more annoying to have watch run down or stop due to a dead battery.

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        I'm with you, fast is ok, it's the slow when you're catching public transport, meetings, etc.
        The dead battery & the subsequent cost to replace is why I'm after an auto/solar.

        I haved a cheap solar casio and after ~1yr it's less the 1min out. I've scratched the face up & it is butt ugly, but it is practical. I wish Citizen would do one similar (with eco-drive & those colours) with day/date too.

    • +2 votes

      Typically its much better than the specs. They are worst case numbers.

      I've got a 4R36 watch(same movement as the one above) and a 6R35, both have been running non-stop for 2+ months and both are around 3 minutes fast with no adjustment.
      Pretty sure you can get it regulated to improve accuracy if you noticed it running too fast/slow.

  • +2 votes

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