Prospex GMT Re-InterpretationS
These modern watches are powered by the new in-house Calibre 6R54 and are the first of Seiko’s diving watches with mechanical GMT functionality.
Built for wearability: the bracelet fits comfortably due to its low centre of gravity and short-pitch – and durability: with a three-day power reserve and high-quality scratch resistant Japanese ceramic Diving scale, its water resistance is up to 200m.
First released in 1965 for Japanese ‘Yama-otoko’ mountain men, to be reliable in treacherous terrain, the Alpinist is part of our Land collection.
Hugely popular with many fans worldwide, now available globally with upgraded specifications.
Prospex One Hundredth of a Second Speedtimer Solar Chronographs
The Speedtimer Prospex watch collection represents Seiko’s professional timekeeping heritage and takes inspiration from the brand’s innovative history.
This particular design is powered by a new in-house solar chronograph calibre equipped with a stopwatch which measures time to the nearest 1/100th of a second.
Prospex KING SUMO DIVERS
This watch shape is affectionately named ‘Sumo’ by Seiko fans because of its size and shape and the 12 o’clock marker – it’s a substantially strong looking timepiece.
This latest design has been updated with new modern features, including a ceramic bezel and super hard coating on the case and bracelet for durability. A new 3 row bracelet has been specifically made for this model, while the clasp has also been modernised.
Prospex Solar ‘Arnie’ Hybrid Diver’s 40th Anniversary
This diver’s watch is a modern re-interpretation of the Seiko “Hybrid diver’s,” a world-first originally released in 1982 as a hybrid combination of analogue and digital watch technology.
This model is also known as the ‘Arnie’ after the actor who wore it in the film ‘Commando’ and its watch shape is nicknamed by Seiko fans as a ‘Tuna’ – because of its larger diameter and bold shape like a tuna tin.
Prospex Heritage Turtle 1968 Re-Interpretation
This design is a modern interpretation of the original 1968 Turtle, featuring an elegant but sporty 5-row bracelet with newly developed compact clasps to match the slim case, while the date window is positioned for legibility, without interference with the indices.
PROSPEX SOLAR DIVER
This practical collection of watches with sapphire glass are conveniently solar-powered; the watches charge from both natural and electric light.
Prospex is a combination of the words ‘Professional’ and ‘Specifications’. These timepieces are designed to be practical, reliable and durable within extreme or everyday environments, for experts, sports lovers and adventure seekers alike.
PROSPEX BLACK SERIES
Very popular since its inception and now in its third year of limited edition release, Seiko Prospex Black Series was originally inspired by the mysterious world of night diving.
The 2021 collection is a trio of Seiko’s signature designs, incorporating a ‘Monster,’ ‘Tuna,’ and ‘Samurai’ – nicknames invented by Seiko fans for their shapes and looks.
Prospex 1968 Diver’s Re-INTERPRETATION
The overall design of these timepieces is inspired by the Seiko 1968 Diver’s 300m watch – which was powered by the highest of world standards hi-beat calibre and was worn for the first-ever Japanese Mount Everest expedition.
Several technical specifications have been upgraded and updated. The watches feature the high-grade 8L35 mechanical calibre. The case, bezel and crown are all made of Seiko’s Ever-Brilliant Steel, a grade of stainless steel which is more corrosion resistant than that which is commonly used in watches today.
PROSPEX ANTARcTICA ‘SAVE THE OCEAN’
These timepieces are inspired by the landscape of the world’s largest marine sanctuary – Antarctica. The dial’s graduated colour and texture echo the white-blue views of the area created by light reflected on the ice, whilst the penguin footprints at the 10 o’clock position represent the dwindling numbers of its inhabitants.
Seiko donates proceeds from these ‘Save the Ocean’ models to sea conservation and environmental organisations.
Popular with American troops in the 1970s, this watch was famously worn in the ‘Apocalypse Now’ film by Martin Sheen playing the character Captain Willard.
A hardwearing, easy-to-read timepiece which looks very different from other dive watches. Modernised from the original version with high visibility dial layouts, increased power reserve to 70 hours and a smaller case size for even more comfort.
PROSPEX 1965 ‘RE-INTERPRETATION’
Inspired by the 1965 Diver’s watch – Seiko’s and Japan’s first diving watch.
Upgraded from the original for increased comfort and higher visibility, with a clear dial layout, a smaller case size, lower centre of gravity and 70 hours of power reserve.
Exclusive to Seiko, as the only global watch brand to design a range of professional diver’s watches in official colours featuring the PADI logo.
PADI (The Professional Association of Diving Instructors) is the world’s leading scuba diving training organisation, unifying divers around the globe who share a passion for adventure and love for the ocean.
Named after Latin ‘Lux’ for light because of the acute angles within the design, refracting light and giving a real brilliance to each surface.
The LX range incorporates our Spring Drive movement, a watch movement pioneered by Seiko Watch Corporation’s engineers.
Introducing a new watch design to the Prospex Land collection, the ‘Tortoise’ is inspired by the popular diving watch shape nicknamed by Seiko fans as the ‘Turtle’ because of its shell-like profile.
This practical 2021 timepiece is powered by the 4R automatic calibre movement and includes a rotating compass bezel, crown at 4 o’clock for comfort with highly visible lumibrite on the dial and hands, easy to see in any light.