I think he might have wanted to post a picture of the SBDB015. Otherwise made a good point.
9F82, 2824-2, 8F56, 9R66, V147, 6R15, 3304, 7S26, 8L35, 7C46, A010, 9R65, 9F83, 3187
^^^ what TF!
hideous! The only cool part is that gold crown with fake blue sapphire, would be neat for a Cartier homage build
^ I really didn’t know that you could do so much with an SKX-like case to make watches that look so different. Apparently, they are characters from something called JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. They’re very colourful - I thought some of those were Indian specials at first! Especially the first, 4th, and 7th ones. The 6th one has a very ‘70s-looking dial. I can see why people would like the 3rd, 5th, and 8th ones, too. Some people do like the looks of Indian specials - so I’m sure that some people will like these, too. People like Swatches that look like these, so why not Seikos? They do also give us a source of gold bezels, which goes nicely with the black.
I do hope that not every single SEIKO 5 in the future will be based on the SKX-like case - as nice as it is, it’d be nice to see some more variety, and also smaller cases, too.
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Regardless of my mistake, do you think that between the two watches the real difference was 50K yen?
Your post didn't even convince me that the SD Presage price is realistic.
Will the SARY147 be released in the US?
This is just Seiko trying to get more into the Japanese street and youth culture market.
The same or similar market to the G-Shock wearers.
Its breaking away from tradition but having said that Seiko has always done offbeat stuff for the asian market.
Totally understandable they do this, no reason for us Seiko traditionalists to get alarmed or put off, its just smart business and thinking about the future, moving with the times.