One to watch out for
SINCE the launch of the first diver's watch, Seiko has brought a stream of new technologies and designs that have made diving safer and easier for the professional and recreational divers.
These innovations include the world's first titanium diver's watch in 1975, the first diver's watch with a ceramic outer case in 1986 and the first Nitrox Dive Computer watch in 2000.
The launch of the new limited edition Astron GPS Solar calibre has a defining characteristic in its dark mother-of-pearl dial.
The GPS Solar module requires little power and obtains all its energy from light absorbed through the dial.
The case and bracelet are made of titanium with a new super-hard black coating that is resistant to scratches and preserves the watch for as long as it is worn.
Calibre 8X22 is already available in a series of three designs which are all titanium-cased, while two Prospex PADI special editions will be released this July.
Visit www.seiko.com.au for local stockists.