In 1965, Seiko introduced its, and Japan’s, first-ever diver’s watch, known to fans as the 62MAS. Designed for maximum reliability and legibility in the harshest conditions, the 62MAS laid the path to the development of numerous landmark watches that won the favor of professional divers and adventurers alike.
As part of its Save the Ocean initiative, Seiko Prospex supports chosen marine charities. One of these is an underwater archeology project exploring a historical site in Greece to protect its cultural heritage for future generations.
Today, Seiko Prospex introduces a new interpretation of its 1965 diver’s watch inspired by the world of underwater archeology and this project.
Limited edition of 1,300 pieces
23561 - M
|Reference Number||Limited edition of 1,300 pieces|
|Movement||8L35 - Automatic with manual winding|
|Case Size||Thickness:13.1mm Diameter:41.3mm Lug-to-lug:47.6mm|
|Case Material||Stainless steel (super hard coating)|
|Crystal||Curved sapphire crystal|
|Water Resistance||200m / 660ft diver's|
|Type Of Strap||Silicone -20mm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||1 year international plus 2 years Canada|