Hands-on Review: Seiko Prospex SPB077

The world of watches has recently seen a surge in popularity and is followed by many enthusiasts.

It is possible to say that it is used to monitor the passage of time and is an essential component of a person’s sense of fashion, style, and individuality.

When it comes to watches, there are a lot of different brands out there, and each of them has its reputation.

One of the companies that can pique the interest of the community of enthusiasts with every new release is Seiko. It’s interesting to note that almost anyone has never heard of Seiko.

In this post, we will discuss one of the varieties of Seiko brand watches named Seiko Prospex SPB077 and investigate this specific model.

Watch lovers, are you ready? Let’s go to review!

As can be seen, Seiko is a well-known brand all over the globe that has a sizable following and holds a unique position in the hearts of those who are passionate about watches.

Now that we have your attention, we would like to talk about the hands-on: Seiko Prospex SPB077 watch and provide you with further information on this timepiece.

Therefore, let’s get started; there is a lot of work to be done:

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Seiko Prospex SPB077: Specifications & Descriptions

Now, after going over all of the characteristics that, in a nutshell, make the Seiko watch an elegant and one-of-a-kind timepiece, we decided on a model, and this is the watch that we will discuss in today’s article.

However, let’s begin with the reality that, while there are features of this watch that are exceptional and gorgeous, there are other aspects that may be a bit disappointing for certain people.

This is to be expected since nothing is perfect; nonetheless, the issue that kept coming up in our head was whether or not the 077 was worth an additional $1,000 compared to its less expensive Prospex brothers. Now, let’s check the reviews to see what kind of answers they have to provide to this question!

· Case and Durability

Let’s begin with the centerpiece of the presentation, the case itself. In general, the design of the casing of Seiko watches is the aspect that draws us to purchase another one of their timepieces again and again.

This is true for every day and old items, so don’t let it fool you into thinking otherwise. Their cases speak their unique language, which is more imaginative and dynamic than the standard fare in Switzerland.

The Seiko Prospex SPB077 case is an excellent illustration of this, as it combines a compact design with fashionable details and user-friendly features.

The SPB077 is not a delicate timepiece; its dimensions are 44 millimeters by 50 millimeters by 13.1 millimeters. We’d go so far as to say that it’s substantial on paper.

Consequently, the watch will give the impression of significantly tapers, producing an overall line that is slimmer around the wrist.

· Dial details

The dial of the Seiko Prospex SPB077 is, in a word, indicative of a Seiko Prospex diver dial; that is to say, it is uncluttered, legible, practical, and efficient. However, exciting.

Rather the reverse. The surface is matte black with lume-filled applied markings that have polished surrounds. The cover also features a textured design.

There are squared arrows denoting the six, nine, and twelve-hour markers, with considerable circles in between and a date window at three.

That brings us to the end of our discussion. The Seiko logo is located at twelve, the Prospex “X” is located above six, and “Automatic” and “Diver’s 200m” are located next to each other.

Overall, there are some unique sides to the placement of the dial details, which is interesting for the Prospex series.

Even though the Seiko Prospex SPB077 is a more costly watch, the execution of the dial was not as remarkable as on the less expensive Prospex watches we have seen. This is something that shocked us about the watch.

However, we have to consider that The Seiko didn’t focus on the dial to be exact on this model, keep reading to find out why.

However, it is essential to point out that the Lumi-brite continues to be quite effective and seems to shine continuously.

Now we’ll talk about the hands. The current handset included with the Seiko Prospex SPB077 has been an instant source of debate because some people find it offensive.

The hand that indicates the hour is shaped like a vast, exaggerated arrow, but the indicator that shows the minute is in the form of a straight sword with a sharp tip.

Both have a matte metal finish, black bases, and large lume filling throughout their bodies. The second hand is then the Seiko standard, a whisp-thin stick with a lollipop on the tail end of the stick.

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· Watch Bracelet

A steel bracelet is included with every Seiko Prospex SPB077-watch purchase. The distance between the lug and the clasp is tapered by 2 millimeters. The design has three links.

While the top surfaces of the side links are rounded conventionally, the top surfaces of the central link are flat and brushed, and the bevels on the top surfaces are flat and polished.

This results in the bracelet having an overall more aggressive appearance, an aesthetic that works well with the watch.

Similar to the case, the bracelet also has a Dial-Shield coating to protect against scratches. The overall quality of the bracelet is relatively high, thanks to its sturdy construction and high-quality finishing.

It complements the design, does not seem to have been added as an afterthought, and has an end-link that does not distract from the excellent lugs. Our only complaint is that it is not very comfortable to wear since it is quite a large watch attached to the bracelet.

As a result, we must remove it many times during the day to allow our wrists to breathe, particularly during the warmer months.

· 6R15 Caliber

The 077 is driven by Seiko’s 6R15 caliber, which can also be found in other Prospex divers in the middle-tier range, such as the SPB053.

The 6R15 has SPRON 510, enabling it to have a tighter daily accuracy of -15/+25 seconds a day compared to the 4R35’s -35/+45 seconds a day (specifications through The Watch Site). Additionally, the 6R15 has 50 hours of battery reserve instead of the 4R35’s 40 hours.


In the end,

In terms of appearance, it is a demanding Seiko diver with an aggressive design, so it looks fantastic.

The stunning black circle produced by the dial, chapter ring, and the bezel is eye-catching, and the lugs’ dramatic design adds an almost militarized element to the overall composition of the watch.

Because the bluish-green lume stands out clearly from any vantage point, the Seiko 077 is extremely simple to read, even at a quick look.

We often find that our eyes are drawn to the watch’s casing rather than the display. We indeed glance at the dial to check the time, but the case is where this watch’s design elements are housed.

Perhaps it is OK, but to us, it seems to disconnect from the rest of the sentence.

At the end of the article, we would appreciate hearing your insights on the Seiko Prospex SPB077 diver Review.

You can contact us via this very website.

5/5 (1 Review)

Hadis Vaziri

i’m Hadis and i’m one of the content writers/editors at SaatsazWatch. I’m here to deliver a helpful content about what you’re looking for and my goal is to update and develop new ideas. Contact me via hadis [@] saatsazwatch.com

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