Found some real-life pictures of Seiko Spirit Power Design Chronograph SBPP003. Check the black Arabics subdial layout at 12 o’clock & 6 o’clock, the black bezel on a white dial, the easy-grip-crown, the simple pushers, and especially the bracelet. Yes, the watch is about “design.”
Seiko quartz chronographs have always been competitors. This one’s a winner in my book. Can’t swing an Omega Speedmaster? Well, maybe…
Looks like this watch will gonna work with long-sleeved shirts. It sort of reminds me of the “Sumo” from the side. Like the low profile (above, left).
The non-tapering bracelet looks impressive, the solid end pieces and a solid three-piece clasp. Big fan of the Seiko Spirit Power Design Project ’round here.
These images come from the Japanese vendor 10Keiya, which has a store on Yahoo! Japan. Hope they won’t mind GMT+9 sharing them here, as you might not have seen them if we didn’t. The only thing about SBPP003 that I have a question about is the hands — wish they were outlined in black for easy viewing against the white dial. That’s where SBPP001 (below) comes in.