At Two Broke Watch Snobs, we’re in love with any watch that offers reliability, value, and beautiful timeless designs. That’s fancy way of saying we love Seiko watches. So having a bunch Seiko watch reviews here on our site makes sense. Please explore the write ups we have available and also be sure to check out our weekly podcast! If there is a Seiko watch review you’d like us to conduct (and you’re not seeing it here), please just let us know at [email protected]
The “Grammar of Design” is spoken about in hushed tones amongst some watch circles. Originated by Seiko designer Toro Tanaka in the 1960s, the Grammar of Design was a series…
We tend to be pretty dismissive and downright snarky over here at Two Broke Watch Snobs – especially when it comes to pseudo-glorified “horological rites of passage.” Everyone needs a Rolex? No, shut up. Breaking $1,000 is something everyone needs to do? Nonsense. There’s a…
By now you’ve probably seen the recent buzz around a handful of new chronograph models announced by Seiko this week. After all, Seiko is known to tease fun releases around…
1,000m of water-resistance and a bullet-proof quartz movement – all the overbuilt durability a saturation diver could ask for.
The new Seiko 5 SRPE51 is not a dive watch. Its whole raison d’être is to move away from that, to offer something new.
I’m really excited to see a more classic silhouette behind the handset and pricing that isn’t entirely absurd; when you consider some of the previous Spring Drive and high-end automatic variants.
After Seiko’s press “leak” earlier this year, watch fans were able to catch a glimpse at what sort of direction the brand might be taking in 2020. One of the watches we saw in the moderately affordable space was the Seiko SPB149, another recreation of the classic 62MAS.
How can you talk about the refreshed Seiko 5 Sport without talking about the legendary SKX or 7002? You can’t. I tried to throw out all of my preconceived Seiko thoughts. It’s impossible.
Seiko and Nano Universe team up for a Daytona-inspired chronograph.
We’ve just gotten another modern recreation of Seiko’s very first diver released in 1965, the 62MAS.
The new Presage Prestige watch is inspired by a classic from Seiko’s past, their first-ever chronograph.
I was pleasantly surprised at how well this “white dial dress” watch paired down with jeans and a ruggedly-hip flannel. Any SARB is perfect for a night out. Forget the Datejust or Oyster Perpetual. You’re killing it for under $500 USD.