Trans Ocean Limited Edition: The upgraded Seiko Diver

The recent months have shown the general watch buyers overcoming their set barriers. They have learned to defy the limits – even for price – and blimey! I’m so happy not to answer a limited and repeating range of questions earlier readers sadistically used to come up with. They often used to interpret Gonzo more as a salesman than a hobbyist and that made it difficult putting across the point the way several of these people wanted it to be: A shortcut to portray themselves as seasoned watch collectors right from day one! But to realise no particular watch is a thoughtless product or that expertise can never be obtained through shortcuts – be it in making the watch or collecting it –is after all, a matter of realising how it is done.
Thus, I stress more upon providing info on the way how things just work out fine with points to consider rather than with the rules of thumb to be followed strictly while buying a watch; I really don’t see a need to become the Watch Nazi! Oftentimes (and more often than not), my replies went harsh but I must also thank them readers for their generosity to completely overlook the rude part most of the times. Grateful to that; I present the Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043!

I would readily put the Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043 as a nice men’s watch for all sorts of budgets, including pathetically mortal ones for an A1 grade sports-luxury piece. It’s a new model released in 2016 under the Prospex line – the professional specifications line with ISO certifications. It’s far better than many of the overpriced and gaudy varieties that you first need to grow a taste for appreciating them better. With the Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043, there are no such hard rules. The Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043 is rather, a guide to the further development of one’s taste in watch wearing.
How relevant is the Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043 depends on what your needs are. If it is practicality, the fun-to-wear factor and ubiquity, then the Seiko Trans Ocean Ltd. Edition has many a reason for making you bend towards it. Practicality endorses extreme reliability and sturdiness, both in and outside. The Calibre 6R15 Automatic Movement makes it possible for this A+ grade, less-expensive Seiko Automatic Prospex 200M Diver Trans Ocean “Limited Edition” SBDC043 sports watch to exist.
To conclude: The Trans-Ocean is certainly not something that resembles expensive, haute-horlogerie pretensions but rather the one that attends to the characteristics of an individual and his watch-wearing instances.

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