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The dial's color is inspired by Seiko's timing and measurement devices used in 1964, when the company was the official timekeeper of the greatest international sporting event held in Tokyo that year.


The watch is presented on a black crocodile strap with a matte finish. The stitching of the strap is designed to increase the durability.

Push buttons
& Crown

The large concave pushers ensure the high operability for which the original stopwatch was renowned.

For an athlete, a mere 1/100th of a second can be a moment of joy or a moment of tears. For more than half a century, Seiko has been supporting athletes in their efforts to be the best with state-of-the-art timing devices.

Seiko's tradition as a pioneer in sports timing began in the 1960's, when the company introduced to the world's sporting stage a range of timing devices that set a new global standard of precision. This tradition in measuring elapsed time has continued. Since 1985, Seiko has been the timekeeper of choice of World Athletics and has marked many incredible moments at the championship games.
This year, Seiko will deliver its timing services to the World Athletics Championships Oregon22 which will take place in Eugene, Oregon, the spiritual home of the sport in the USA.

A new Prospex Speedtimer Limited Edition Chronograph will join in celebration of the event. The watch captures the heritage of both Seiko and this hallowed venue and honors the performances of the approximately 1,800 athletes who will take part in the championships.

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Payment Type Full Payment
Collections/Line SPEEDTIMER
Case Material Stainless Steel (Super Hard Coating)
Crystal/Glass Material Dual-curved Sapphire Crystal
Crystal/Glass Coating Anti-reflective Coating On Inner Surface
Band Material Crocodile Leather
Clasp Type Three-fold Clasp With Push Button Release
Duration Approx. 45 hours
Water Resistance 10 Bar
Caliber 8R46
Accuracy +25 to -15 seconds per day
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