Item: 1169491

Seiko Prospex Divers Save The Ocean Blue Dial Stainless Steel Watch

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This Seiko Prospex watch is part of the Save The Ocean collection and features a dial inspired by the view of the ocean from a Manta Ray's perspective. The wave patterns and colours on the dial are reminiscent of sunlight refraction and waves seen from under the sea. The watch also has a ceramic black bezel and sapphire crystal. Seiko donates proceeds from the Save The Ocean collection to support ocean conservation. This special edition timepiece comes with a Save the Ocean box and is nicknamed the Samurai by fans due to its angular design. Seiko Prospex watches are built for sports and adventure, and Seiko has been a pioneer in innovative dive watchmaking since launching Japan's first diver's watch in 1965.
Item:  1169491

Stone(s)
Stone Type
No Stone
Watch Design
Model Number SRPE33K1
Watch Brand Seiko
Watch Style Classic
Movement
Automatic
Water Resistance 200 m
Watch Strap Style Bracelet
Watch Strap Colour Silver-Tone
Watch Strap Material Stainless Steel
Watch Face Diameter 43 mm
Watch Face Shape Round
Watch Face Colour Blue
Watch Features Analogue; Date; Divers
Watch Case Material Stainless Steel

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This Seiko Prospex watch is part of the Save The Ocean collection and features a dial inspired by the view of the ocean from a Manta Ray's perspective. The wave patterns and colours on the dial are reminiscent of sunlight refraction and waves seen from under the sea. The watch also has a ceramic black bezel and sapphire crystal. Seiko donates proceeds from the Save The Ocean collection to support ocean conservation. This special edition timepiece comes with a Save the Ocean box and is nicknamed the Samurai by fans due to its angular design. Seiko Prospex watches are built for sports and adventure, and Seiko has been a pioneer in innovative dive watchmaking since launching Japan's first diver's watch in 1965.
Item:  1169491

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