Take a dive with Yellow Fin Tunas

The Seiko Tuna’s defining trait is an outer case screwed to the actual watch case, resulting in a profile that resembles a can of tuna.

Prospex Diver’s Watch Limited Edition SRPD14K1 “Yellowfin Tuna” (Photo: Seiko)

More than five decades after launching Japan’s first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has continued to tap new technology to add distinct features to its creations. In October, the brand brought out its limited-edition Yellow Fin Tunas, designed for those who aspire to conquer the deep.

Part of Seiko’s Prospex series, this new product, of which only 2,200 pieces are available in Hong Kong, ­Singapore, Malaysia, Brunei and Macau, comes in ­stylish black with a yellow-brass casing and silvery white calibrations, colours associated with the ­yellowfin tuna found in the oceans.

The 4R36 calibre watch has a case made of reinforced glass with screw-down crown and back and 200m ­scuba diving functions. An accordion-style strap allows for expansion and contraction so that it stays tight on the wrist. Luminous pointers and hour markers make it easy for wearers to check the time when under water.


Find out more about the watch here

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