The Seiko dive watch is affectionately referred to as the “tuna can” dive watch because of its easily recognizable, nearly iconic shape. Since 1975, starting with the ref. 6159-7010, the Seiko dive watch has been a choice of divers and watch lovers. The new Prospex Street Series follows in that tradition, using the same basic design.
The Prospex Street Series is available in three watches, each with the signature bezel shroud. What’s more, each of the watches also features Seiko’s solar caliber V157. While light may be the watch’s power source, it still has an impressive 10-month power reserve. Considering that the watch is water resistant to up to 200 meters, then low light dives and even night dives shouldn’t be a problem.
The watches have a 47 mm diameter and a 12.4 mm thickness. The case is made of stainless steel, and it comes in blue, grey, or camo green. The indexes, bezel dot, and hands are all luminescent, and the strap is a matching silicone rubber. The movement is accomplished with the V157 and features quartz movement for the time and date. The Prospex Street Series sells for $450.