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SEIKO SRP779 Turtle, Prospex Automatic Dive Watch with a Black Rubber Dive Strap


This is a popular Seiko automatic dive watch that has been nicknamed Turtle due to the shape of its case. It features a Seiko 24 jewel automatic (4R36) movement, a date display, highly luminous hands and markers treated with Lumibrite for awesome low light visibility, a screw down offset crown, a Pepsi-style uni-directional diving bezel with luminous PIP at 12:00, Hardlex mineral crystal and a solid etched, screw-down case back. The 4R36 Seiko movement is self-winding and it can be hand wound. Lug width is 22mm.

Comes on a Seiko rubber dive strap with a stainless steel buckle.

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Movement: Seiko 24-Jewel Automatic (self-winding, hand wind)
Case: Stainless steel, 45mm x 13.3mm thick.
Back: Engraved screw-in back
Crystal: Hardlex mineral
Band: Seiko rubber dive strap. 22mm lug
Water Resistant: 200 meters

Model: SRP779

All measurements are approximate and may vary slightly from the listed dimensions.

Seiko Turtle Range

Seiko has a long association with manufacturing automatic divers watches dating back to 1965, they have recently looked back on their achievements in design from the past and are now reproducing reissues of some of their most classic models. The new turtle series, sold under the Prospex range is an upgraded reissue of their famous 6309 model of the 70s & 80s , made legendary by Martin Sheen in the film Apocalypse Now of 1979. This fabulous new upgraded series of watches now feature a slightly larger case, subtle dial and hand differences and the latest 4r36 calibre automatic movement which both hacks and manually winds, a significant improvement over the originals! The new model numbers for this range are, SRP773, blue dial, blue bezel, stainless bracelet, SRP775, black dial, black bezel, gold indices, stainless bracelet, SRP777, black dial, black bezel, rubber strap, and the SRP779, black dial, pepsi bezel, rubber strap. We highly recommend them!