Seiko Prospex SLA037 The 1965 Diver’s Re-creation

Model #






Case Size

Thickness: 14.7 ㎜-Diameter: 39.9 ㎜-Length: 47.9 ㎜

Case Material

Ever-Brilliant Steel

Water Resistance

200m / 660ft diver's


Case Ever-Brilliant Steel
Case Back Screw
Case Length 47.9mm
Case Width 39.9mm
Case Thickness 14.7mm
Crown Screw-down
Crystal Box shaped sapphire
Dial Color Blue
Hands With Lumibrite
Dial Markers Indexes, Lumibrite
Functions Hours, Minutes, Seconds, Date, Rotating Bezel
Movement Mechanical Automatic with manual winding capacity, Caliber 8L55, +15 to -10 seconds per day, 55 hours power reserve
Water Resistance 200m
Bracelet Strap Silicone
Clasp Type Pin buckle
Warranty Full Factory Warranty


Seiko’s and Japan’s first ever diver’s watch was made in 1965 at a time when watches with high levels of water resistance were not widely available. It incorporated an automatic mechanical caliber and delivered 150m water resistance. The watch was designed for maximum reliability and legibility in the harshest conditions and was used by the Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition from 1966 to 1969. As leisure diving grew in popularity, the watch found favor with an ever wider public and set Seiko on a path of continuous development in durable, accurate and safe diver’s watches that has continued to this day.


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