The Seiko Prospex line of watches has been releasing one after one masterpieces and the SNR045J1 is no less. It was based off of the large moss pillars that researchers found at the Showa Station in Antarctica. The underwater formations were called ‘kokebozu’ which translates into ‘moss’ and ‘young boy’.
A textured dial is found with green hues on the bezel. It has the Hi-Beat technology which is powered by the 5R65 Spring Drive Caliber Movement. With a power reserve of 72 hours, the watch is good for 300 meters underwater. It is a limited edition production run which will go for $6,000.
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