Seiko 5 Review 2023
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In the sea of new Seiko 5 Sports watches coming into play, this one stands out thanks to the case design and dial that screams 1970s. It also happens to have a very unique bracelet that sets it apart from other Seiko 5s that house the same movement. It’s an interesting offering and a great entry point to the brand.

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There was little buzz about this watch when it first came out, but after some features in blogs and YouTube reviews it went crazy and now it is a regular at most retailers. It combines the best of the SKX dive range with the Seiko 5, aiming at buyers who want that ‘dive watch look’ without the need for extreme water resistance. The result is a stylish 38mm automatic dive watch with a clean tuxedo dial that looks more dressy than most other Seiko 5s, and sword style hands. More info :

The dial is an almost direct port from the SKX series, and generously treated with Lumibrite for easy reading even in poor light conditions. The case is a good, robust piece that’s a nice size for those who don’t like overly large diving-style watches. The bracelet is a cool new element and a welcome upgrade over the jubilee-style bands found on most SKXs, combining a retro look with solid endlinks for added support. This also makes the watch easier to adjust on the wrist.