Free Car Mag as you know, adore all Seikos. At the moment we are wearing a Sport 5 from the 1970s, except that the Revival dates from 1965. Old watches are just the coolest of the cool and when it comes to the strap, a NATO makes everything safer and more wearable. We really don’t care about the sustainability. just so long as it looks good. Here is our new favourite watch…which does of course change from day to day. Please read on and take at look in more detail at the

Prospex 1965 Revival Diver’s 3-day 300m,  the ‘Tide Grey’ model, a special edition timepiece commemorating 100 years of Seiko; a timepiece that not only embodies the spirit of adventure but also champions sustainability like never before. The limited edition timepiece comes with a remarkable eco-friendly fabric strap, meticulously crafted from 100% recycled plastic bottles.

What sets this strap apart is not just its eco-conscious origin, but the centuries-old Japanese artistry infused into its creation. Employing the traditional Seichu braiding technique, each strap is a testament to the rich heritage of Japanese craftsmanship. Just like the elegant ‘obijime’ that adorns a Kimono, these straps are meticulously woven to perfection, ensuring both durability and style.

Designed in the esteemed NATO-style, the Seichu braided strap seamlessly integrates with the Prospex 1965 Revival Diver. Moreover, the metal components are meticulously finished to a hairline precision, underscoring Seiko‘s unwavering commitment to quality. With a tensile strength nearly four times that of regular Seiko fabric straps, they withstand the rigors of any adventure. Their resistance to degradation from sunlight ensures longevity, meeting the exacting standards of Seiko‘s diver’s watches. Yet, comfort is never compromised. Thanks to their unique braiding pattern, the strap offers unparalleled flexibility and air permeability, ensuring maximum comfort even during the most extended wear.

The Seiko Prospex 1965 Revival Diver’s 3-day 300m in Tide Grey is available now at, £1,380.

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