I see I see. Fills the wrist quite nicely. For the money, Seiko is a great mix of quality and value.
Edit: Have you seen the Snowmonster? very cool piece as well.
I agree. IMO, Seiko (and Orient, but I'm not as big a fan of Orient's designs) make some of the best valued divers on the market today. The Black/Orange Monsters can be had easily for sub-$200 (like this one
), they comply fully with ISO 6425 standards (I honestly can't think of many other brands that can claim this for a line of divers in a comparable price range), and the Monster bracelets are one of the best in the sub-$1k dive watch price range.
I'm not really in a huge rush to part with this watch; the only reason I'm listing it is because it hasn't gotten any wrist time at all as of late. On days when I'm feeling a dive watch, I've been reaching for my new Tektite or my Orange Monster.
The Snow Monster L.E. looks pretty cool, but I feel those are really only for the hard-core collectors. No way am I spending that much
$ for a Seiko Monster, L.E. or not. :lol:
If this doesn't sell, I might consider just using it as an experiment/mod watch. There seems to be a never-ending market for Seiko mods. This one caught my eye recently: