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Seiko Prospex Watches

Shop Seiko Prospex watches for sports lovers, adventurers and the bold. 

Short for “professional specifications”, Prospex is a line of watches built to survive the world's toughest environments. 

Seiko watches have a rich history in sports and diving watches. Seiko created Japan’s first-ever dive watch in 1965, and was the official timer of the 1964 Tokyo Olympics. Since then, Prospex has become a premium - yet affordable - brand for divers, sportspeople and recreational athletes. 

You’ll find a huge range of Seiko Prospex divers watches at Grahams. Discover a great selection of solar Seiko watches, Seiko chronograph watches and stainless steel watches in the Prospex catalogue.

For dress options, check out gold Seiko watches and men’s Seiko watches. Also be sure to look out for any Seiko watch sale for the best quality at an amazing price.

Explore Grahams' range of Seiko Prospex watches today. Stop by one of our five store locations or browse online. Sparkle now and pay later with one of our various finance options available through Zip, humm, Afterpay, Laybuy and LatitudePay or Latitude Interest Free. Receive free shipping when you spend $69 or more.

For Seiko Prospex Watches in Adelaide, Marion, Smithfield, West Lakes and Tea Tree Plaza, visit Grahams online or in store.

What is a Seiko Prospex?

A Prospex is a brand of Seiko watch designed for diving, sports, mountain climbing, and surviving the harshest places on earth.

When did Seiko start the Prospex line?

Seiko's Prospex line evolved from the company's first ever professional diving watch in 1965. Seiko would continue designing robust watches for divers, mountain climbs and athletes under the “professional specifications” or Prospex line.

Where are Seiko Prospex watches made?

Most Seiko Prospex watches are made in Japan.

What movement is in Seiko Prospex?

Seiko Prospex feature a range of movements depending on the model. You can find quartz, automatic and solar-powered quartz movements in the Prospex line.