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New Seiko Prospex Watches

Seiko Prospex Watches for Sale

Once it released its inaugural dive model, Seiko went on to create a variety of watches that have gained favour with athletes including professional divers and adventurers. Among this wide range of creations, the 1968 Seiko Professional Diver’s watch was a truly special one that gained no shortage of success with multiple generations of sports watch enthusiasts, grace to its sturdy design and high practicality. 

These days, the essence of this legendary sports model is given more life thanks to this family of watches for sport on land, water and in the air. Named the LX, it is perhaps best known for the way in which light plays beautifully off the unique dial of the watch.  

Indeed, at the 2018 Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, a Prospex rework of the 1968 Professional dive watch was given the Sports Watch prize. Of course, the Prospex design gang gave themselves a second of real pride. Not only had their watch won the highest possible award for an athletic model but the huge respect for the model on which the LX line is inspired was, yet again, clearly shown.  

The aesthetic of the Prospex LX line gives an uncanny balance. On the one hand, it is true to its history and its overall look show a clear inspiration with the older professional Diver’s. On the other, it is clearly contemporary in its creation. The center of the case is set low which means this watch sits flush on any size of forearm. Also the upper part of the casing is put at a more obtuse angle to give the polished item the chance to show off more of its brilliance.  

Perhaps most importantly, the modern vibe of the Prospex is shown in the utilisation of Seiko’s advanced 5R Spring Drive caliber, which provides one second per day accuracy levels along with top rated shock and heat resistance. Indeed, with such attributes, 5R is the ideal caliber for use in all varieties of sports and adventure pursuits; it has been the choice of astronauts heading to the International Space Station. In addition, the watch was and was worn by Yuichiro Miura on top of the globe as he chose to wear a Seiko Prospex Spring Drive on his third climb of Everest. 

The history of Seiko goes all the way back to the 19th century. Seiko’s creator, Kintaro Hattori, first started by repairing and making clocks for the people of Yokohama. The company soon gained a reputation for the quality of their work, with Seiko becoming one of the key timekeeping brands in Japan over the following decades.  

At the end of the 1950’s Seiko had started to offer it’s watches in the United States as well as other nations in the west. The timepieces were becoming popular in a variety of countries just at the correct time, as brand new conveyor belt technology gave them the possibility of making upwards of 3 million units per annum.  

This led to a huge boom in Seiko’s stock yet the company was not finished there. After initial successes with the Quartz clock, Seiko looked to evolve the first ever quartz wristwatch aimed at the masses. Then, it finally came. The Seiko Astron 35SQ was launched in 1969 and the brand predicted that, one day, all wristwatches would be made using the same revolutionary quartz technology. Surely Seiko, however, could not have predicted quite how correct this statement would go on to be.  

Seiko’s immense popularity continued to grow across the globe after the launch of the Seiko Astron. Once more, they were selected as official timekeeper for the Olympic Games – in this instance the Winter Olympics of 1972 in Sapporo. Seiko were by now almost exclusively creating quartz watches, launching the inaugural ladies quartz watch in that year too.

Seiko Prospex Divers Watches for Sale

Seiko Prospex stands for “Professional Specifications” and is renowned for its association with the professional sports industry. Fans and enthusiasts around the globe rely on Seiko for quality, reliability, and excellence. Challenge every limit with the Sieko Prospex divers watch collection for sports lovers and adventure thrill-seekers. If you’re bound for water, Seiko Prospex aims to bring greater reliability and safety to professional and recreational divers worldwide. 

Sea Series Features

Released in 1965, the Grand Seiko Spring Drive sea series watch is a top model watch, allowing you to dive underwater up to 1000m. Conquer challenges and exceed expectations in the deep blue with this innovative technology on your wrist. Brand fans are familiar with the amusing names given to each watch by the Seiko community such as “Samurai,” “Sumo,” and “Turtle.” If you’re a Seiko Prospex devotee, you are likely just as creative as your Seiko enthusiast peers. Get your Seiko Prospex divers watch in one of three different calibers, including automatic, kinetic, and solar. 

Automatic Caliber

Seiko automatic caliber is powered with a 6R15, manual winding option. This caliber offers a stop-seconds mechanism that is great for those who like to set their time to the exact second. This model provides a 50-hour power reserve for your convenience. To learn more about Seiko Prospex automatic caliber watches, contact us at today.

Kinetic & Solar Caliber

Seiko kinetic and solar caliber movement watches are especially large and striking. The bright hands and indices on the dial face make this watch easy to read in the dark. Get this highly coveted timepiece or contact us at to find a model that fits your style and needs today.

Explore our legendary Seiko Prospex divers watch collection at and take your deep sea dives to the next level today. 

Editor's Choice

Eric Adams
Associate Editor
Seiko Prospex Watches
Seiko’s Prospex Sea collection has enough options for just about everyone. Another watch that is water resistance up to 200m, it comes in different types of movements as well like solar, automatic and kinetic. The Prospex Sea comes in a stainless steel case with different band options in case you wanted something different than everyone else.
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