SLA017 and 62mas
SLA025 and 6195
SLA033 and 6105
Here’s my contribution. A present model
A 6309-7040 here.
Outstanding. No more space for a Tuna can? The SBBN040 and the original Golden Tuna are pretty impressive.
Not fond of the tuna, sir. I do have three modern tunas.
Yes, they are a bit Marmite. Quite like the Golden Tuna though.
A few of my Tunas
I wonder if their are records of Japanese Navy combat diver watches in use from WW2 onwards?
What was the very first Japanese made watch suited to underwater use?
Did their military obtain watches from European sources for this purpose?
One of my tunas is black and gold. The other two are zimbes.
Dunno why but have not been moved to get the golden tuna - both vintage or reissue.
With the SLA divers, I also like the fact that the reference numbers are separated by 8.
17 + 8 = 25
25 + 8 = 33
Were there even dive watches then?
My Seiko Orange Monster and my SKX011, with well over 500 dives between them have been my workhorses for nearly 2 decades.
Really, really nice!!!
Keeping the colorful trend going, here's my Rally Diver (6106-7117)
Interesting, never noticed the reference numbers were separated by 8. Seiko would appear to be quite good with the re-issues. The only thing that holds me back is the price. I have a 62MAS and a 6105. 6195 prices are pretty high if you can find one in good condition but the re-issue might be a good move. Is it terribly different in appearance to an SBDX017?
My 62MAS and a resist/resist 6105-8009 from 1969 that I gave to my brother as a 50th birthday present.
Enjoying my 6306 today on a casual Friday. Shout out to @agee!
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