Three Seiko diver’s watches that made history: 1968 Hi-beat Diver’s 300m, 1965 62MAS 150m, 1975 Professional Diver’s 600m.
The modern recreations: 1968 Hi-Beat Diver SLA039 – 1965 “62MAS” Diver SLA037 – 1975 “Tuna” 600m Diver SLA041.
THE 1965 “62MAS” RE-CREATION, THE SLA037 (Check out our Blog here)
The first of the three models in this diver’s trilogy, the reference SLA037, is deeply inspired by the earliest of the lot, the 62MAS.
SLA037 has the same angular shape and integrated lugs as 62MAS.
The main evolution compared to the SLA017 is the material, and the case is made of Seiko’s “Ever-Brilliant Steel,” which has a brilliant white hue and is more corrosion-resistant than traditional steel.
SLA037 features a box-shape sapphire crystal and the bezel insert is black with full graduation. SLA037 blue-grey dial, matching the blue “tropic-like” silicone strap.
Movement Automatic Caliber No: 8L55 Accuracy: -10/+15 Seconds per day rating in static conditions (at 5 ° C to 35 ° C) Automatic winding (with manual winding) Power Reserve: about 55 hours Frequency: 10 vibrations per second
Exterior Case Material: Ever-Brilliant Steel Case size: Diameter 39.9mm, Thickness 14.7mm Crystal: Box-shaped Sapphire Crystal Coating: Anti-reflective coating on inner surface LumiBrite: Lumibrite on hands, indexes and bezel Bracelet material: Silicon Band Color: Blue Clasp: Steel Buckle
Other Details Water resistance: 200m suitable for air diving Screw case back Screw-down crown Serial number engraved on the case back Unidirectional rotating bezel 37 Jewels