Seiko's, and Japan's, first diver's watch was born in 1965. With water resistance to 150m and an automatic movement, it proved its high quality and reliability when worn by members of the 8th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition in 1966. Thanks to the positive reaction of the members of the expedition on their return, Seiko's diver's watches were chosen by the same research team between the years 1966 and 1969, during which time the landmark Seiko diver's watch with 300m water resistance and a 10-beat automatic movement was created, in 1968.
Today, Seiko introduces into the Prospex collection a new interpretation of the 1968 diver's watch. The watch will join the Save the Ocean series in support of several different marine conservation initiatives
Movement: 8L35,Â Automatic with manual winding
Case:Â Ever-Brilliant Steel
Glass:Â Dual-curved sapphire crystal
Lumibrite:Â On hands, index(es) and bezel
Water Resistant:Â 200m / 660ft diver's
Case size: 42.6mmÂ
- An additional polyester strap is included
- LIMITED EDITION on the case back
- Screw case back
- Screw-down crown
- Serial number engraved on the case back
- Unidirectional rotating bezel
Limited edition of 600Â pieces
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