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- Men's Prospex Orange Samurai Divers Watch
- One Way Rotating Elapsed Timing Bezel
- Automatic-self-wind Movement
- Case Diameter: 44mm
- Diver’s 200m (660ft) watch: in general, suitable for high-impact water sports and scuba diving at depths not requiring mixed-gas
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|Dial window material type||Hardlex|
|Clasp Type||Fold-Over Clasp with Single Push-Button Safety|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||44 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||12.8 millimetres|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||22 millimetres|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Water Pressure Resistance||660 Feet|
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The story of Seiko began in 1881, when a 22 year old entrepreneur, Kintaro Hattori, opened a shop selling and repairing watches and clocks in central Tokyo. Today, after more than 130 years of innovation, Kintaro Hattori’s company is still dedicated to the perfection that the founder always strove to achieve.
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Have to comment on the orange dial - does look very similar to the amazon pics, i'll try and load up some pics later and provide an update on the watch one worn for a week or 2.
After a few weeks wearing this - it has grown on me, quirks and all. I line up the bezel by a half turn, so not perfect, but that overcomes the alignment issue without too much fuss. The fit is great - quite chunky and robust - but due to the short lugs doesn't feel huge. The orange dial is a matte colour - and super clear. I even read someone thought the colour was salmon-like in some light (in natural light I can see what they mean) So there is it "The Salmon Samurai!"
So 4 stars overall, 1 star off due to the bezel.
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Small downside, the indices are not perfectly aligned with the chapter ring and the bezel is not dead on, but I can live with it.
No comment on the movement, I am not a movement guy and can't tell the difference when the watch is running. Also, I have not worn the bracelet, I wanted to immediately wear it, so I threw it on a BluShark nato and it remains there.
Long story, early in 2017, I wanted a nicer watch to wear for the rare business casual days for work and my G-shock did not fit the bill. I found the orange monster (which I almost bought back in 2008 and found again in 2017) and could not live without it. I understand that the monster is not a "dress watch" but I was tumbling down the rabbit hole headfirst. however, I was one year too late. The normally $200 watch was $500 plus! I got in on a halloween orange monster for $225 (now is $500+), but it did not complete the mission. It was not a real "orange monster." Then I went down the slippery slope of cheaper automatic divers (skx009, orient ray II, Phoibos wavemaster, seiko orange mohawk [on order]) and they did not solve the problem...but I think this watch is nicer and more versatile than the Orange Monster. It looks more grown-up and serious but that orange helps me stay grounded and "keeps it real."
so if you wanted an orange monster, maybe this is something for you to fill that void in your life...also, when the price was hovering around $300...I couldn't say no.
And don't let people scare you about the "pin and collar" system in the band. You still push the pin out like normal, but there is a small collar in the center part of the link. Just make sure you put the small collar back in the same hole in the center part of the link before re-inserting the pin. I do not know why people make it sound more difficult than it is.
I have a collection of Tag Heuer watches at each cost >$1,000, and this is now steady in rotation. Great value.
Update: Not all stainless steel is made equal and, with that said, the steel of this watch seems cheap, scratches easily, and the aluminum insert on bezel is easily damaged.
Wears small, which is great as this watch is nearly 44mm. Love it! Love that it isn’t copying Rolex. It’s a true seiko design and iconic in its own right.
I’ve attached a photo of when the hands are in the “rocket ship” position.