Monday, February 15, 2016

Seiko's Elite Prospex Collection Raises the Bar for True Adventure Sports Watches

The Seiko Prospex Collection of truly exceptional sports watches is a triumph of fine engineering by the Japanese watchmaking giant. The collection of outstanding sports chronographs made for the true adventurer and sports lover is available across select points of sale across the region.

True sports watches have always presented the greatest challenges for the watchmaker, whether the watches were meant for adventures on land, sea or sky. The master watchmakers at Seiko, have over the years become true experts in the craft, perfecting the science behind a true sports watch.

The Prospex Collection is the epitome of that mastery, the process of which began with Seiko's first diving watch in 1965. Now, Seiko Prospex brings together all Seiko’s sports watch expertise in one collection.
Seiko Prospex is Seiko’s first new mainstream Elite collection and takes its place alongside Sportura and Velatura as an important new reference point in the world of sports watches.

Ever since, the challenge of sports has inspired Seiko to create new technologies, new materials, new functions and new display systems to serve the needs of true sports enthusiasts worldwide.

In particular, Seiko pioneered several features in diver’s watches that are now widely accepted as setting the global standard, including the ‘accordion’ or corrugated style strap, the wide arrow-shaped hands for extra legibility, and the two-piece case construction for added security.
Adventure sports know no boundaries. Whether for use on the sea, on land or in the sky, the adventure sports enthusiast will find the Prospex watch that meets the challenge and delivers precision and reliability in even the most adverse conditions. Prospex is built to perform and built to last.

The collection is broad in the range of sports watches it includes, incorporating all Seiko’s technologies, Kinetic, solar, quartz and mechanical, and in its price range, with models starting at modest levels and going up progressively to top of the range, 1000 metre saturation diving watch.

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