Hands-on with one of Seiko’s most popular dive watch re-issues: The SRP777 ‘Turtle’, A modern incarnation of the vintage classic 6309 diver.
For those just getting started collecting – choosing a ‘real’ watch can be intimidating. Let us help with our list of great tool watches for under $500.
A ‘nickname’ is sure-fire sign that a watch has reached cult status within the community, and Seiko sure does have it’s fair share of them.
With all the love going to dive watches and chronographs these days – field watches are a bit of an under-appreciated style. Explore these simple classics with our 5 favorite field watches.
A solid and affordable quartz chronograph, the “Flightmaster” packs a lot of aviator features into a stylish and functional package.
Love it or hate it, the Monster is one of Seiko’s most popular modern dive watches. Explore 10 years of Seiko Monsters with our detailed collector’s guide.
The world of Japanese dive watches is truly something special. Get ready to go deep with these excellent dive watches from the land of the rising sun.
Whether you’re on a casual day-hike with friends or a summer-long expedition through the Adirondacks, a capable wrist watch can make an indispensable companion.
The quintessential entry-level mechanical dive watch; affordable, rugged, and iconic with typical Seiko quality.