Seiko Monster Complete Guide

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Seiko Monster Complete Guide

Post by Racer-X » December 17th 2022, 11:17am

Appearing for the first time in Japan in 2000, with the references SKX779 (black dial) and SKX781 (orange dial), these diving watches with a “grotesque” appearance immediately divided enthusiasts.

Renamed Seiko Monster because of their design, they are loved by some and hated by others, and over the years they have been able to attract the attention of many collectors.

In this guide we will see all the models released from the beginning to today (updated March 2022).

Index
First generation
Limited Editions
Night Monsters
Second generation
Limited Editions
Third generation
Fourth generation
Summary of the models
The origins: Quartz Monster

Series with elements in common
Land Monster
Frankenmonster
Trek Monster
Mini Trek Monster
Baby Monster
Mini Monster
New Monster
Baby Tuna/Monster Tuna
Movements

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Post by Racer-X » December 17th 2022, 3:43pm

robatsu wrote:
December 17th 2022, 1:59pm
....Which would be the best one to buy as representative of the line. Seems like it would have to be orange and that’s great because orange watches are a favorite of mine
I like the Save the Ocean SRPG57 I posted yesterday for $266. viewtopic.php?p=527461#p527454
Better in some ways with hack and wind 4R36. I also never cared for the green colored indices on the OG models.


smellody wrote:
December 17th 2022, 2:52pm
....I really like the vampire 🧛‍♀️ one that Artman picked up.
Same here. The SRP313 is a honey.
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Re: Seiko Monster Complete Guide

Post by robatsu » December 18th 2022, 12:40pm

Those vampire monsters and other shark tooth style monsters are nice but my favorite low budget Shark tooth diver are the Albas of yore, came in a number of colors

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