Seiko Prospex SPB143 1965 Divers Re-Interpretation

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With a design inspired by the first Seiko dive watch, the 62MAS, the Seiko Prospex SPB143 has a vintage aesthetic with modern updates to the movement, case, and crystal, making this sporty piece a joy to wear on all of life’s adventures.
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The History:

Seiko began its rich history in 1881 when Kintaro Hattori opened a shop to repair and sell watches in central Tokyo.  Eleven years later, he opened a factory called the Seikosha Factory and began building wall
clocks and pocket watches.  After an earthquake and fire destroyed the original factory, Hattori reopened with a new vision, which became the beginnings of what we know as Seiko today.  A true pioneer in
watchmaking, Seiko developed the first Japanese-made divers watch.

The Watch:

The Seiko Prospex SPB143 features a 40mm stainless case with a domed sapphire crystal and a black unidirectional rotating bezel with a 60-minute scale.  The dial is a sunburst pattern charcoal grey with
lumed hour markers, lumed hands, and a date window at the three o’clock position.  Powered by a Caliber 6R35 movement, the SP143 features a
70-hour power reserve and a 200-meter water resistance rating.

The Details:

This Seiko Prospex SPB143 includes the outer and inner boxes, warranty card, instruction booklet, guarantee booklet, and hangtag.

Brand | Seiko

Reference | SPB143

Movement | Caliber 6R35

Model | Prospex 1965 Divers Re-Interpretation

Strap | Bracelet

Crystal | Sapphire

Style | Dive Watches

Case Width | 40mm

Case Height | 13.2mm

Lug Width | 20mm