The new generation of Seiko Speedtimer chronographs welcomes a series of three new creations, characterized by a design that embodies the spirit of the original series, and that at the same time offer the practicality, reliability and precision of Seiko solar technology.
All three watches are available from November 2022 at Seiko boutiques and authorized retailers around the world.
The introduction of the Seiko Speedtimer in 1969 was an important landmark in chronograph history.
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It was one of the first automatic chronographs in the world, powered by the calibre 6139, whose precision in measuring time spent marked a real progress in the history of the automatic wristwatch.
As with all Speedtimer chronographs, every detail of this design reflects the precision required to measure time spent with the utmost accuracy.
Seiko Prospex Speedtimer Solar – new design
The chronograph seconds hand has an elongated silhouette that extends to the tachometer indicators at the edges of the dial.
The minute hand of the chronograph placed at six o’clock and the central second hand are both red in color so as to stand out on the dial and ensure the reading of the time spent at a glance.
The date window is positioned between the hour indices 4 and 5 so that the exact time can always be displayed with ease.
All three timepieces are powered by the Seiko V192 solar calibre with up to 60-minute chronograph, in units of fifths of a second, a 24-hour sub-dial and a six-month power reserve without light exposure.
The hour, minute and all twelve hour markers are lined with Lumibrite to ensure time reading even in low light.
The combination of smooth and satin finish on the bracelet and the curved sapphire crystal gives the watches a classic yet sporty look.
The thickness and weight of the bracelet guarantee stability and a high level of comfort on the wrist. The dials show a sunray finish, which ensures the highest level of readability, a key feature of any Prospex watch.
These three new solar-powered chronographs offer the high performance of the Prospex Speedtimer to those who want the highest precision of electronic timekeeping and the reliability and convenience of a watch powered exclusively by sunlight.