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Seiko recreates three of its most important dive watches

The collection celebrates the 55th anniversary of their first dive watch.
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Seiko 55th Anniversary Dive Watches

Seiko is highlighting three of their most important dive watch models with recreations that bring those styles up to modern spec for 2020. The watches are being released to celebrate the 55th anniversary of Seiko's first-ever dive watch, the 62MAS. The collection will feature a 1968 Professional Diver’s 300m Re-creation (left) with an 8L55 movement, a 1965 Diver’s Re-creation (center) with an 8L55 movement, and a 1975 Professional Diver’s 600m Re-creation (right) with an 8L35 movement. 

All three watches will also be constructed out of Seiko's Ever-Brilliant Steel, a highly corrosion-resistant material that is typically found on marine structures and vessels. A modern take on the 62MAS will also be released with the 1965 Diver’s Modern Re-interpretation, a watch that features a slimmer design and a Caliber 6R35 movement with a 70-hour power reserve. 

Each watch can be purchased individually or in a special edition set that contains all three models and is limited to just 100 sets.

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