Seiko Presents Limited-Edition Prospex Save the Ocean Timepiece

This year celebrates the 110th anniversary of Seiko‘s Laurel model, which also served as Japan’s first wristwatch. To commemorate the legendary clock, Seiko will release a series of watches, beginning with the limited-edition Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean watch.


The Prospex is a compact yet sturdy stainless steel case that is modeled after the 6105-8000 diver’s watch from 1968. The 41mm case is reinforced with a super-hard coating and coupled with a textured dial design inspired by Artic and Antarctic glacial seascapes, as well as landscapes.

The piece is equipped with the current and high-performance 6R35 automatic caliber, a date display, stops second and hand function, and a power reserve of up to 70 hours. The bracelet, like the case, has a five-row steel structure, a three-fold clasp, and a push-button release. As part of the Save the Ocean series, the watch includes a limited-edition strap with traditional Siechu braid work created from recycled plastic bottles.


The retail pricing of the Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean watch has yet to be announced, however it has been confirmed that only 5000 pieces will be available for purchase. On the caseback of each unit, the words “Limited Edition” are etched, along with its unique batch number. Visit the official website of Seiko Watches for additional details.