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From the introduction of its first sports watch in 1959, Seiko has been the choice of adventurers and explorers, while spearheading innovations in both technology and design. Prospex, short for “Professional Specifications” continues this legacy with both diver’s models for the sea and sport’s watches for the air and land.


With re-creations and re-interpretations of such landmarks as the first Diver’s watch in 1965, it’s first high-beat diver in 1968, and the first titanium professional saturation diver’s model in 1975, Seiko honors the iconic designs of the past while still staying true to it’s mantra of “Keep Going Forward”.

Prospex, short for “Professional Specifications” continues this legacy with both diver’s models for the sea and sport’s watches for the air and land.


Seiko Prospex continues to set new standards with vigorous design and advanced automatic mechanical movements such as the 8R mechanical chronographs with vertical clutch and column wheel for smooth, stutter free operation and the high-torque hand-assembled 8L35 caliber, engineered expressly for high intensity timepieces. In addition, the 6L37 movement allows a slim profile while meeting the strict standards for diver’s watches and the 6R54 GMT automatic caliber offers a power reserve of 72 hours, three full days.

Prospex collection


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The black titanium case and bracelet take inspiration from the dark of the night sky. The glittering gradation dial expresses the sky as it gradually begins to light up from the dark of night... ( Read More )
In 2021, a new Speedtimer series was introduced into the Prospex collection in honor of Seiko’s rich and continuing tradition of sports timing. .. ( Read More )
Seiko introduced its first diver’s watch in 1965. In the decades since, the company has developed new technologies, designs, and features that have made its collection of Seiko Prospex diver’s watches a favorite among professionals and enthusiasts the world over. .. ( Read More )
Since the beginning of Seiko in 1881, the company has continued to innovate in line with founder Kintaro Hattori’s philosophy to be "Always one step ahead of the rest." .. ( Read More )
The mission of Seiko Prospex is to protect the world’s oceans now and for future generations, and to secure this legacy for divers everywhere. To this end, Seiko Prospex supports various marine conservation activities through its "Save the Ocean" initiative. Today, Seiko Prospex introduces a new limited-edition diver’s watch GMT into the Save the Ocean series, which represents these conservation activities... ( Read More )
For its latest watch, Seiko Prospex has re-created the model from 1968 that was Seiko’s first GMT to feature a rotating bezel. The new limited edition is as faithful as possible to the classic sports design and compact dimensions that characterized the late-‘60s Navigator Timer. A distinctive five-row bracelet glitters to complete the watch’s classic and luxurious look... ( Read More )
In 1993, the Seiko Landmaster series was born in Japan. Throughout its three-decade history, the series has earned the trust and met the needs of adventurers and mountaineers with repeated improvements to its specifications. In commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the series, Seiko presents a new Prospex creation whose design is the high reliability of successive generations of Landmasters and the design of the most representative models... ( Read More )
In 1965, Seiko introduced its, and Japan’s, first diver’s watch, the 62MAS. In the years since, Seiko diver’s watches have earned the trust of professional divers and diving enthusiasts around the world thanks to innovations in durability, water resistance, and precision... ( Read More )
Ever since its launch in 2016, Seiko Presage has showcased timepieces that meld traditional Japanese decorative crafts displaying deep, hard-earned know-how with Seiko’s own long-established mastery of mechanical watchmaking. In doing so, the Presage Craftsmanship Series puts a spotlight on artisans whose finesse in traditional Japanese crafts finds new life on the miniature canvas that is a Seiko watch dial... ( Read More )
The history of Seiko began in 1881 when Kintaro Hattori opened a shop in Ginza to repair and sell timepieces. In 1913, his company produced Japan’s first wristwatch, the Laurel, and has advanced the art of watchmaking in the ensuing years through both technology and craft... ( Read More )