A few pictures of a new Seiko 5 model from Andrew (Philippines)

Andrew from the Philippines shared with me a few pictures of a new Seiko 5 model that was released over there. I have not seen these in Singapore yet but when I saw the pictures, the Rolex Oyster Quartz comes to my mind immediately. Next came the Explorer II. Strong resemblance there especially to the Oyster Quartz.

Here’s an Oyster Quartz that I handled some time back.

According to Andrew, this model is powered by the 4R36 movement. Here are the other variants.

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14 thoughts on “A few pictures of a new Seiko 5 model from Andrew (Philippines)

  1. Jan

    Hi Thomas,

    thanks for sharing the pictures of these interesting new models. I find the styling of these very appealing. Would you happen to know the model numbers of the first two variants with the baton markers and numbered bezel?
    All the best
    Jan

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  4. NewFan

    Like it a lot, but a red second hand would make it even better–particularly on the black / all indices face.

    Anyone know the model number?

    Reply
  5. Neverok

    Looks awesome and a welcome change. Price, availability and whether or not it’s got a solid bracelet would be good to know. Thanks.

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  6. Paul

    Any idea of the price? I don’t think we can ever have that model in Portugal. It’s just great, the Seiko, not “don’t having it”

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  7. The Flying Scotsman

    Hi Thomas,

    Looks like a very nice tool watch from Seiko with this manual wind and hack auto-movement, very buyable!

    I agree, looks like the Rolley, but my 1st impression was that it looks like an Omega . . . it has the vintage Seamaster look.

    Will keep a look out for this number here in Malaysia.

    Best regards!

    Ian

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