Prospex owes its origin to the blissful depths of the oceans. To honour its origin, Seiko launched the Prospex Save the Ocean Collection – advocating the preservation of the Earth's maritime environment.
The history of Seiko's diver's watches began in 1965 with Japan's first diver's watch. Since then, Seiko's diver’s watches have developed in response to the needs of professional divers, introducing many landmark timepieces with real advances in safety, reliability, legibility and ease of use.
The latest to join the Prospex Save the Ocean Collection is the Asia Special Edition model - SRPH43K1, inspired by the beautiful ocean and coral reefs. It will be exclusively available in Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East.
This Special Edition watch powered by Caliber 4R35 is nicknamed by Seiko fans as ‘Samurai’ - because of its angular-shaped design. Its case and lugs are composed of sharp surfaces that look as if they were sliced by a Japanese Samurai sword, while the powerful silhouette evokes a Samurai’s armour with protruding shoulders.
Echoes the spirit and vitality
of the ocean
The dial and silicone strap reflect the blueness of the sea, and the vivid orange highlights on the bezel, dial, and seconds hand are inspired by underwater coral reefs. A Zirconia ceramic bezel with orange numerals ensures both high legibility and durability.
Pushes innovation to its limits
The 43.8 mm case is made for the wrists of those born for adventures at sea. The Zirconia ceramic bezel complements the stainless steel case, and the prominent gold-toned crown extends past its guards to be easily gripped. With 200 m water resistance, this watch is designed to withstand the sheer depths of the ocean.
Seiko Prospex “Save the Ocean” supports marine conservation activities in order to give back to the diver's community. We support the coral protection education program of EEC Thailand (Environmental Education Center Thailand), an environmental and social business organisation in Thailand.