all black steel wretch with black dial and green lume


Regular price $ 625.00 Sale price $ 395.00 Save $ 230.00

Seiko Prospex Black Series Limited Edition of 6000 worldwide SNE587 

Mimo's JW Official Authorized Dealer For Seiko USA Ultimate Dive Watches in Long Beach CA 90803, All Watches are Brand New.

3 years Seiko U.S. warranty protection is automatically in effect with the purchase of your Seiko Timepiece from MJW


Production serial number engraved on caseback
Solar diver’s watch

Powered by light energy - no battery change required
10-month power reserve once fully charged
Black uni-directional rotating elapsed timing bezel
Matte gray dial reduces reflection and maximizes visibility
Bright green LumiBrite, newly developed for improved night visibility,
on hands and markers
Date calendar
Sapphire crystal
Screwdown crown and caseback
Case diameter: 38.5mm

Lugs 20mm

Lug to Lug 47mm

Thickness 11.50mm

Stainless steel case and bracelet with black hard coating
Tri-fold push button release clasp with secure lock and extender
Water-resistant to 200 meters (660 feet), Diver’s Watch. Follows ISO
standards and is suitable for scuba diving.
Caliber V147

Please Note:

All Seiko Prospex are hand assembled Original Unique Designs and In House Movements at Undebatable Unequal Value/Prices/Heritage, no other Manufacturer comes close,

Having said that All Prospex Watches have Slight Misalignment when trying to Align up to 4 independent pieces:

Dial Markers, Chapter Rings, Bezel and Insert. And in Quartz watches second hand does not align perfectly with minute markers every second tick...

You can Google Rolex misalignment and you will find hundreds of threads and pictures aswell... 

in General The Diver bezel does not need to Match up with the markers on the dial for any practical reason. it is designed to point at the minute Hand.

When you dive, you Rotate the Bezel pointer around to the minute hand.

You get an indication of the approximate time you are at Diving at depth,

So you don't overstay under water for safety issues.

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