The Seiko SRPG57 is a new iteration of a classic Seiko dive watch. Its aggressive styling and shrouded design make it a standout in Seiko’s lineup. Seiko adds another iteration to this lineup with the Save the Ocean SRPG57, and will donate a portion of the proceeds from sales to give back to the diver's community that is removing and reporting marine debris in aquatic environments.
The dial of the SRPG57 is beautifully executed with a blue and white gradient, reminiscent of Antarctic ice. A keen eye will reveal penguin footprints stamped into the dial. The rest of the dial features highly legible hands and markers that are filled with tons of lume. A day/date complication with a magnifier is present at 3 o’clock.
The bezel is built for functionality with its bold, grooved edge and large hash marks and numerals. The bezel sits inside the 42.4mm case diameter, falling within the perfect modern dive watch size. An intricate bezel with brushing and polishing adds to the bold styling of the SRPG57. The screw-down crown at 4 o’clock operates the Seiko caliber 4R36 automatic movement, featuring a 40-hour power reserve, hacking, and hand winding
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- Case: Stainless Steel
- Dial: Blue to White Gradient
- Movement: 4R36
- Lens: Hardlex with magnifier
- Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet
- Water Res.: 200M
- Diameter: 42.4mm
- Length: 49.4mm
- Thickness: 13.4mm
- Lug Width: 20mm
- Ref Number: SRPG57
- Warranty: Three Years
Founded in 1881, Seiko began as a humble jewelry and clock store and has since grown into the watchmaking juggernaut that it is today. If the technology for a watch they wanted to make didn’t exist, Seiko made it happen under their own roof. Since Seiko is vertically integrated, they can customize nearly any part of their watches to their own design and specs in house. From the first true dive watch, to one of the first automatic chronographs, and completely new ways of powering a watch like Spring Drive, Seiko’s list of horological achievements is lengthy. They’ve done everything all the way down to creating their own lab-grown and regulated quartz crystals for timekeeping.