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The shock resistance I imagine has to do with the setting for the balance jewels. It’s referred to as Diashock in Seiko based mov’ts. There’s no reason to assume this is not the case in this watch.


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That doesn’t actually look too special. Resin dial supports and casing rings aren’t that unique. Even watches like the older Seiko 7002 employed those two things.

Compliance for ISO 6425, which the Triton apparently meets, requires compliance with ISO 1413 which is a shock/impact resistance test. Whether the Triton actually employs the same shock reducing mechanism or no I probably wouldn’t sweat it.

That said, I’d be interested to see first hand what the parts actually look like and whether the Triton uses them or not.


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