Seiko SRP313K1 “New Monster” Dive Watch Review

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In the Watchnerd world, few watches signal your progress out of the department store and into the forums like buying something from the Seiko SKX range. Something of a dive watch "right of passage," the drug of choice is often the SKX779/SKX781 (orange and black, respectively) dubbed "The Monster."
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