Rare, coveted, and often overpriced on eBay by greedy sellers, the Seiko Sawtooth Blue Wave SHC057P1 was a sort of casual grail of mine over the years. A seller asked a reasonable price, had the watch in mint condition, and had upgraded it to sapphire.
The watch came in the original box with two links. After adding them, the bracelet is loose but not real loose in the way that I like. I tend to wear my bracelets looser than most. The 47mm Sawtooth has 20mm lug width bracelet, and I'm wondering if I should keep this beautiful piece that it might be more comfortable if I get an Endmill bracelet that I can wear as loosely as I like.
The shade of blue is irresistible and the overall look, with the Tuna shroud, is essential Seiko styling. The lume is on par with my Seiko Tunas. I should keep this, but I don't like the way it sits on my wrist in its current configuration. I may have to either buy an Endmill for it and sell it on eBay.