Seiko Limited Edition Prospex Spring Drive 44mm SNR051

# 501-00680 In Stock

Seiko Limited Edition Prospex Spring Drive 44mm SNR051

# 501-00680 In Stock

Moon Inspired Designs Connects Proprietary Technology to its History. This Prospex LX U.S. Special Edition timepiece is
inspired by the moon and designed to connect its proprietary technology to its rich history, featuring Seiko’s in-house
Spring Drive movement. This unique technology delivers a level of precision that no other mechanically driven watch can
achieve as Seiko is one of few manufacturers with both the necessary mechanical and electronic watchmaking expertise.

Drawing on inspiration from the moon and space, the distinctive Prospex LX U.S. Special Edition watch features an intricate gray patterned dial representative of the silvered lunar surface and a multi-tone gray sapphire GMT bezel reflective of the light and shadows cast on the moon by other heavenly bodies. A vibrant blue GMT hand echoes the view of the earth from the moon, while tracking the time in a second time zone. Exclusively available in the U.S. market, the case and bracelet are crafted from lightweight and durable titanium with a super-hard coating for superior scratch- resistance. The case is finished with beautiful Zaratsu polishing to perfectly reflect light and is structured with a lower center of gravity ensuring that the timepiece is exceedingly comfortable to wear.

$5,500

Product Details

Name Limited Edition Prospex Spring Drive 44mm SNR051
Stock Number 501-00680
Style Number SNR051
Department Timepieces
Type Watch
Sub Type Men's Watches
Setting CenterPO

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