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Old 10-14-2019, 01:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Seiko's latest Prospex Scuba 300m and LX Line Divers

Not sure if you guys caught see these new Seiko Prospex models yet.

There is the new Seiko Prospex Scuba 300M (SBDX025) with it's 44.3mm
DiaShield hardened steel case, 300m WR, AR coated sapphire crystal, blue
dial with LumiBrite coated hands, and markers, a stainless steel bracelet,
and rubber strap, along with automatic mechanical 8L35 movement.








Followed by a couple Prospex LX Line Limited Editions. Which include
the SBDB035 model, and it's stainless steel DiaShield coated case, and
red gold tone almost brown dial. Along with SBDB037 with it's black Dia-
Shield coated case, and dark green silvertone dial. With both having
44.8mm case size, 300m WR, sapphire crystals, cermet bezels, along
with LumiBrite coated hands, and markers, Spring Drive Caliber 5R65,
and either rubber strap, or bracelet too.














OceanicTime with this, and more everyone...

http://oceanictime.blogspot.com/2019...m-sbdx025.html

http://oceanictime.blogspot.com/2019...ed-divers.html
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A little large but good looking watches.
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yea....its over $6k.

so....no.

but, it does have a spring drive movement and sapphire crystal.
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Spring drive! Winner!


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Titanium case. Cermet bezel. Spring Drive. Taking it to a new level. I'll take either of these limited edition Spring Drives on a bracelet please. IMO, Both dials are stunning. Don't have much love for the Scuba with it's big case, big bezel and small dial.
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Tom:
NICE. But isnt the 300M just S of $1000.00 these days?

Wonder what happened to a fave of mine, the Zenton M45
with the Eta 2824-2 engine?

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Tom:
NICE. But isnt the 300M just S of $1000.00 these days?

Wonder what happened to a fave of mine, the Zenton M45
with the Eta 2824-2 engine?

Lou Snutt

It's an outstanding point Art.

Am not sure what adds so much to the price tag with these.
Oh, and yeah, I remember those Zentons sir !

Looks like they still make them...

https://www.zentonwatches.com/watches/m45/
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