I sold my SBGE001, it was a great watch but at over 200g was very heavy in my wrist. The SBGA029 is even heavier, so Titanium is the way to go. SBGA031 is a great watch.hrrrmmm, i'll take a 6309/6306 over one of these any day =) I've held one of these spring drives in my hand and had it on my wrist for a bit. they are nice, but if I was go have a spring drive, I'd go for the SBGE001.
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The spacewalk is killer, but at 10bar/100M not sure if I'd call it a diverMy favourite Seiko
wow...i would love to have just one of them...they are all incredibleMy favorite is Seiko's first professional diver, the 6215-7000:
... but I love all the vintage Seiko divers (6217/6159/6105-800x/6105-811x/630x/7549-7010).
Of the modern Seiko divers, the SBDX003 is my favorite - a little tall/heavy like the MM300, but a nice homage to the 6215/6159:
My vote also goes to the 6215, grandfather of the MM300.
Probably not the best in term of technical specs today, but a high performance high tech watch in its time, and a beauty to contemplate and pleasure to own today.
I personally don't fancy the GS SD Diver, too much of a statement watch. And I have serious concerns about the viability of SD movements 40 years from now.