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Historical Tuna 600m 1000pcs only $3000us
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Type: Professional diver’s watch, automatic
Production year: 2000 (limited to 1,000 units)
Japan Retail price: JPY300,000
Status: Discontinued






The SBDX005 was the last 600m automatic dive watch that Seiko produced. Limited to just 1,000 pieces it represents a tribute to the classic 6159-7010 shrouded diver that was made between 1975 and 1978. Some say that its sheer rarity puts its desirability well above above its predecessor, the 6159-7010.
Released in in the year 2000, this watch is part of Seiko’s Prospex line of professional diver’s watches and is marketed as the Historical Collection The Year 2000 with only 1,000 pieces to be shared amongst serious diver’s watch collectors worldwide. Before getting to know the SBDX005, it would be beneficial to understand its ancestry so that we can appreciate this phenomenal industrial grade diver’s watch
pressure resistance
shock resistance (up to 10Gs)
extreme high and low temperature resistance
high degree of magnetic resistance (60 Gauss)
helium gas intrusion resistance
The SBDX005’s size is as follows:
Diameter: 51.5 mm (w/o crown), 54.2mm (w/crown)
Lug-to-lug: 51.5 mm
Thickness: 16.9 mm
Lug width: 22 mm
Weight: 134.5 grams with factory rubber strap
Caliber: 8L35A, 26 jewels
Caseback type: 8L35-0030
Movement: Automatic, hacking and hand-winding
Loss/gain: Less than 15 secs/day
Power reserve: About 50 hours
Calendar: Date only
Beat rate: 28,800 bph (8 beats/sec)
Loss/gain: Less than 40 sec/day
Crown: Screw-in type
Construction: Titanium & stainless steel, one-piece case
Crystal: Hardlex glass, flat profile
Bezel: Unidirectional, 120 graduations
W.R. rating: 600m, ISO certified for saturation diving
Luminous material: LumiBrite™
Movement Japan, cased in Japan
 
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