The orange accents across the watch capture the light that shines under the sea at night.
The hour markers and hands are coated with Lumibrite to ensure high legibility in the darkest of conditions.
The watches are offered with a fabric strap which incorporates a traditional braiding technique from Japan called Seichu. It's strength and resistance to degradation caused by exposure to sunlight meet the most demanding standards of Seiko Prospex diver's watches.
An additional black silicone strap will be included and can be worn in a wide range of situations.
The dial pattern expresses the texture of sand on the sea bed. The orange seconds hand adds a subtle and quiet accent.
The original model, launched in 1970, has long been loved by fans around the world for its tough specifications and flowing case design with an asymmetrical extension protecting the crown at the four o'clock position. The glass is a curved sapphire glass with an anti-reflective coating on the inside.
The case sides are carefully polished and the watch is presented on a five row steel bracelet to create a modern sharp profile.
The first metal bracelet in the Black Series is offered with a black silicon strap.
This timepiece is powered by Caliber 8L35, which was designed especially for diver's watches by the watchmakers at Shizukuishi Watch Studio in northern Japan.