Following up on the popular Super 7, Rotary has released the Rotary Seamatic, a slightly different take on this budget dive watch. There are a few changes from the Super 7 Scuba, most notably the bezel, dial, and hands, and the slightly different crown, but the case and bracelet stay the same. Pricing is set at $350, which is a little more than the Scuba sold for, though that was almost two years ago now, so I guess I can understand the price increase. What hasn’t changed is Rotary’s attempt to release new models with classic looks and modern appeal and they have managed to keep the budget buyers in mind. Lets take a look.
- 300 Meters Water Resistant
- Scratch Resistant Sapphire Glass
- Dual Colored Luminous Hands & Markers
- Miyota 8215 Movement
- Screw Down Embossed Crown & Case Back
- 120-Click Unidirectional Bezel With Luminous Pip
- 42mm Case
- 22mm Lugs
- 13.4mm Thick
- 48mm Lug to Lug
- Ceramic Bezel Insert
- 206 Grams in Weight
Rotary Website: https://www.rotarywatches.com/henley-seamatic
Its true, the Rotary Seamatic is very similar to the Rotary Super 7 Scuba, in fact, it shares the same dimensions, case, and bracelet, but they have changed things up a bit with a different bezel and bezel insert, new dial, and hands, and a slightly different crown. These new divers come in 4 different colors, black, blue, yellow, and green, with all having an orange second hand except the yellow dial, and the yellow dial also sports a black bezel instead of a color-matched bezel.