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New Seiko Prospex Watches

Seiko Prospex: Rugged Watches for Extreme Adventurers 

Since the brand’s foundation, the Japan-based company keeps on giving surprises to watch enthusiasts. And in 1965, Seiko continued its streak of stunning and exquisite pieces with its first-ever divers watch. The brand’s continued search for innovation and high-quality designs gave them a step ahead with their release of the Seiko Professional Specifications collection or the Seiko Prospex.

With leading sports models, the Seiko Prospex collection offers timepieces that are fitting for either the land, sky, sea, and street escapades. These watches house multiple functions and blend style, comfort, and durability for the ideal explorer accessory. 

Price List at a Glance: The Most Popular Seiko Prospex Watches


Price (Approximate)


Seiko Prospex Solar Chronograph SSC081P1$470 USD
  • 42m stainless steel case
  • Solar movement
  • Date and power reserve indicator
  • 100m water resistance
  • Date display, alarm, and chronograph up to 60 minutes
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Turtle” Automatic Diver’s SRP775K1$730 USD
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • 45m stainless steel case
  • Hardlex crystal
  • Luminous hands and markers
  • 200m water resistance
  • Day/date display and stop second hand function
Seiko Prospex Marine Master Professional 1000m SBDX013$2,989 USD
  • Mechanical automatic hand movement
  • 52mm Stainless steel case with hard coating
  • Sapphire crystal
  • Anti-magnetic
  • Lumibrite markers and hand
  • 50-hour power reserve
  • Second hand stop function
  • 1000m water resistance
Seiko Prospex Kinetic CMT Diver’s SUN019P1$940 USD
  • Kinetic movement
  • 48mm stainless steel case
  • Anti-reflective coated sapphire crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • Date display and hour, minute, and second function
Seiko Prospex Automatic First Diver’s Limited Edition 2017 SLA017$5,308 USD
  • 50 hours power reserve
  • 39.9m stainless steel case with super-hard coating
  • Box-shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
  • 200m water resistance
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Turtle” SRP773K1$730 USD
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • 45mm stainless steel case
  • Luminous hand and markers
  • Hardlex crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • Stop second hand function and day/date display
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Sumo” Automatic Diver’s SBDC031$503 USD
  • Stainless steel case
  • Hardlex crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • 50-hour power reserve
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • Second stop function
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Sumo” Diver 200m SPB103J1$750 USD
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • 45m stainless steel case
  • Sapphire crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • Date display
  • Stop second hand function
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Tuna” S23631J1$2,400 USD
  • Quartz Movement
  • Sapphire crystal
  • 1000m water resistance
  • 49.4mm stainless steel case with super-hard coating
  • 50-hour power reserve
  • Stop second hand function
  • day/date display
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Turtle” PADI SRPA21K1$420 USD
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • 45m stainless steel case
  • Hardlex crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • Day/Date display
  • Stop second hand function
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Tuna” SSG013P1$1,279 USD
  • Radio sync solar movement
  • 45m stainless steel case
  • Anti-reflective curved hardlex crystal
  • 100m water resistance
  • Radio signal receiving function
  • Power save function
Seiko Prospex “Seiko Samurai” SRPB51K1$525 USD
  • Automatic with manual winding movement
  • 43.8m stainless steel case
  • Hardlex crystal
  • 200m water resistance
  • Stop second hand function


How much is a Seiko Prospex Watch?

For adventure seekers, finding the perfect sports watch at a reasonable price is a challenge. But search no more, the Seiko Prospex collection offers top-quality functions and stylish designs roughly ranging from $216 USD to $5,999 USD. With designs made for escapades in the sea, land, sky, or street, you’re sure to find your match.

Prices for the Seiko Prospex Sea Series

At $509 USD, the sea-colored Seiko Prospex ‘Seiko Sumo’ Ref. SRPD23K1 features a 200m water-resistant timepiece. This Seiko Prospex diver includes lumibrite hands and indexes covered with hardlex crystal for a tough exterior. It’s made with a stainless steel case with a date and display and a stop second hand function for accurate time. 

But for the ultimate Seiko Prospex Diver piece, enjoy a 50-hour power reserve in the Seiko Prospex Marine Master Professional Ref. SBDX013. This dive watch mixes hardened stainless steel case, 1000m water resistance, and second hand stop function. Tagged at $3,016 USD, take pleasure in your underwater quests with its anti-magnetic feature.

In partnership with PADI, the largest diving network in the world, the trusted watch brand released special edition Seiko prospex diver designs including the Seiko Prospex ‘Seiko Tuna’ Ref. SRPA83K1. This massive 51.7mm dive watch is water-resistant for up to 200m and includes a silicone strap. Priced at $455 USD, its case material combines ceramic and stainless steel for a strong yet lightweight piece.

At just $499 USD, the Seiko Prospex ‘Seiko Turtle’ Ref. SBDY013 offers a 45mm stainless steel watch that’s water-resistant for up to 200m. It has a gorgeous gradient blue and black dial. This timepiece has a power reserve of 41 hours and has luminescent markers and hands for a well-rounded accessory. 

Prices for the Seiko Prospex Land Series

Rugged and heavy-duty, explore the highest mountain with the Seiko Prospex Sun Ref. 049P2. At $216 USD, this 100m water-resistant land watch has a kinetic movement and a hardlex crystal. Another accessory that’s perfect for dry quests is the Seiko Prospex Ref. SPB157J1. With a blue calfskin leather strap, it's made with a 70-hour power reserve and a stop second hand function. This 200m water-resistant accessory is around $689 USD. 

If you’re on the lookout for a land alternative to the Seiko Turtle, at $508 USD, the Seiko Prospex Tortoise Ref. SRPG17K1 is produced with a calfskin strap that’s paired with a stainless steel case. This automatic with a manual winding watch has a 200m water resistance and a rotating bezel for a classy yet highly functional land timepiece.

