Back to the delineation of the product line I mentioned earlier. The new Seiko 5 line-up is broken down into 5 categories: Sports, Suits, Specialist, Street, and Sense. Each category represents a different thematic approach to the Singular Seiko 5 model. The Sports line will be quite familiar to longtime fans of the brand. Each model can be traced back to another SRPD57K1 features the same gilt and black motif that recently came back in style with the SRP775, and even that is a hat tip to the 6215, Seiko’s 300m diver from 1968. The 6215 was reincarnated as the Marine Master, nicknamed the “MM300” (SBDX017). The Marine Master was produced in a limited edition that featured a forest green dial, the SLA019J1, and that same shade of green can now be found on the Seiko 5 SRPD63K1. It’s fun to connect all the dots. Spend some time on the line-up page and you’ll get deja-vu. And that’s because you have seen most of these designs already if you’ve been following Seiko divers since the mid-2000s. A lot of those models have gone out of production or have been folded up into the slightly-more-upscale Prospex line, so this is a great way to reconnect with all the divers that can’t be bought new anymore.watch from Seiko’s history. It’s a neat game to play. The
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