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WIN! An Australasian Exclusive ‘King Turtle’ Seiko Prospex Worth $1,100!

In Partnership with Seiko

Limited to a mere 1,000 pieces and exclusive to Australasian market, the Seiko Prospex ‘King Turtle’ reference SRPH37K  is a special collector’s piece for the ultimate Seiko enthusiast. We’ve teamed up with the brand to offer our readers the chance to get their hands on one for FREE. Presented in a special box with an additional silicon strap, this is the ultimate when it comes to daily duties while remaining flexible enough to turn a few eyes on a night out.

To win, simply enter via the competition window below.


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Seiko Prospex ‘King Turtle’ SRPH37K

An iconic dive watch that sits amongst the ranks in history, the King Turtle has been a staple addition to Seiko’s lineup since it first hit the market in 1976 with reference 6306-7000/1. An exclusive to the Japanese market at the time and with a depth rating of 150-metres (200-metres today) it suited the needs of the everyday man and continues that tradition to this day.

Nicknamed the “Turtle” for its oblong case that resembles a turtle shell, today, the Prospex SRP series remains an entry point to the Seiko Diver lineup but arrives with a history adorned by its fans – of which there are many.

The SRPH37K is presented to the Australasian market in limited numbers. Upon first glance, the eye is immediately drawn to the black ceramic bezel housing the contrasting, yet understated, two-tone green dial with white font for increased visibility. The dial is finished in a three-dimensional cube pattern coloured in green, and the hands and hour markers combine silver with Seiko’s proprietary Lumibrite technology.


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Glass is sapphire and scratch-resistant, as is the magnifier fitted over the day and date function. All visible metals are made of stainless steel and the additional strap is extra-strength silicone with stainless steel clasp for a soft, comfortable, and sporty appearance. Powered by the movement of the wearer, or by winding the crown, the Automatic 4R36 calibre movement power reserve of 41-hours

The watch is water resistance to 200-metres and meets ISO6425 standards for divers watches, they don’t call it a ‘King Turtle’ for nothing!

Dimension: Ø 40.50mm
Movement Type: Mechanical self-winding
Calibre: 4R36
Material: Stainless steel
Colour: Olive Green Dial
Price: $1100

At its core, the Seiko Prospex ‘King Turtle’ is the everyday watch and we want you to enjoy it as such! We’ve teamed up with Seiko to offer our readers the chance to get their hands on one for FREE. Whether you’re a seasoned watch enthusiast or maybe you’re just looking for a new daily, simply enter the competition below for your chance to win.

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WIN an Australasian Exclusive ‘King Turtle’ Seiko Prospex Worth $1,100!

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Ben McKimm

Ben lives in Sydney, Australia. He has a Bachelor's Degree (Media, Technology and the Law) from Macquarie University (2020). Outside of his studies, he has spent the last decade heavily involved in the automotive, technology and fashion world. Turning his passion and expertise into a Journalist position at Man of Many where he continues to write about everything that interests the modern man. Conducting car reviews on both the road and track, hands-on reviews of cutting-edge technology and employing a vast knowledge in the space of fashion and sneakers to his work. One day he hopes to own his own brand.