Seiko Dive Watches
In the wonderful world of Grand Seiko, if it’s not using a quartz crystal – and, yes, that includes the Spring Drive – then inside is a Caliber 9S movement. Introduced in 1998, the Caliber 9S is the staple of all mechanical Grand Seikos and forms the base for everything from humble three-handers to hi-beats and GMTs. This year, Grand Seiko are celebrating the 20th birthday of the 9S with – in addition to quite a few other LEs – the release of the Grand Seiko Blue Ceramic Hi-Beat GMT “Special” Limited Edition.
The Seiko Prospex SSC021 Solar Chronograph diver’s watch is a fantastic deal in this price range. Prospex is Seiko’s line of premium watches, and they are all absolutely gorgeous, high quality timepieces. Finding one for under $200 is quite the steal.
Featuring solar battery charging (never worry about replacing a battery!), chronograph functions, 200m(660ft) water resistance, and a unidirectional timing bezel, the SSC021 comes with everything you need in a diver’s tool watch.
The Seiko Prospex (standing for Professional Specifications) are notorious for being some of the best tool watches around, with the collection including two dozen serious divers resistant from 200m to 1,000m deep.
Since 1965, the Seiko Diver’s Watch has graced the wrist of many divers around the world. Over the years, Seiko’s reputation has soared in tandem with its various innovations. There were many firsts for Seiko when it comes to Divers’ Watch: first Titanium Diver’s Watch, first Diver’s Watch with a ceramic outer case, as well as the first Nitrox Dive Computer Watch.
The Seiko Prospex SRP777 Dive Watch has quickly become the darling of Instagrammers, desk-divers, and general sport watch enthusiasts since its release late last year. No other brand manages to offer a better sport watch for less of your hard-earned money, and Seiko wisely builds upon the success of each model generation, evolving their product to reflect their ability, history, technology, and core strengths.
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According to where you plan on diving, chances are that you will wear a wetsuit or, in some cases, even a dry suit. Both increase your wrist size substantially, which is why a dive watch usually features a deployment clasp with a divers’ extension, or even comes with an extra strap piece that can be attached to the strap buckle when worn over a dry suit (e.g. the unique Citizen Promaster 1000). A regular clasp extension usually doesn’t add enough length in those instances.