It isn’t often that you see different styles of watches mixed and matched. For the most part, a dive watch is a dive watch, a GMT a GMT, and so on. But Seiko and Japanese brand Lowercase have decided to mix it up a bit with their limited Fieldmaster Watch.
This thing is essentially what a dive and field watch would look like if you mashed the two up. The face of the wristwatch features hands and indices more commonly found on a field watch, but the whole thing is set in a hefty diving case. That 44.5mm case and Hardlex crystal window protect Seiko’s in-house caliber V157 Quartz solar movement and can remain water resistant down to a depth of 200-meters. A limited number of these have been made with exclusive colorways available at Freemans Sporting Club, United Arrows in Japan, and Journal Standard. The first set will be available at FSC in September, with the rest of the references going up for sale in October.
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