In the years since it released its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has developed new technologies, features, and designs that have won the favour of professional and recreational divers the world over. Through more than half a century of innovation, the company has continuously pushed the boundaries of where sports watches, and diver’s watches in particular, can go and how they can be used. Continuous enhancements in safety, reliability, legibility, and ease of use have made Seiko a leader in diver’s watches.

In the years since it released its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has developed new technologies, features, and designs that have won the favour of professional and recreational divers the world over. Through more than half a century of innovation, the company has continuously pushed the boundaries of where sports watches, and diver’s watches in particular, can go and how they can be used. Continuous enhancements in safety, reliability, legibility, and ease of use have made Seiko a leader in diver’s watches.

Seiko is introducing three new Prospex creations that are modern re-interpretations of the original Seiko diver's watch from 1965, each upgraded with 300 metres of water resistance and a power reserve of three days.

Seiko is introducing three new Prospex creations that are modern re-interpretations of the original Seiko diver's watch from 1965, each upgraded with 300 metres of water resistance and a power reserve of three days.

DESIGN

DESIGN

More power, greater water
resistance, and enhanced legibility

Each watch is powered by one of Seiko’s latest in-house automatic movements, Caliber 6R55, which has a power reserve of 72 hours. The watches are further enhanced to ensure water resistance to 300 metres, a first for Prospex non-saturation diver’s watches. The date window has been moved to the space between four and five o’clock to allow for a more symmetrical design and more space to be filled with Lumibrite, ensuring high legibility even in dark conditions.

More power, greater water
resistance, and enhanced legibility

Each watch is powered by one of Seiko’s latest in-house automatic movements, Caliber 6R55, which has a power reserve of 72 hours. The watches are further enhanced to ensure water resistance to 300 metres, a first for Prospex non-saturation diver’s watches. The date window has been moved to the space between four and five o’clock to allow for a more symmetrical design and more space to be filled with Lumibrite, ensuring high legibility even in dark conditions.

A compact construction designed for comfort

The reliability, safety, and ease of use required of a Seiko diver's watch are all provided for in the new, more compact design. With a case diameter of 40.0 mm, a lug-to-lug length of 46.4 mm, and a thickness of 13.0 mm, the watch’s compact dimensions offer excellent wearability for everyday use. A new bracelet with shorter links and a smaller clasp allows the watch to conform to the wearer's wrist and provides a new level of comfort. The shorter lugs also ensure a high degree of wearability.

A compact construction designed for comfort

The reliability, safety, and ease of use required of a Seiko diver's watch are all provided for in the new, more compact design. With a case diameter of 40.0 mm, a lug-to-lug length of 46.4 mm, and a thickness of 13.0 mm, the watch’s compact dimensions offer excellent wearability for everyday use. A new bracelet with shorter links and a smaller clasp allows the watch to conform to the wearer's wrist and provides a new level of comfort. The shorter lugs also ensure a high degree of wearability.

COLOUR VARIATIONS

Classically styled black and blue creations join the main Prospex collection.

COLOUR VARIATIONS

Classically styled black and blue creations join the main Prospex collection.

Since the beginning of Seiko in 1881, the company has continued to innovate in line with the founder's philosophy to be "Always one step ahead of the rest." In 1924, the company introduced the first wristwatch with Seiko on the dial, signifying the beginning of the Seiko brand. The year 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of this landmark event. In celebration, a third creation with a charcoal-grey coloured dial is being introduced as a special edition.

Since the beginning of Seiko in 1881, the company has continued to innovate in line with the founder's philosophy to be "Always one step ahead of the rest." In 1924, the company introduced the first wristwatch with Seiko on the dial, signifying the beginning of the Seiko brand. The year 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of this landmark event. In celebration, a third creation with a charcoal-grey coloured dial is being introduced as a special edition.

This special edition features gold-coloured accents that celebrate the anniversary year while calling to mind the many watchmaking advances that have been brought forth under the Seiko name.

This special edition features gold-coloured accents that celebrate the anniversary year while calling to mind the many watchmaking advances that have been brought forth under the Seiko name.

The special edition watch comes with an additional strap made entirely of recycled plastic bottles. It was created using a traditional Japanese braiding technique called Seichu. The strap presents a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and texture and is specially manufactured to have a tensile strength nearly four times that of regular Seiko fabric straps*. Its strength and resistance to the degradation caused by exposure to sunlight meet the demanding standards required of Seiko diver’s watches. Thanks to its unique braiding pattern, the strap has the flexibility and air permeability to ensure maximum comfort on the wrist.

*Based on research conducted by Seiko.

The special edition watch comes with an additional strap made entirely of recycled plastic bottles. It was created using a traditional Japanese braiding technique called Seichu. The strap presents a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and texture and is specially manufactured to have a tensile strength nearly four times that of regular Seiko fabric straps*. Its strength and resistance to the degradation caused by exposure to sunlight meet the demanding standards required of Seiko diver’s watches. Thanks to its unique braiding pattern, the strap has the flexibility and air permeability to ensure maximum comfort on the wrist.

*Based on research conducted by Seiko.

SEIKO PROSPEX - 1965 Heritage Diver's

SEIKO PROSPEX - 1965 Heritage Diver's

Special Edition

SPB453J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB451J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB455J1

MRP: ₹ 1,30,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB453J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB451J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

Special Edition

SPB455J1

MRP: ₹ 1,30,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

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In the years since it released its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has developed new technologies, features, and designs that have won the favour of professional and recreational divers the world over. Through more than half a century of innovation, the company has continuously pushed the boundaries of where sports watches, and diver’s watches in particular, can go and how they can be used. Continuous enhancements in safety, reliability, legibility, and ease of use have made Seiko a leader in diver’s watches.

