The World’s Most Intrepid Adventurers
Since 1965, Seiko’s diver’s watches have accompanied some of the world’s most intrepid adventurers as they pushed the limits of the human will.
From Naomi Uemura’s ascent of Mount Everest in 1970 to his 12,000km solo dog-sled run from Greenland to Alaska from 1974 to 1976, Seiko’s diver’s watches were there, reminding him that time never stops, and he must go on.
A Tough, Unassailable Companion
Seiko Diver’s watches have been a constant companion of adventurers.
It is built to be the tough, unassailable companion for challenging the planet’s harshest conditions, to keep moving along when the feet get tired and the eyes get weary.
Infused with more than 55 years of technological evolutions, the SPB143J1 continues the design lineage from its first watch in 1965.
This time-proven mechanical watch is water resistant to 200m and delivers a power reserve of 70 hrs for greater reliability.
Its case has a low center of gravity for high wearability and comfort, and the 40.5mm compact case size and slim case design gives it an elegant, modern look.