A limited edition leads the way forward.
This professional diver's model features Caliber 9S85 which has a precision of +5 to -3 a day. It is built to withstand pressures encountered in saturation diving, down to a depth of 600 meters.
The groove on the rotating bezel ensures a firm grip even with thick diving gloves. Luminous markers at every ten second point on the dial ensure the legibility on which the safety of the deep sea diver depends
Every component is built to last, but all divers know that their watch needs regular maintenance, just like every other device on which his or her life may depend. This is why the case, stem and crown are designed for secure servicing and even the bezel has a four-part design that makes for easy disassembly and re-assembly.
The dial is made of pure iron in order to protect the movement from the harmful effects of magnetism. It delivers safe and secure use during diving and thanks to the lightness of the titanium, every-day usability is also assured.
It has the distinctive clean edges and distortion-free mirror surfaces that only Zaratsu polishing can deliver.
The dial and strap of the limited edition are made in the exclusive color that signifies craftsmanship and tradition in Japan and is the signature color of Grand Seiko. It comes with an extra-strength silicone strap, in the deep Grand Seiko blue to match the dial so that you can change the appearance of the watch at will.
Case : High-intensity titanium Glass : Sapphire crystal Coating : Anti-reflection coating on inner surface Lumi Brite : Hands and markers Case size : Diameter 46.9mm×Thickness 17.0mm Band : High-intensity titanium
Movement : Caliber 9S85 Driving system : Automatic Power reserve : Approximately 55 hours Accuracy : -3 to 5 seconds(when static)
Clasp : Three-fold clasp with push button release, secure lock and slide adjuster Water resistance : 600m for saturation diving Magnetic resistance : 16,000 A/m
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A legacy of innovation beginning with the first Grand Seiko in 1960