The Seiko divers that got us unto this hobby were so unconventional as to feel special despite their low price. You didn't feel like you were buying them because they were a cheaper look-alike of the watch you really wanted but couldn't afford. So does a more conventional and also more expensive Seiko diver still capture the charm that got us into this hobby?
If the Tuna shape wasn't polarizing enough, the color will definitely divide people. A few of my friends actually accused me of buying a fashion watch, but I went for it anyway. Did it hold up to the Prospex reputation, or did Seiko put form before function? Keep reading to find out!