Diving with the Seiko Prospex PADI King Samurai

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Diving with the Seiko Prospex PADI King Samurai

Post by koimaster » August 4th 2022, 11:27am

It is impossible to have any conversation about dive watches without Seiko inevitably coming up. Since the release of its first diver, the 62MAS, in 1965, the Japanese brand has been inexorably linked with the underwater world. It has released hundreds, if not thousands of dive watches in the years since, in every shape, size and price range you could imagine. From the Captain Willard to the SKX007 and everything in between, I daresay there is not a watch enthusiast out there who hasn’t at least tested the Seiko diver waters at least once or twice. And it’s exactly what I’ll be doing today by taking the Seiko Prospex PADI King Samurai SRPG21K1 with me for a new underwater adventure.

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Re: Diving with the Seiko Prospex PADI King Samurai

Post by bedlam » August 5th 2022, 1:51am

jason_recliner wrote:
August 5th 2022, 1:01am
Shame these aren't Ti anymore. Otherwise it would probably be the best real world mechanical dive watch available.
Not the best IMO but pretty darn good and I agree that these in Ti is a way better choice.
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