Declercq Juwelen bvba

Seiko SSC741P1

€450,00

Declercq Juwelen bvba

Seiko SSC741P1

€450,00

Seiko Automatic "Save the Ocean" Special Edition

The first diver's watch from Seiko, and also the first in Japan, was made in 1965, when watches with high water resistance were still relatively rare. It had an automatic caliber and was waterproof up to 150 meters. The watch was designed for maximum reliability and readability even under the toughest conditions and was used by the Japanese Antarctic Expedition (1966-1969). At that time, with navigation technology still in its infancy, a precise clock for astronomical observations in the polar region was absolutely essential, and the Seiko diver's watch proved to be a reliable companion on any expedition. However, this watch could do much more than meet the needs of Antarctic explorers. With the increasing popularity of scuba diving, a new broad audience for the watch developed. This led Seiko to develop continuous, accurate and safe diver watches, which continues today.

The Seiko Special Edition "Save the Ocean" was created together with the famous oceanographer Fabien Cousteau this edition. The automatic watch for men is technologically up to date. The men's diving watch houses an automatic movement that, when fully wound up, offers a power reserve of more than 41 hours. The design is characterized by the hour markers, which stand out sharply and are an integral part of the dial. characteristic. The red dot on the 12 o'clock position provides additional orientation. The diver's watch has fascinating as well as refined features. These include a hard-coated stainless steel case and Hardlex mineral glass, a water resistance of up to 200 meters for greater reliability and a stainless steel band for greater comfort on both the diving suit and on the wrist.

Seiko donates part of the proceeds from the sale of the new Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean models to this facility, which directly contributes to the health of the oceans.

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Seiko Automatic "Save the Ocean" Special Edition

The first diver's watch from Seiko, and also the first in Japan, was made in 1965, when watches with high water resistance were still relatively rare. It had an automatic caliber and was waterproof up to 150 meters. The watch was designed for maximum reliability and readability even under the toughest conditions and was used by the Japanese Antarctic Expedition (1966-1969). At that time, with navigation technology still in its infancy, a precise clock for astronomical observations in the polar region was absolutely essential, and the Seiko diver's watch proved to be a reliable companion on any expedition. However, this watch could do much more than meet the needs of Antarctic explorers. With the increasing popularity of scuba diving, a new broad audience for the watch developed. This led Seiko to develop continuous, accurate and safe diver watches, which continues today.

The Seiko Special Edition "Save the Ocean" was created together with the famous oceanographer Fabien Cousteau this edition. The automatic watch for men is technologically up to date. The men's diving watch houses an automatic movement that, when fully wound up, offers a power reserve of more than 41 hours. The design is characterized by the hour markers, which stand out sharply and are an integral part of the dial. characteristic. The red dot on the 12 o'clock position provides additional orientation. The diver's watch has fascinating as well as refined features. These include a hard-coated stainless steel case and Hardlex mineral glass, a water resistance of up to 200 meters for greater reliability and a stainless steel band for greater comfort on both the diving suit and on the wrist.

Seiko donates part of the proceeds from the sale of the new Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean models to this facility, which directly contributes to the health of the oceans.