Seiko Adds 2 ‘Tuna’ Divers To Their Prospex Street Series Watch Collection

Nov 22, 2019

Category: Style

We were excited to see Seiko embrace streetwear culture with their most recent collection of Prospex watches. And while the trio of offerings that came with the announcement was more than enough, we were doubly happy to hear the Japanese brand still had more to offer — a pair of handsome ‘Tuna’ diver’s watches.

Called simply the SNE541 (black and silver) and the SNE543 (black and green), these new additions share much with their predecessors — including the shrouded tuna can-shaped case from which they’ve garnered their nickname, offset crowns, textured silicone straps, and (of course) their reliable solar-powered movements. The differences, however subtle, are still very much present, like monochrome bezels with more aggressive jimping and rectangular markings on the bezel and dial, as well as rectangular luminescent hands. Priced at $400 and $450, respectively, these new streetwear dive watches are available now.

Purchase: $400+

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