In the years since it released its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has developed new technologies, features, and designs that have won the favour of professional and recreational divers the world over. Through more than half a century of innovation, the company has continuously pushed the boundaries of where sports watches, and diver’s watches in particular, can go and how they can be used. Continuous enhancements in safety, reliability, legibility, and ease of use have made Seiko a leader in diver’s watches.

Seiko is introducing three new Prospex creations that are modern re-interpretations of the original Seiko diver's watch from 1965, each upgraded with 300 metres of water resistance and a power reserve of three days.

Seiko is introducing three new Prospex creations that are modern re-interpretations of the original Seiko diver's watch from 1965, each upgraded with 300 metres of water resistance and a power reserve of three days.

DESIGN

DESIGN

More power, greater water
resistance, and enhanced legibility

Each watch is powered by one of Seiko’s latest in-house automatic movements, Caliber 6R55, which has a power reserve of 72 hours. The watches are further enhanced to ensure water resistance to 300 metres, a first for Prospex non-saturation diver’s watches. The date window has been moved to the space between four and five o’clock to allow for a more symmetrical design and more space to be filled with Lumibrite, ensuring high legibility even in dark conditions.

More power, greater water
resistance, and enhanced legibility

Each watch is powered by one of Seiko’s latest in-house automatic movements, Caliber 6R55, which has a power reserve of 72 hours. The watches are further enhanced to ensure water resistance to 300 metres, a first for Prospex non-saturation diver’s watches. The date window has been moved to the space between four and five o’clock to allow for a more symmetrical design and more space to be filled with Lumibrite, ensuring high legibility even in dark conditions.

A compact construction designed for comfort

The reliability, safety, and ease of use required of a Seiko diver's watch are all provided for in the new, more compact design. With a case diameter of 40.0 mm, a lug-to-lug length of 46.4 mm, and a thickness of 13.0 mm, the watch’s compact dimensions offer excellent wearability for everyday use. A new bracelet with shorter links and a smaller clasp allows the watch to conform to the wearer's wrist and provides a new level of comfort. The shorter lugs also ensure a high degree of wearability.

A compact construction designed for comfort

The reliability, safety, and ease of use required of a Seiko diver's watch are all provided for in the new, more compact design. With a case diameter of 40.0 mm, a lug-to-lug length of 46.4 mm, and a thickness of 13.0 mm, the watch’s compact dimensions offer excellent wearability for everyday use. A new bracelet with shorter links and a smaller clasp allows the watch to conform to the wearer's wrist and provides a new level of comfort. The shorter lugs also ensure a high degree of wearability.

COLOUR VARIATIONS

Classically styled black and blue creations join the main Prospex collection.

COLOUR VARIATIONS

Classically styled black and blue creations join the main Prospex collection.

Since the beginning of Seiko in 1881, the company has continued to innovate in line with the founder's philosophy to be "Always one step ahead of the rest." In 1924, the company introduced the first wristwatch with Seiko on the dial, signifying the beginning of the Seiko brand. The year 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of this landmark event. In celebration, a third creation with a charcoal-grey coloured dial is being introduced as a special edition.

Since the beginning of Seiko in 1881, the company has continued to innovate in line with the founder's philosophy to be "Always one step ahead of the rest." In 1924, the company introduced the first wristwatch with Seiko on the dial, signifying the beginning of the Seiko brand. The year 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of this landmark event. In celebration, a third creation with a charcoal-grey coloured dial is being introduced as a special edition.

This special edition features gold-coloured accents that celebrate the anniversary year while calling to mind the many watchmaking advances that have been brought forth under the Seiko name.

This special edition features gold-coloured accents that celebrate the anniversary year while calling to mind the many watchmaking advances that have been brought forth under the Seiko name.

The special edition watch comes with an additional strap made entirely of recycled plastic bottles. It was created using a traditional Japanese braiding technique called Seichu. The strap presents a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and texture and is specially manufactured to have a tensile strength nearly four times that of regular Seiko fabric straps*. Its strength and resistance to the degradation caused by exposure to sunlight meet the demanding standards required of Seiko diver’s watches. Thanks to its unique braiding pattern, the strap has the flexibility and air permeability to ensure maximum comfort on the wrist.

*Based on research conducted by Seiko.

The special edition watch comes with an additional strap made entirely of recycled plastic bottles. It was created using a traditional Japanese braiding technique called Seichu. The strap presents a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and texture and is specially manufactured to have a tensile strength nearly four times that of regular Seiko fabric straps*. Its strength and resistance to the degradation caused by exposure to sunlight meet the demanding standards required of Seiko diver’s watches. Thanks to its unique braiding pattern, the strap has the flexibility and air permeability to ensure maximum comfort on the wrist.

*Based on research conducted by Seiko.

SEIKO PROSPEX - 1965 Heritage Diver's

SEIKO PROSPEX - 1965 Heritage Diver's

Special Edition

SPB453J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB451J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB455J1

MRP: ₹ 1,30,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB453J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

SPB451J1

MRP: ₹ 1,10,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024

Special Edition

SPB455J1

MRP: ₹ 1,30,000

[ Caliber 6R55 ]

Available in June 2024