Black Ceramic Luminous (Dual-Time) Bezel Insert for Seiko Turtle Watches #C11


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Product Code: C11
Island Watch Price: $45.00

Black Ceramic Luminous (Dual-Time) Bezel Insert for Seiko Turtle Watches #C11

This is a black luminous ceramic bezel that has 12-Hour markings for use as a dual time tracker. It is for Seiko SRP773, 775, 777, 779, SRPA21, etc. watches. Professional installation is recommended. If you wish to have us install it, please visit our: customized Seiko page. Numerals and markings are treated with C3 SuperLuminova. The bezel insert includes a adhesive sticker to secure the insert to your bezel
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Product Features
  • Color:Black
  • Material:Ceramic
  • Lume:C3 SuperLuminova treated markings
  • Fits:Seiko Turtle SRP773, 775, 777, 779, SRPA21, etc. watches.

Customer Review

6 Reviews

  • 5
    Changes the look of the SRP777

    Posted by Unknown on May 28th 2020

    Wanted to make my SRP777 Turtle look different from my other Turtles and the Dual-Time Bezel Insert fits the bill. Got it for the lumed, Dual-Time numbers and to match the watch with my #ISL-01.

  • 5
    Bezel insert

    Posted by john guadi on Apr 24th 2020


  • 5
    Dual time luminous bezel insert

    Posted by Chris Houseman on Apr 14th 2020

    This insert adds that pop to the turtle that you are looking for. I was surprised that the lume is almost as good as the stock Seiko Lume. This bezel is beautiful on my Turtle. Suggest that you install bezel first to get proper alignment. I bought all my mods from Marc @ LIW. He had everything needed to make my Turtle awesome.

  • 5
    Perfect fit

    Posted by Rick M on Mar 21st 2020

    Paired up perfectly with the big tooth bezel, would buy again

  • 4
    Nice product. Didn't install

    Posted by Walter Bak on Nov 10th 2019

    I found it too difficult to get the OEM bezel off and was concerned about scratching the watch. So I abandoned the project and have requested a return.

  • 5
    5 stars

    Posted by Alan Lauer on Sep 8th 2019