Seiko Prospex PADI srpa21k1 Dive Watch with Pepsi Bezel £266  Debenhams RRP £429
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Seiko Prospex PADI srpa21k1 Dive Watch with Pepsi Bezel £266 Debenhams RRP £429

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Edited by:"thethinwhiteduke"Found 22nd Nov
Nice dive watch at good price for the High Street - guess John Lewis would price match too.

Product description
Item No. 0610117157
This Seiko Men's Prospex Diver's watch has a Stainless Steel case and bracelet, featuring a blue dial with a "Pepsi" bezel and contrasting silver/red hands, locking crown, alarm and a day/date window. It also has 200m water resistancy.

  • Stainless Steel Bracelet
  • Hardlex Glass
  • Automatic
  • Round Dial
  • 45.0mm Case
  • Date Function
  • 200M Water Resistance
  • 2 years guarantee
  • PADI Divers Gift Box
  • Divers rotating bezel

24 Comments

Great price for a super watch

Omg. That diver has been on my mind forever. Retails usually for £300 so heat

A watch worn by people who dont actually dive.
Edited by: "rhinopaul" 22nd Nov

I will wait for the Diet Pepsi Bezel version think its better..

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Here's a better pic. How to add this to the original listing isn't so clear.

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pooka3 m ago

I will wait for the Diet Pepsi Bezel version think its better..


I'm more of a Pepsi Max bevel man myself. Gotta "watch" those calories.

From a UK seller, thats a pretty good price for this PADI version. Its £232 with the possible risks from Creation Watches. Heat.

I have the SRP773. I highly recommend these auto divers, 4r36 movement much better than the 7s26 in the SKX models.
The cushion case is very comfortable to wear and its a great modern reissue of the classic 70's Seiko diver.

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Biker.Jeff14 m ago

From a UK seller, thats a pretty good price for this PADI version. Its …From a UK seller, thats a pretty good price for this PADI version. Its £232 with the possible risks from Creation Watches. Heat.I have the SRP773. I highly recommend these auto divers, 4r36 movement much better than the 7s26 in the SKX models. The cushion case is very comfortable to wear and its a great modern reissue of the classic 70's Seiko diver.


Everything's a better deal on Creation, Sky etc and I source a lot of my watches from them but many people on here seem to be very wary of doing that for whatever perceived reason so I figured this domestic deal may be appreciated more and you can't get much more UK and High Street than Debenhams.

thethinwhiteduke1 m ago

Everything's a better deal on Creation, Sky etc and I source a lot of my …Everything's a better deal on Creation, Sky etc and I source a lot of my watches from them but many people on here seem to be very wary of doing that for whatever perceived reason so I figured this domestic deal may be appreciated more and you can't get much more UK and High Street than Debenhams.



Its not that much cheaper on Creation...... which was my point.

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Biker.Jeff8 m ago

Its not that much cheaper on Creation...... which was my point.


And a great point it is too.

Thankyou.:D

Who would actually use one of these to dive??

Teezer6 m ago

Who would actually use one of these to dive??




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Beautiful watch. Had the ‘Blue Lagoon’ version. Regret selling it now!

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jkporter0225 m ago

Thankyou.:D


You're welcome.

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Teezer17 m ago

Who would actually use one of these to dive??


Why wouldn't you?

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robinthebobin11 m ago

Beautiful watch. Had the ‘Blue Lagoon’ version. Regret selling it now!


I bet you do. I've been looking for one of those and it seems they are all gone now - globally. If anyone knows better, please let me know.

Out of stock

thethinwhiteduke41 m ago

Why wouldn't you?



Most divers would use a dedicated dive computer nowadays.

Watches in general and automatic watches in particular are obsolete but people still buy them ... because they want to. I don't think there's any thing wrong with that.

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voodooboard8 m ago

Most divers would use a dedicated dive computer nowadays. Watches in …Most divers would use a dedicated dive computer nowadays. Watches in general and automatic watches in particular are obsolete but people still buy them ... because they want to. I don't think there's any thing wrong with that.


Glad to hear it. I used a Seiko snk007 to go diving this summer just gone but I'm a bit of a traditionalist.

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All gone. Sorry if you missed out.

Back in stock @ £266

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ash1e7 m ago

Back in stock @ £266


Great spot, thanks. Would buy another one at that price but just bought an Alpinist. Only three of these bargains left apparently.
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