Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post Reply
User avatar
SaoGage
Senior Member & WIS
Posts: 1370
Joined: August 11th 2014, 9:39pm
Contact:

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by SaoGage » September 23rd 2014, 3:54pm

This is one of those watches that looks orders of magnitude better in person. I've never seen a pic or vid of the Shogun that completely captures how good looking it is. And that diashield is amazing :okk:

If I could only have one watch, limited to $1,000 or less, the Shogun would be it.
Last edited by SaoGage on September 23rd 2014, 3:58pm, edited 1 time in total.
User avatar
abduksion

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by abduksion » September 23rd 2014, 3:58pm

Best watch ever made? Hmmm that's his opinion not saying I don't believe him but its subjective. I can say the Rolex Submariner is the best watch ever made? While the guy down the street says Omega Planet Ocean is. Conclusion there is no such thing as the best watch ever made.
User avatar
SaoGage
Senior Member & WIS
Posts: 1370
Joined: August 11th 2014, 9:39pm
Contact:

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by SaoGage » September 23rd 2014, 4:01pm

abduksion wrote:Best watch ever made? Hmmm that's his opinion not saying I don't believe him but its subjective. I can say the Rolex Submariner is the best watch ever made? While the guy down the street says Omega Planet Ocean is. Conclusion there is no such thing as the best watch ever made.


Yeah, saying any particular watch is the "best ever made" is sort of meaningless. No parameters, too vague, and too subjective.

However, as I mentioned I would strongly argue the Shogun to be one of, if not the best watch you could get for $1,000. It's aided here by its versatility. It works as a dress diver, it works as a tool watch, and it certainly works as an "all-around" daily wearer.
User avatar
abduksion

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by abduksion » September 23rd 2014, 4:09pm

SaoGage wrote:
abduksion wrote:Best watch ever made? Hmmm that's his opinion not saying I don't believe him but its subjective. I can say the Rolex Submariner is the best watch ever made? While the guy down the street says Omega Planet Ocean is. Conclusion there is no such thing as the best watch ever made.


Yeah, saying any particular watch is the "best ever made" is sort of meaningless. No parameters, too vague, and too subjective.

However, as I mentioned I would strongly argue the Shogun to be one of, if not the best watch you could get for $1,000. It's aided here by its versatility. It works as a dress diver, it works as a tool watch, and it certainly works as an "all-around" daily wearer.


I agree it does look like a great watch I've never seen or held on in person so I'm missing the first time wow factor. My personal if I had the cash to drop on a higher end Seiko diver it would be the MM300 and the SD 600M with the 1000M Tuna depending on the cost of course :D
User avatar
bedlam
Senior Member & WIS
Posts: 9700
Joined: November 12th 2011, 11:00pm
Location: Fremantle, Australia (GMT +8)
Contact:

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by bedlam » November 9th 2014, 4:37pm

In a 'pick one watch to wear forever' scenario my Shogun would be a front runner
Meritocracy: the privilege, wealth and advancement of those who chose their parents wisely.
Capitalism: a cult that promised to do good for the worst reasons.
Nationalism: a profound longing to go back to a past that never existed.
User avatar
conjurer
Owner
Posts: 35520
Joined: July 13th 2010, 10:00pm
Contact:

Re: Seiko Shogun SBDC007

Post by conjurer » November 9th 2014, 7:19pm

SaoGage wrote:
abduksion wrote:Best watch ever made? Hmmm that's his opinion not saying I don't believe him but its subjective. I can say the Rolex Submariner is the best watch ever made? While the guy down the street says Omega Planet Ocean is. Conclusion there is no such thing as the best watch ever made.


Yeah, saying any particular watch is the "best ever made" is sort of meaningless. No parameters, too vague, and too subjective.

However, as I mentioned I would strongly argue the Shogun to be one of, if not the best watch you could get for $1,000. It's aided here by its versatility. It works as a dress diver, it works as a tool watch, and it certainly works as an "all-around" daily wearer.


It's certainly better than that Rolex piece of motherfucking shit!
Post Reply

Return to “Seiko”

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest