Product details of Seiko SRP Models.
New 2016 Turtle 3609 (Made in Japan Version)
Diver Watch SRP773/775/777/779
Big news for Seiko dive watch fans: the Japanese brand have release a tribute to its much-loved “Turtle” reference 6309 diver from the 1970s. The new SRP7 series, due for release in 2016, will belong to Seiko’s Prospex family and use the broad cushion-shaped case of its historical forebear, but fitted with its 4R36 hand-wound day and date automatic movement. Available in sober black, gold-accented and iconic Pepsi liveries, the watch will no doubt be a hit with Seiko fans everywhere.
The New 6309 will be available in 4 Models:
SRP773J1 (blue bezel and dial on bracelet)
SRP775J1 (black bezel and dial with gold accents on bracelet)
SRP777J1 (black bezel and dial on rubber)
SRP779J1 (pepsi bezel and black dial on rubber).
This 6309 reissue, however, hits every mark. Not only is it a faithful adaptation aesthetically speaking, it also features a bevy of heightened specs worthy of the Prospex designation. And better yet, it’s a general release that is slated for worldwide availability. Seiko’s vintage lovers can rejoice.
Coming in at 44.3mm, the dimensions are left largely intact. The iconic cushion case features a unidirectional bezel, an unsigned screw down crown, an upped water resistance of 200m, and a screw case back featuring the Tsunami logo. The glass is Seiko’s proprietary Hardlex.
The dial is for the most part true to the original, with many of the classic cues. The indices are largely the same, as are the classic sword hours and minutes hands. Seiko retained the cool hilted sword at 12, and they even kept the classy bevel on the date window!
We carry the “Made in Japan” Version. Limited stocks available.
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