SEIKO PROSPEX RETURNS TO EXPLORE ANTARCTICA!

Built from the start for superior operation in the most hostile environments, Seiko diver’s watches were an immediate favorite for high-intensity exploration, becoming essential equipment for the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE) within a year of their 1965 introduction.

1968 DIVER’S MODERN RE-INTERPRETATION SAVE THE OCEAN LIMITED EDITION

Seiko’s, and Japan’s, first diver’s watch was born in 1965. With water resistance to 150m and an automatic movement, it proved its high quality and reliability when worn by members of the 8th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition in 1966. Thanks to the positive reaction of the members of the expedition on their return,

SEIKO PROSPEX U.S. SPECIAL EDITION PAYS TRIBUTE TO SPACE TRAVEL

In development for over 28 years, Seiko’s proprietary Spring Drive movement continues to function flawlessly when confronted with harsh conditions on earth, in the sea, or in outer space.  The movement can achieve an incredible accuracy of +/- 1 second per day (+/- 15 seconds per month) due to the unique Tri-Synchro Regulator which uses a combination of mechanical energy to drive it

SEIKO PRESAGE ARITA PORCELAIN DIAL LIMITED EDITION

Arita, a small town in Kyushu, the third largest island in the southwest of Japan, came to prominence in the early 17th century when clay suitable for porcelain manufacture was discovered there and its porcelain products soon became highly prized in Japan for the high quality of their artistry.

BUILT FOR THE ICE DIVER: SEIKO PROSPEX NEW U.S. SPECIAL EDITIONS

October 25, 2021 – Seiko Watch of America has announced a new series of Special Edition Prospex timepieces Built For The Ice Diver. Exclusively available in the U.S. market, this exceptional design continues the celebration of the brand’s tested performance in the harshest conditions as a follow-up to last year’s initial introduction.

SEIKO JOINS FORCES WITH OCEANIC SOCIETY AS AN OFFICIAL SPONSOR

July 23, 2021.- Seiko Watch of America has announced that it has become an official sponsor of Oceanic Society, America’s first ocean conservation non-profit. A leading manufacturer of diving watches through its high-intensity Prospex line, Seiko has long coupled the development of breakthrough technology for deep sea diving with activities to foster the protection and exploration of the world’s oceans.