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Unveiling Seiko’s Stunning Prospex 1965 Divers Modern Reinterpretation Collection

The Prospex 1965 Divers Modern Reinterpretation lineup has just expanded, and this time, it's taking us on a captivating journey through the icy depths of American cold-water diving locations....

Seiko enthusiasts, it’s time to get excited once again! The Prospex 1965 Divers Modern Reinterpretation lineup has just expanded, and this time, it’s taking us on a captivating journey through the icy depths of American cold-water diving locations.

First up is the SPB419 (pictured above), drawing its inspiration from the mesmerizing Michigan blue ice. Now, you might be wondering, what’s so special about this ice? Well, it’s a phenomenon that occurs when ice forms slowly and evenly, resulting in large, crystalline structures. This unique formation allows light to permeate deeply, casting a striking, vivid blue hue upon the frozen landscape.Seiko has captured this enchanting beauty with an icy-blue gradation dial that pays homage to Michigan’s natural wonder.

Seiko SPB421 | Credit: Seiko

Our next adventure takes us to the rugged Alaskan landscape, a place where the bravest divers dare to explore glacial water tunnels. It might sound like a daunting endeavor, but the beauty hidden beneath the surface is unparalleled.

The SPB421 is a testament to the dark, mysterious waters of Alaska. Its dial boasts a rich, dark blue hue with a subtle gradation, reminiscent of the colors you’ll encounter when diving into the abyss.

Meanwhile, the SPB423 embraces the tranquil, light gray tones of glacial ice. Its gradated dial captures the essence of these frozen giants, offering a unique and sophisticated look.

The watches are crafted in stainless steel and measure at 40.5mm by 13.2mm, with a lug-to-lug measurement of 47.6mm. This size strikes the perfect balance between comfort and presence on your wrist.

The curved sapphire crystal comes with an anti-reflective coating on the inner surface, ensuring that you can read the time even in the brightest underwater conditions though if your taking it down to its depth rating of 200m, you likely aren’t seeing much light.

Inside these watches ticks the Caliber 6R35, boasting an impressive 70-hour power reserve. 

As a nod to their U.S. inspiration, these watches are exclusive releases available only at select Seiko retailers. The price tag? A reasonable US$1,250.

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