After the raging success of Seiko’s 62MAS reissue last year (resulting in the SPB051/053) Seiko has decided to continue the trend of modernizing and re-releasing classic divers this year.
Just announced at this years major watch fair in Basel, Switzerland are six new Prospex dive watches that are recreations/variations of a couple of classic Seiko divers.
First are four watches that are inspired by a watch first released in 1968, powered with a hi-beat movement and capable of 300 meters depth.A lot of people are loving this green dialed and bezeled variation of the 1968 classic. The SLA019 is a limited edition of 1,968 pieces, and while it’s definitely still a high end Seiko diver, it’ll be available for less than the SLA025 above. Seiko’s recommended retail price is 3,200 Euro.
Rolex is a famous Swiss watch manufacturer, highly valued for its top notch designer wristwatches. The company dates back to November 15, 1915, when it was formally founded and registered. It was founded 10 years after Hans Wilsdorf and Alfred Davis begun to bring into England Herman Aegler’s Swiss movements for the Dennison watchcases. Over the time, Rolex has come up and made numerous wristwatch models, for instance the Rolex Day-Date I and II.
The Day-Date II is a Rolex model released in the first decade of the 21st century. It is similar to the initial Day-Date, the very first Rolex wristwatch model to display the date and day. The Day-Date II is slightly larger than the first one, allowing an improved view of the date.
Without any doubts, the Rolex Day-Date is an excellent choice for those who want to have a luxurious and elegant wristwatch. Although it is preferable for people to buy original watches, that is not always possible because of their high price. Luckily, a replica watch can always be bought, without having to reveal that it is actually a Rolex replica.
The new Day-Date II is a collection for those who appreciate the best watches. It has everything from scratch. With beautiful baguette cut rubies, sapphires and diamonds