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Seiko King Turtle Prospex Automatic Dive Watch with Blue Dial and a Sapphire Crystal #SRPE07
Seiko SRPE07 Automatic Turtle Prospex Dive Watch


 
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Island Watch Price: $595.00

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Seiko Turtle Prospex Automatic Dive Watch with Blue Dial and a Sapphire Crystal #SRPE07

This Seiko automatic dive watch that has been nicknamed Turtle due to its cushion shape case. The watch is based on the very popular 6000 range of vintage Seiko dive watches. This new model features a Seiko 24 jewel automatic (4R36) movement, a date display, highly luminous hands and markers treated with Lumibrite for awesome low light visibility, a screw down offset crown, a uni-directional diving bezel with a ceramic insert and luminous PIP, a sapphire crystal and a solid etched, screw-down case back.

The 4R36 Seiko movement is self-winding, but it can be hand wound. 200 meter water resistance. The watch comes on a silicone rubber dive strap. 45mm diameter case. It includes manual and a Seiko box.
Watch Features:
  • Movement: Seiko 24-Jewel Automatic 4R36 (self-winding)
  • Case: Stainless steel, 45mm diameter x 13.3mm thick
  • Back: Engraved screw-in back
  • Crystal: Sapphire
  • Band: Silicone rubber dive strap. 22mm lug
  • Water Resistant: 200 meters
  • Warranty: 2 Years

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5 of 5 Great watch from a great retailer! February 23, 2020
Reviewer: Jon Kelly from VA United States  
This is Turtle #2 in my collection. I couldn’t resist because of all the upgrades done by Seiko. I used to not like the magnifier on my crystal but getting older has made me appreciate one. I really like the blue lume. Mine glows proudly all night and is easy to read. It is not as bright as the green initially but works great. I really like the way the markers have a vintage color in certain light. I would not hesitate to purchase from LIW and Mark again. I would have already done so if the Islander #04 was available.

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