This new watch joins the Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean series in support of several different marine conservation initiatives, one of which involves contributions to the National Institute of Polar Research, which is based in Tokyo.
Tokyo at night offers an unforgettable image with its high energy and ever-present neon lights. Two creations with the gradation colored dial inspired by the near-future city landscape. The Lumibrite on both the hands and indexes emits an ethereal blue glow and delivers high night-time legibility.
Two creations presented on Seiko’s first fabric straps made for the sea.
Ever since Seiko’s first diver’s watch was introduced in 1965, the company has continuously pushed back the boundaries of what diver’s watches can offer. Today, Seiko introduces in the Prospex collection two modern re-interpretations of landmark timepieces from 1965 and 1970 that are presented on special fabric straps designed and manufactured expressly for diver’s use.
Seiko Presage welcomes a new series that captures the vintage feel of a Seiko milestone watch combined with the traditional watchmaking skills for which the Presage collection is renowned. The new Seiko Presage "Style60's" series design takes its inspiration from the Crown Chronograph introduced in 1964.
World Premiere Slimline Monolithic Manufacture - 40Hz Frederique Constant unveils a technological breakthrough in the field of precision timekeeping. Marking a world premiere, Frederique Constant presents a silicon oscillator beating at an unprecedented pace of 288,000 vibrations per hour, or 40 Hz.