Seiko SRP777 Prospex Dive Watch
An automatic dive watch is one of the best investments you can make for an everyday timepiece. They're built tougher than usual, can go with you anywhere, and don't have batteries that ever need replacing. Seiko's a brand that's been synonymous with dive watches for decades (especially their premium PROSPEX line), so when a release like the SRP777 comes along that pays homage to the past while being ready for the future, it pays to take notice.
The SRP777 takes its cues from a Seiko design from the '70s and '80s, the 6309. It's delightful in its details, from the sword marker dividing the 12 o'clock marker above the Seiko logo, to its iconic sword and arrow hands. It's also packed full of features beyond its solid 4r36 hacking and hand-winding movement. Under its Hardlex lens you'll find a day/date window and highly visible dotted markers and hands coated with Seiko's intense Lumi Brite lume paint.
A screw down crown gives you 200 meters of water resistance, meaning the SRP777 is fit for duty, rain or shine, land or sea. And while its 44.3mm case may seem large, the turtle shell-like design tapers off at the lug ends to better wrap around your wrist. With its classic design, it's a watch you can wear every day and still rock on your weekend getaway.
Dive into the world of tough watches with the Seiko SRP777 and feel the difference of an EDC watch that can truly take on every day. Pick one up at the Amazon link below, and be sure to check out its siblings in other colors, the black-and-gold SRP775 and the "Pepsi" SRP779.