The stylized triangles at 6, 9, and 12 (as well as a piece of one at 3 o’clock), and dauphine-style hands all harken back to the original model. The dial text, however, features the 20 bar (200m) water resistance marking, and the Seiko Prospex logo, both modern additions. The Automatic wordmark, in contrast, is displayed in a retro script typeface. There’s a real marriage of old and new at play here.
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