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Interesting looking set of three new flavours seen on Yeoman's blog - I haven't seen these elsewhere.

Googling the model numbers gives no (meaningful) results as yet........ scroll down to the 10th May entry, below the big clock picture, at;

http://yeomanseiko.spaces.live.com/blog/cns

UPDATE - I see Yeoman has just added a nice hands-on review with excellent pics and measurements - same link, now above the clock pic.
 

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Re: New Seiko divers for Singapore market??

I really like those, particularly the black and gold, I jsut wish the gold were a brushed finish because from the pictures, it looks polished?
 

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Re: New Seiko divers for Singapore market??

Ok Ill say it.
These are an abomination.

they make the monster look well more like something wearable.

But hey everyone likes different stuff, if they grab you and you like them great, for me
it is a disaster.
 

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Peter the Starfish looks cool although that Tuna would take some getting used to.Not bad overall i suppose.Thanks for taking the time to show these my friend.Neilo ;)
 

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Re: New Seiko divers for Singapore market??

nhoJ said:
I think I saw somewhere else they are calling it the Star Monster.
Oy, another "MONSTER"? Why can't people show a little more creativity when making up nicknames. I swear, ever since the monster came out, every other seiko diver that comes out someone tries to call it a _____________-monster. It's almost as annoying as whenever there is a pilitcal scandal they call it _______-gate. Show some creativity people. Why call it a star monster? That name obviously is referring to the bezel and the monster hands. The thing is that those hands are becoming so ubiquitous that the monster reference on a watch that is so different seems, well, stupid. Was it so hard to call it the Starfish (assuming they are naming it after the bezel), Sea Star or Sand Dollar or some other aquatic star shaped creature? How hard is it to be a little creative?
 

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Well.....how about " STARFISH LOCKNESS" ?

The 'lockness' bit is in reference to the monster-like design and hands. Lockness could make a fine reference to the monster adjetive, without actually using it directly.

By the way, it's just ocurred me.....the lockness can be properly substituted by 'godzilla', too, if you see it fitter.
 
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