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Seiko King Samurai SRPE33K $599 Shipped @ Starbuy

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Seiko Prospex Automatic Divers Mens Watch Save The Ocean 2019 King Samurai Special Edition SRPE33K. Manta Ray Series Blue Face, Stainless Steel Case and Bracelet with Sapphire Glass with anti-reflective coating on the inner surface and a 4R35 movement. The SRPE33K1 features a screw case back, screw lock crown with a Special edition Case Back.

Featues:

Calibre Specifications

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

Case Specifications

Water Resistance - Diver's 200 Metres
Case Material - Stainless Steel
Case Size - 43.8 x 12.8MM
Case colour - Steel
Band/Bracelet Type - Stainless Steel
Band/Bracelet colour - Steel
Glass Type - Sapphire Crystal with anti-reflective inner surface
Crown Type - Screw Down
Rotating Bezel - One Way

LAYOUT SPECIFICATIONS

Dial Colour: Blue & Black
Calendar Indicators - Date with Cyclops
Lumibrite - Hands & Hour Markers and Bezel
Dial Markers - Batons

FEATURES

Hand Winding
Timer - On Bezel
Screw Case Bac

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closed Comments

  • +1 vote

    This is a good deal. Not as good as the recent new alpinist ones with 6r35 but 4r is not as bad as people say it is.

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    Go sumo, got a newer and better movement that holds upto 70 hrs.

    • +1 vote

      I have quite small wrists and can manage a Samurai, but not a Sumo. I’ve seen this dial in person and it is absolutely stunning.

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        its 43.5 and 13 thick so… my triton measures the same on paper but i think this will wear way larger

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      Lowest I’ve seen the sumo is around $800. Looking forward to delivery of this one. Sumo does look nice and would look good on my 7.5 inch wrist though

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        It looks much smaller than measurement suggests. Like many review noted - whilst heavy, sits nicely on wrist with weight well distributed.

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    Nice watch, but I still can't believe Seiko can't get alignment issues right with the prices they are charging now.. even the display image is a little off.

    • +3 votes

      I agree, i found Citizen are made with more care and attention to detail.

      Who else on the planet can make a [non GPS/RADIO] watch that loses 1sec. A YEAR, stunning result Citizen!

      Mind you my daily wear is a Orient!

      • +1 vote

        Yes, I have 2 seikos right now, I did have a Samurai before but sold that on because I wasn't happy with the alignment. I am really keen on the Citizen Chronomasters - they would make such a great 'set-and-forget' watch!

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    Still can't decide on a Steel bracelet for my Alpinist SPB123J…..