The currently produced SRP777K1 looks just like that, and for the price I don't know of anything that can compete.
Seiko somehow doesn't enjoy the prestige it deserves outside Japan.
They make everything from robust, reliable and inexpensive watches up to Credors costing a six figure sum with movement finishing comparable to a Philippe Dufour.
They also make just about all components from hairsprings to cases and crystals.
I recently bought a handwound Grand Seiko and am sorely tempted by one of the medium-priced Prospex models for everyday.