Seiko Pepsi 10BAR
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I've owned several high end watches including:
- Rolex Submariner
- Omega Seamaster Pro Bond
- IWC Fliegerchrono
- IWC Ingenieur
This Samurai is by far my favorite, and cost a fraction
of the others.
Fit and finish is equally on par with the Rolex and Omega, slightly less than the IWC's.
It's also the most accurate watch I've ever owned; +2 sec/day.
The pic is how it came. I now have it on a nice thick leather strap
with white stitching.
Orient Planet Orient.
I'm a watch nut and own a some Seiko's, that's my favourite brand. Also some Russian watches and vintage watches. Currently I'm wearing a Sekonda.
My favourite is this Seiko SKX023.
More commonly though, they are part of a chronograph complication which measures elapsed time. It's basically a stop watch. In this case the subdials generally display hours, minutes, seconds, and in some cases fractions of a second. Some measure as little as 30 minutes of elapsed time, while others, like yacht timers, measure upwards of 12 hours.
I hope this helps!
Last edited by DOOMSLAYER; 01-27-2011 at 12:51 PM.
Thanks for the replys. Looks like sekio is the most common watch on these forums.
But they really fetch a premium.
Personally, I like the hands on the SS version better than those on the Ti.
To each his own.
BTW, they also made a white dial version which I owned before the black one.
Beautiful watch, but there was no contrast between the polished hands and white dial.
It was almost impossible to tell time in the daytime.
At night, it's a different matter completely.
You can use the lume on this watch as a flashlight!
Old stainless sapphire crystal swiss army , Tag-Heuer Aqua Racer Automatic. I ve been checking out the MK II semi-customs and have to say thats alot of bang for the buck.
Luminox 3081 Blackout
Ms. Jenkins!!!!------- Flip the switch to begin the conquest------- of Eaaaarrrttthhh!!!
Some kind of Swiss Army and a Wittnauer. The Witt was in the lost and found box at work with a ruined band and a dead battery. It sat there for close to a year, I think. I claimed it, put a new band and battery on it and still wear it to work. I've had it for years now. The Swiss Army also ended up in the lost and found box at work. It sat there for God knows how long with a dead battery and a thrashed band. I claimed that one, too. I wear it whenever I'm out and about. Considering they only cost me bands and batteries I think I came out way ahead.
In my 20s I had a Daffy Duck and a Goofy watch that both ran counter clockwise. They were fun. Wish I still had 'em.