Seiko 5 Dual-Crown Diver Watch

Jan 24, 2019

Category: Gear

There are hundreds of dashing watches from which to choose, but not all of them are worth their price tags. However, in some rare instances, you get more from the watch than the price tag suggests, which is the case with the Seiko 5 Dual-Crown Diver Watch collection.

The 42.5 mm watch comes in four distinct colorways and it’s styled after vintage dual-crown divers, specifically the Super Compressor of the ‘60s. It has a dial protected by a mineral crystal and runs on Seiko’s 4R36 mechanical automatic caliber, featuring 24 jewels, hacking seconds, and day-date complication. The 2 o’clock crown manages the inner rotating bezel and the 3 o’clock crown is used for setting the time. It’s not technically a true diver watch, but it has a respectable water-resistance of up to 100 meters. You can upgrade your outfit with one of these handsome Seiko 5 watches, starting at $165 for the rubber-strapped variation.

Purchase: $165

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