The heritage of the Seiko Prospex dates back to 1965 when it became the first diver’s watch to come out of Japan. The Prospex (and Seiko in general) has since become a favorite of both recreational and professional divers around the world. In collaboration with Topper Jewelers in Burlingame, California, Seiko has released the Prospex Diver SPB107 Topper Limited Edition.
Limited to a production run of just 500, this blacked-out version of the SPB077 features a 44mm coated stainless steel case and operates on 6R15 automatic movement with a power reserve of 50 hours. Thanks to its perfect proportions and blacked out case, this larger timepiece feels much smaller on the wrist. As functional as it is beautiful, this Prospex SPB107 features a 200 meters of water resistance, sapphire crystal, silicone dive strap, and long-lasting LumiBrite on both markers and hands.