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Introduced in 2004 – the sharp edged Samurai
The Samurai is one of the most eye catching and dramatic designs of all the Seiko divers watches. The distinctive bevelled lugs give the “Seiko Samurai” it’s nickname. Samurai covers several models incorporating the iconic angular design. The now famous hard edged case shape was first introduced in 2004.
Gone in 2013 – resurrected in 2017
First introduced in 2004 the Samurai remained in production for nearly a decade – ceasing production in 2013. Thankfully, Seiko resurrected it in 2017 and the next generation of Samurai hit the stores. The watch is mostly produced with a regular stainless steel casing, however, there is a much sought after version with a titanium case (reserved for the Japanese domestic market – JDM). To find out more please visit our page dedicated to a short history of the Seiko Samurai dive watch
What to pay for a pre-owned model
As with many other watches the price of a pre-owned Samurai is subjective, personal and very much varied. A regular steel cased version with standard dial, strap, hands etc is worth in the region of £225 to £275 depending on full set, papers, condition etc. From this starting value, prices can only go one way – UP. There are some VERY RARE models like the “YELLOW NINJA” Samurai SNM019 (7S35-00E0) – expect to pay over £2,500 for one of those. Also very popular, but not quite as hard to find, is the TITANIUM version with black dial. This stealthy black version has a value around £750 to £900
The Samurai is a very popular watch for all the right reasons, we are great fans. However – please also consider something from our Top 4 value for money dive watches. ISO rated dive watches at a fraction of the price.
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