Prices for the Seiko Prospex Sky Series

Incorporating all the necessary details for your sky adventures, the Seiko Prospex Ref. SRPC31K1 combines stop second hand function and a rotating compass inner ring. With just $499 USD, this reliable sports watch has a 42mm hardened stainless steel case and a hardlex crystal. 

For an elegant solar-fueled timepiece, the 100m water-resistant Prospex Ref. SSC611P1 gives you both a casual and dressy look. This aviation-focus accessory contains a calfskin leather pairing perfectly with the stainless steel case. With a chronograph up to 60 minutes, enjoy a refined piece at $345 USD.

Prices for the Seiko Prospex Street Series

Sleek and compact, the Seiko Prospex Street Series promises the famous exterior protector from the 1975 Seiko diver in a solid modern design for urban living. Sturdy and lightweight, the Seiko Tuna Prospex Ref. SNE537P1 is solar-powered and equipped with a quick start function. It’s water-resistant up to 200m and costs $470 USD.

The Revolutionary Seiko Spring Drive: What You Need to Know

Started out as a dream that turned into a success in 2005, the Seiko Spring Drive is one of the most mysterious movements in watch history. Previously seen on the Grand Seiko pieces such as the Seiko Spring Drive Ref. SBGA225, this revolutionary movement transported the respected brand’s technology to new heights.

Since its unveiling, the Seiko Spring Drive sparked debates on how it powers watches. With a mechanical movement and accuracy of quartz, the spring drive keeps the accessory running through the mainspring. It works hand in hand with a gear train to pass on power to the Tri-Synchro Regulator to transmit precise time that’s accurate to one second per day. 

The Tri-Synchro Regulator is also in charge of controlling the speed of the glide wheel by generating a magnetic force. The intricate Seiko spring drive boasts high accuracy, natural and continuous flow of time, and a power reserve of 72 hours.

The Brilliantly Simple Seiko Prospex LX Line

A renowned industrial designer, Ken Okuyama, together with Seiko, bring simple yet contemporary models with the Seiko Prospex LX line. Its name LX is inspired by the Latin word “lux” which means light and is influenced by the way light reflects on each watch.

With a subtle nod to the 1968 professional diver’s watch, just like the original Prospex line, the LX collection is divided into three elements— sky, sea, and land. Both land and sky variants incorporate a GMT hand but differ on the bezel. The land version has a compass bezel while the latter shows a bi-directional bezel for a third-time zone time showing. The Seiko Prospex LX sea type, on the other hand, contains a unidirectional bezel so you can easily track your diving length.  

One of its popular designs, the Seiko Prospex LX Ref. SNR029J1 promises water resistance for up to 300m with a 44.8mm super hard-coated titanium case. Considered the cleanest among the line, the $5,999 USD divers watch has an anti-reflective sapphire crystal and is powered by spring drive.

History of the Seiko Prospex: How It All Started

Seiko’s dive timepieces have come a long way. These sports watches started in 1965 with the first Japanese water timepiece, the 6217. The self-winding 150m piece was made as an answer to a professional diver’s call for a durable diving time accessory. In a letter, the avid marine explorer said that most watches get damaged in depths greater than 300m. 

In 1975, Seiko produced the Diver’s 600m as the first titanium-made marine piece. They also unveiled the first quartz-powered diving watch in 1978 and in 2005 the launch of the first spring drive enabled marine sports watch. Now, with various technologies developed, the high-end Seiko Prospex promises professional functions for different types of activity.

In time, the company made watches that are appropriate for land, sky, and street. In 2018, at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève, the remodeled 1968 dive watch in the Seiko Prospex LX line was given as a special prize. It was also recognized as the GPHG Sports Watch of the same year.

A modern rendition of the 6217, the limited edition Prospex Automatic First Diver Ref. SLA017 made a splash in the industry with its 200m water resistance in 2017. The 39.9mm stainless steel case is paired with a super-hard coating and an anti-reflective sapphire crystal. With a 50-hour power reserve, this elegant Seiko Prospex diver watch costs approximately $5,308 USD.

Why should you buy a Seiko Prospex watch?

When it comes to classic durable sports watches, you can never go wrong with Seiko Prospex. From the cases, the dials, and even the movements, these parts are produced mainly in their manufacturing company allowing them to have full control over the quality. Solid and reliable, here are a few reasons why the Seiko Prospex is more than just its price: 

1. Easy to Read Display 

The Lumibrite-coated markers and hands allow these sports watches to have a glowing face. A newly developed paint by Seiko, it absorbs the light emitted by the sun. This helps your watch glow for an easy time checking while on your marine quest.

2. Tough Crystal

Most Seiko Prospex watches use sapphire crystal for a sturdy cover. Coming in second in terms of hardness with diamonds, the sapphire cover lets you enjoy your greatest exploits without the worry of scratching or damaging your watch.

3. Budget Friendly

Perfect for anyone who is just starting to collect sports watches, the Prospex models offer high-quality pieces at just the right price. You sure won’t burn a hole in your pocket with these amazing watches that start at $216 USD.

Challenge Your Limits with the Seiko Prospex

With Seiko’s aim to bring greater robustness and safety to both professional and recreational adventurers, you’ll be sure that their watches give more than just function. Savor every bit of your adventure milestones with the standards-challenging and technologically-innovative Seiko Prospex. 

Editor's Choice

Eric Adams
Associate Editor
Seiko Prospex Watches
Seiko’s Prospex Sea collection has enough options for just about everyone. Another watch that is water resistance up to 200m, it comes in different types of movements as well like solar, automatic and kinetic. The Prospex Sea comes in a stainless steel case with different band options in case you wanted something different than everyone else.
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