Many Seiko releases from years past have devoted followers, but few are as enthusiastic as those of the acclaimed automatic diver’s watch released in 2007. Fans of that watch, and of dive watches in general, will be thrilled to hear that Seiko is reissuing it in a powerfully updated package. The Prospex Automatic Diver is built to withstand anything you throw at it while retaining the eye-catching good looks of any Seiko piece. The striking black dial is framed by a rotating bezel and includes a date calendar and LumiBrite hands and markers. The automatic movement boasts an impressive power reserve of 70 hours and can be wound manually or automatically. Encased in stainless steel and water-resistant down to 200m, this is a watch that will look great in your day-to-day, and will rise to the occasion on your next adventure.
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