With the Tuna and Sumo, it looks like you skipped the entry level Seiko divers , and went straight for the great mid-level ones! I got a tuna already, and have been thinking about getting a Sumo. Love your Orange one! How do you like yours?
Yeah, you are right about that. I have been thinking about Monster at first but then I realized that it's better to jump at once in Sumo range, especially because orange Sumo was cheaper than rest of the Sumo range (rubber strap). I do not like heavier metal straps because my wrist is skinny so it's uncomfortable for me. I am very happy with the watch, details on the dial, polished-brushed surfaces, shape of the case, accurate and robust movement. Later I bought Tuna because I wanted "grab and go" watch and Tuna has such great history behind itself. Simply unique and great timepiece. Latest acquisition is Seiko King Quartz, I liked it because it gives me color variety, it has quartz movement from golden age of quartz and it has that "Grand Seiko like" dial.
Upper row consists of Volmax Aviator with Poljot 3105 movement and Casio Edifice beater.
My idea was(is) to cover Japanese, Russian, Swiss and German watch industries so to do that I still need one blue Omega Seamaster (Bond or similar) and one Sinn chrono. To fill the box completely.
But who knows in the end, I can also change my mind and fill the box and with Seikos. Anyway, and now Seikos make major part of my collection.
Dear friends I would like to share some of the Japanese watches I have managed to collect and restore the last few years!!!
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