Seiko Prospex Save the Ocean 110 Anniversary - Limited Edition SPB333J1P

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It was 1913 when Japanese watchmaker and businessman Kintaro Hattori launched the Laurel, the timepiece we now consider Seiko’s very first wristwatch. The Seiko Prospex SPB333J1 Save the Ocean Limited Edition is nothing like the Laurel. This new limited edition of 5,000 pieces is, however, a celebration of 110 years of Seiko watchmaking. And it’s a particularly cool if not frosty diver at that. I mean, with its icy gray dial, it looks just like it just crawled out of the Arctic Ocean!

Brace yourself, Fratelli, for 2023 will be the year that will see a deluge of Seiko Watchmaking 110th Anniversary watches. Earlier this week, the brand’s very first wristwatch. Now it’s time for something completely different — a Prospex with a silvery-white dial showing a subtle, striated texture that looks like ice. Yes, the Prospex SPB333J1 Save The Ocean Limited Edition is one frosty piece of kit. This is a watch you could go ice diving with.

Glass Sapphire Crystal
Case Material Stainless Steel
Case Color Silver
Strap Material Stainless Steel
Movement Analog, Automatic
Function 3 Hands, Date, Automatic
Local Warranty 1 Year
Water Resistant 20 atm
Style Casual
Gender Men
International Warranty 1 Year
Case Size 41mm