Seiko Black Series Prospex Divers

Jan 2, 2018

Category: Gear

A lot of us are still trying to shake off the cobwebs and grease our gears well enough to get back to work after all the holiday and new-years celebrating. Seiko, however, has already hit the ground running with their newly released Black Series Prospex Divers.

All three watches feature an aggresive, hefty look to them thanks to the hard black coating on the casing and the corresponding dark rubber straps. Other than their dark look and retro beige lume, the dive watches are relatively unique. The 45mm SRPC49k1 model has an automatic 4R36 movement while the 43mm SSC673P1 chronograph and 45mm SNE493P1 are driven by a solar-powered caliber V157 movement. All three have a depth rating of 200-meters and a cool factor that’s off the charts.

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