Seiko divers watch
Seiko Divers watch. The very first Japan’s Divers watch dates back in 1965. It is a self-winding automatic watch that can go as deep as 150m. It is made with an outsized crown and a rotating bezel with large hands and dial markers. Its launch jump-started Seiko’s pursuit of greater reliability. The first Seiko Divers watch proved its worth during the 8th Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. The succeeding years paved the way for a series of Seiko Divers watches, each an improvement of its predecessor.
The year 1975 witnessed the first appearance of the Professional Divers 600m created by Seiko. It marked the standards for future diver’s watches all over the world, with over 20 patents. Featuring new innovations in the casing to increase security against shock and corrosion; as well as in the style-strap to provide flexibility under water.
Over the years, advances in Seiko Divers watches became prominent to a larger worldwide audience as different features and movements were introduced in the series. The Seiko Quartz Divers, Computer Divers, Spring Drive Divers, Titanium Divers are some examples.
With half a century worth of expertise backed-up with history Seiko divers watch became the choice of many adventurers who are facing harsh environments and challenges today.
To further prove the worth of Seiko Divers watches in the professional level, here are some of Seiko’s famed achievements: Seiko helped to establish the standard for divers watches in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS).