The GS SBGA231G 200m diver is going for around $6.5K (on chrono24). The GS SBGE215G gmt is also 200m and going for a similar price.
They both have the 9R springdrive movement.
But the ablogtowatch site is saying the new Seiko LX range is 'specified' at a price of $6K for the diver. It also has the 5R springdrive movement.
So why would I buy any Seiko LX when I can get a GS for a slightly higher price and with a superior constructed movement?
Does anyone know how the LXs have been selling? Because you'd have to be a pretty committed Seiko collector if you don't get the GS instead!
Grand Seiko SBGE215G (left) and SBGA231G.