Seiko's reputation for reliable and durable diver's watches was forged in the 1960's and 1970's when they were chosen by adventurers and researchers on expeditions to the north and south poles.


The power and beauty of polar glaciers are captured perfectly in the intricately patterned dials. The rich heritage of the 1965 diver's watch is represented in the deep blue colour of the dial.

Save the Ocean Special Edition

Its solid construction, luminous hands and indexes and 150 metre water resistance were perfect for those who required a timepiece with exceptional strength and visibility.

The watch proved its reliability in extreme conditions when it was worn by the Japanese adventurer, Naomi Uemura, in the years 1974 to 1976 when he completed a 12,000km solo dog-sled run from Greenland to Alaska.

Diver's Modern Re-interpretation

The landmark 1968 diver's was Seiko's first watch with 300m water resistance and a 10-beat automatic movement. With a one-piece structure, a mono-directional rotating bezel and screw-down protection crown, this timepiece pushed back the frontiers of precision, durability and ease of use in watches for professional and recreational divers.