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NEIGHBORHOOD and Seiko Team Up For Limited Edition Prospex Diver

NEIGHBORHOOD and Seiko Team Up For Limited Edition Prospex Diver


Japanese streetwear brand Neighborhood has prodded an upcoming delivery done in a joint effort with Seiko: a restricted release Prosepx reference SBDY077. The watch will be delivered on January fifteenth and be restricted to 1,000 models accessible through Neighborhood’s online shop just as other select Japanese retailers. The actual watch will be an absolute necessity have for streetwear authorities and ends up bringing to the table a great deal to appreciate regardless of whether this is the first you’re becoming aware of the Neighborhood brand. 

The dark steel case gets a matte dark cover for an estimation of 44mm in breadth. The little carries should keep this one well inside wearable domain, be that as it may. The watch gets a dark dial with thick utilizations of yellow lume for the hour markers and hands. A date opening shrouds away at 4:30 with a shading coordinated date wheel in order to not carry a lot of thoughtfulness regarding itself. Sitting underneath the profundity rating at 6 o’clock sits the “NEIGHBORHOOD” marking delivered in rich red, flying off the dial in emotional fashion. 

The watch gets a blue/dim bezel embed with a red highlight at the pip, complementing the dial with a novel arrangement of shadings that set this apart from your normal Prospex model from Seiko. A dark silicone tie with an engraved guardian is given to keep the power outage topic going. Turning the watch over you’ll locate an engraved caseback with the individual number out of 1,000. Inside the watch beats Seiko’s 4R35 type.

The SBDY077 is estimated at ¥69,000 (~$665) and will be accessible on January fifteenth. In the event that you’ve at any point endeavored to score advertised merchandise in the streetwear space you’ll realize how precarious the possibility can be, so we’d recommend setting a warning for yourself and be prepared to move speedy when it discharges. More on this from Neighborhood here .