140th Anniversary Limited Edition 1968 Diver
140th Anniversary 1968 Diver's Watch Reinterpretation Limited Edition. Designed for those who treat life as the ultimate adventure, the Seiko Prospex line meets every challenge with technological excellence and style. To mark the 140th anniversary of the founding of Seiko, Prospex is celebrating its rich legacy of innovation in high-intensity timekeeping and the company's role as the preferred watch for explorers under the sea, on land and in the air. Complete with a special Limited Edition caseback, this extraordinary watch, a reinterpretation of Seiko's landmark 1968 diver's watch with sleeker lines for versatile wear, also pays tribute to one of the world's leading diving destinations, Irimote Island, one of the Yaeyama Islands, off Okinawa, nicknamed "the Galapagos of East Asia," with a rich "Island Green" theme reflecting the verdant primeval forests of Irimote. The black uni-directional rotating elapsed timing bezel frames a green dial with date calendar and large LumiBrite markers and hands designed for enhanced legibility. The 24-jewel automatic movement beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve of approximately 70 hours, and can be wound manually or automatically. Crafted of stainless steel with super-hard coating, this superbly functional timepiece features an anti-reflective sapphire crystal, screwdown crown and caseback, and tri-fold push button release clasp with secure lock and extender, and follows ISO standards for scuba diving to depths of up to 200 meters. Includes an additional green silicone strap. 200m Water Resistant
Length: 48.8mmCASE: Stainless steel case with super-hard coatingCRYSTAL MATERIAL: Sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inner surfaceDIAL COLOR: GreenSTRAP: Stainless steel bracelet with super-hard coating
Additional green silicone strap included
21,600 vibrations per hour
Power reserve: approximately 70 hoursWATER RESISTANCE: 200 meters (660 feet), follows ISO standards and is suitable for scuba diving.