Prospex 1968 Re-Interpretation SPB187J1Sold
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This timepiece is one of a collection of new interpretations of Seiko’s diving heritage for 2020. This specific watch is inspired by the Seiko 1968 Diver’s 300m watch – which was the highest of world standards hi-beat calibre and was used for the first climb from Japan to Mount Everest.
The 2020 version has been modernised from the original version with a smaller case size – from 44mm to 42mm, high visibility dial layouts and increased power reserve to 70 hours with calibre 6R35.
Seiko Prospex watches are designed for sports lovers and adventure seekers in the water, in the sky or on land. Since launching Japan’s first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko’s innovative watchmaking has changed global dive watch standards.
Seiko began as a clock repair store in Tokyo in 1881 with a purpose to pursue watchmaking excellence and has grown into a global timekeeping presence. Renowned for horological innovation, Seiko timepieces deliver precisely beautiful Japanese aesthetics, brought to life through in-house manufacture.
- Dial colour: blue
- Movement: automatic calibre 6R35
- Power reserve: 70 hours
- Case size: 42mm
- Function: date
- Water resistance: 200m
- Strap: stainless steel