Ultimate Seiko Watch Buying Guide

Seiko has been around for 142 years, and to this day, they are one of the world's top watch manufacturers. With a wide selection of timepieces ranging from affordable options to high-end luxury offerings, they have cemented themselves for their durable and high-quality timepieces.

Seiko Ion Prospex SRPB55


– Quality dive watch – 200m of water resistance which matches other luxury watches (think Tudor) – Around $400

Seiko 5 SNK793


– Highly affordable dress watch – Features day-date, sunray dial, and exhibition case back – Around $100

Seiko 5 SNZF17J1


– A more adventurous Seiko 5 option – Features a chunky, unidirectional stainless steel bezel and lumed hands – Around $200

Seiko 5 SRPC61


– Smart-casual Seiko 5 option – Features 120-click unidirectional bottlecap-shaped bezel – Around $300

Seiko 5 SNK800


– Classic field watch style – One of the most versatile Seiko options available for the price point – Around $100

Seiko Presage Cocktail Time SRPB43


– Classic style dress watch that works for both office and cocktail attire – Features mid-century design with a sunray dial combined with 3D markers – Around $400

Seiko Alpinist SPB121J1


– One of Seiko's most popular watches online – design slightly updated in 2021 – Features sapphire crystal, 200m water resistance, and a 70 hour power reserve – Around $700

Seiko Prospex SBDC051


– Premium dive watch that combines old and new design – Features a rugged stainless steel case with 200m water resistance – Around $1,000