Seiko Unveils Reimagined Marinemaster Collection, Blending Heritage and Modernity

In a nod to its iconic discontinued diver series, Seiko introduces three new Marinemaster references, breathing fresh life into a cherished legacy. Originally debuting in 2000 with a 44mm helium-proof, monobloc case capable of withstanding depths of 300 meters, the Marinemaster is reborn for today’s discerning consumers. The latest collection embraces a slightly smaller 39.5mm case size while retaining a sporty allure inspired by its predecessor and the 1965 Japanese diver’s watch.

With a slender 12.3mm case thickness, this reimagined Marinemaster stands as the slimmest in its lineage, powered by the modern 6L37 caliber with a transparent exhibition caseback revealing a 45-hour power reserve.

Priced at $2,800 USD, the Prospex Marinmarine 1965 Reinterpretation timepieces come in three colorways: the limited edition silver-dial “High Water” commemorating Seiko’s upcoming 100th anniversary, alongside the “Dark Water” in black and the “Clearwater” in blue, both part of Seiko’s core lineup. Explore the availability of these exquisite timepieces on Seiko’s official website for a fusion of heritage and contemporary style.

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