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Okay guyz... just found a pinoy website with details on the variants of the watches above. The model numbers for your reference.


Variants to the one on the left. All already available in various shops.
SRP409

SRP409K1


SRP411

SRP411K1


SRP413

SRP413K1


SRP415

SRP415K1


SRP417

SRP417K1


Variants to the one to the right. Not yet released.
SRP421

SRP421K1


SRP423

SRP423K1


SRP425

SRP425K1


SRP427

SRP427K1


SRP429

SRP429K1


SRP430- ROSE GOLD case edition

SRP430K1


Variants to the one in the middle, GMT BEZEL. Not yet release.
SRP431

SRP431K1


SRP433

SRP433K1


SRP435

SRP435K1


SRP437

SRP437K1


SRP438- Dual toned

SRP438K1


SRP440- All Gold

SRP440K1
 
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This could be a thread all on its own:
"WHO intends to change the seconds hands as soon as you get one of these models?"


ME!!!!!!

I mean, really Seiko: W T F ?????
 

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anyone hoping Seiko releases a new bad ass diver that just becomes an instant cult classic :p. Im not really feeling all these new Seiko 5, monster what have you variants.
 

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Recently picked up the SRP431 (SS) and must say that the "5" on the seconds hand doesn't bother me in the least as it soars over the dial's embossed globe. In fact I rather enjoy the vintage touches built into the "worldtime" airman/pilot theme... and yes, it's all functionally precise.

It's simply a very well designed and robustly executed timepiece. To each their own.

a few pics of mine on a chocolate leather strap.

Cheers all!

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EDIT: .. Just a quick note regarding it's mechanical accuracy for the first week.

After owning this piece for a brief time, I suspect this short-run edition had undergone some adjustments before leaving the factory. Mine's consistently running an average of +2 seconds daily out of the box. I'm rather impressed (surprised) overall with build quality and value.

For pretty much all of my day-to-day outdoor sport/leisure needs (and more to grow into), this really is everything I could want. Quirky, perhaps in terms of the seconds hand, but it's not Milgauss quirky ;) -Quirky or not, it is a seriously executed timepiece. Even by comparison to some of my higher end pieces. Well done Seiko.

If you can still find one new with box and papers... I recommend getting one. You will not be disappointed.
 

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