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Seiko Prospex Turtle “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 Special Edition

Seiko Prospex Turtle “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 Special Edition

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The comeback of the “Seiko Turtle” was unquestionably probably the best move the Japenese brand has pulled off as of late. Moderate, cool-looking, strong and solid, it is extraordinary compared to other jump watches in the sub-1k class. After the debut adaptations , Seiko played on the success of these watches by dispatching numerous restricted/special editions ( PADI , Lagoon , Black…). Another one has recently been introduced, the ref. SRPC91K1, the result of Seiko’s partnership with Jacques-Yves Cousteau’s grandson… And indeed, it’s another exceptionally cool, reasonable jump watch.

Let’s get it straight…This new Seiko Prospex “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 is in fact indistinguishable from any remaining Turtle watches. It is “just” a tone/dial update, much the same as the PADI and Lagoon variants were back when presented. It will come as nothing unexpected then to discover back a similar development and an indistinguishable case, just as identical specialized particulars. Don’t be put off by the likenesses since this new “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 of the Turtle is a serious shocker regarding look.

This SRPC91K1 is essential for a progression of three watches (counting a Samurai ref. SRPC93K1 and a Solar Dive Chronograph ref. SSC675P1) that all offer similar visual codes. Compared to past editions of the Turtle, the principle update is to be seen on the dial. As proposed by the name of this special edition (not restricted, as often with Seiko’s Turtle or Samurai watches), the nautical/oceanic theme is at all important focal point. Subsequently, Seiko has made another dial design on this watch reviewing the development of waves, combined with another slope blue tone, going from brilliant blue on top to nearly chasm blue/dark at 6 o’clock – once more, a reference to the ocean, which shows up practically dark when arriving at specific profundities. It appears to be that Seiko is playing increasingly more with inclination tones and examples, as we’ve seen for example on the PADI Samurai , making the assortments much more alluring. This additionally recognizes these special editions from the remainder of the collection.

This new dial, effectively one of the boldest made by Seiko on the new Prospex Divers, is combined for the event with controlled, serene silver hands and lists. No red accents, no phony patina, simply straightforward, productive silver hands and white radiant material – better for contrast. The second update on this Turtle “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 is the bezel’s embed, which is hued in brilliant blue (initial 20 minutes of the scale) and pit blue (rest of the scale), subsequently coordinating the dial. At long last, the crown and the actual bezel are covered in dark – another distinctive feature to make this special edition remarkable in the collection.

For the rest, the Seiko Prospex “Save The Ocean” SRPC91K1 stays the “Turtle” we as a whole know and love. Its shell-like case is strong and very much ensured. While reported on paper as an enormous watch (45mm in width and 13.42mm in tallness), the Turtle is one of those watches that must be tried on the wrist. It is in reality more compact than what you could expect and wears without any problem. This “Save The Ocean” Edition is worn on a graceful dark silicon wristband – or any sort of NATO/leather/texture tie you need to add (that’s one of the benefits of this watch, its versatility).

The case is as yet water-impervious to 200 meters, because of a screwed case back and a screwed crown. The presentation is both useful and easy to understand consistently – the combination of old style plunging needs with the day-date complication makes the Turtle reasonable offshore and inland. Controlling this SRPC91K1 is the notable and solid type 4R36, Seiko’s vision of a workhorse motor. Nothing extravagant about this utilitarian development except for trust us, it will do the work perfectly.

Once once more, Seiko hasn’t altered its Prospex Turtle idea, yet with some minor yet all around thought refreshes, the brand accomplishes another cool-looking watch – and a watch that some in-your-face authorities won’t be embarrassed to add to their assortment of Turtle watches, basically in light of the fact that it is adequately distinctive. Also, obviously, indeed, there’s this super-appealing cost of EUR 450 – a standout amongst other quality-value joy proportions we can consider. More subtleties on .