I'm about to pull the trigger myself on the Tuna but seeing it next to a monster makes me a bit hesitant, I prefer 44mm+ watches and the black monster I have don't get that much wrist time as I think it looks just a bit too small, has anyone else found the 017-015 tunas to be smaller than you had visualized before you got them? (given the specs vs wearing quite a bit smaller)
I feel like the 300m Tuna and the Monster wear almost the same. In my opinion the monster wears slightly bigger due to the larger lug length.
I was expecting the Tuna to be a bit larger (about 2mm larger or so) but because of my small wrists, turned out to be fine. My limit to watches is around 45mm or so, so I was reluctant to buy the 1000m Tuna.
I'm guessing the 1000m (quartz or auto) Tuna's would fit you more if you are looking for a bigger watch than the Monster.
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Seiko Tuna - please educate me
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Currently quite interested in the Darth Tuna (SBBN013), was wondering is it the best Tuna Quartz in the Seiko product line?
Other than the white dolphin and blue ocean, which I guess the only differences is the color of the shroud in compared to the standard darth tuna?
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Seiko "Sumo" SBDC001
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I've always envied Tuna owners, next week though, I'll finally be one. SBBN017 incoming! I went with the 17 as opposed to the 15 since I already have a black bezeled Seiko beast, the SBDX001. I'm very excited!
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