Marinemaster 1965 Diver’s Watch Re-interpretation


Prospex Marinemaster 1965 Diver’s Watch Re-interpretation. Distinguished by its blend of functionality and aesthetics, this extraordinary timepiece, part of the first globally launched watch series to bear the “Marinemaster” name, features the first see-through screwdown caseback on a Seiko diver’s watch, as well as an elegantly chamfered case and bezel and a flexible double-curved bracelet for a comfortable fit. Based largely on Seiko’s 1965 diver’s watch, the first made in Japan, this exceptional timepiece extends the Prospex tradition of celebrating its rich legacy of innovation in high-intensity timekeeping by re-creating and re-interpreting signature achievements with today’s finest technology and materials. Visible beneath the caseback, the thin, but exceptionally accurate, 26-jewel 6L37 movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, and provides a power reserve of approximately 45 hours and manual winding capability. Framed by a uni-directional rotating elapsed timing bezel, the distinctively patterned blue dial offers LumiBrite hands and markers.

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Additional Information
Case Size:
Case Material:
Stainless steel with super-hard coating
Mechanical, Automatic 6L37
Time and date
Flexible double curved stainless steel bracelet with super-hard coating