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Powered by a new slimline movement, a new re-creation of Seiko’s first diver’s watch is closer than ever to the original.

The case diameter and size are the same as in the 1965 watch.
In 1965, Seiko introduced its, and Japan’s, first-ever diver’s watch. With an automatic movement and water resistance to 150 meters, the watch proved its reliability when it was used by members of the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition from 1966 to 1969. In the years that followed, Seiko created many other diver’s watches that, thanks to their high quality and reliability, found favor with professional divers and adventurers alike. Today, Seiko introduces into the Prospex collection a re-creation of the 1965 watch, known to fans as the 62MAS. The new timepiece’s design and dimensions are virtually identical to the original, while its specifications are thoroughly up to date.
The text on the dial is faithful to the style of the original
yet updated to reflect current specifications.
The watch is powered by the new Caliber 6L37, the first movement from the slimline 6L family made expressly for diver’s watches. It features the same accuracy and power reserve as the trusted 6L35 movement that is the mainstay of the 6L family; however, thanks to modifications in construction and material, its durability and shock resistance now meet the strict standards of a Seiko Prospex diver’s watch.
Thanks to the slim construction of the movement,
the watch is now 0.5mm thinner.
Although faithful to the original, the new watch naturally features the modern enhancements of contemporary Seiko watchmaking. It has a box-shaped sapphire crystal and 200 meters of water resistance for greater reliability. The strap pays homage to the original but is reproduced in high-strength silicone for greater durability and comfort. The hands and all 12 markers, including the marker by the date window and the pip on the unidirectional bezel, are filled with Lumibrite to enhance legibility in low-light conditions.

The case back features the same dolphin
emblem as the 1965 watch.

The watch is presented in a special box that
echoes the retro feel of those used expressly
for Seiko diver’s watches throughout the 1960s.

The 1965 re-creation will be available at select retail locations nationwide as a limited edition of 1,965 from August 2023.
The 62MAS was Seiko’s, and Japan’s, first diver’s watch.

Seiko Prospex The 1965 Diver’s Re-creation
Limited Edition: SJE093

Caliber 6L37
Frequency: 28,800 vibrations per hour (8 beats per second)
Power reserve: 45 hours
Number of jewels: 26

Stainless steel case
Box-shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inner surface
Screw-down crown, screw case back
Lumibrite on hands and indexes
Water resistance: 200m diver’s
Magnetic resistance: 4,800 A/m
Diameter: 38.0mm, Thickness: 12.5mm
High-strength silicone strap
Recommended retail price in USD: $3,500
Limited edition of 1,965


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Powered by a new slimline movement, a new re-creation of Seiko’s first diver’s watch is closer than ever to the original.