Dare to grasp the Philippine Sunrise. Inspired by the country’s bright tropical rays, Seiko introduces its second Philippine Limited edition Prospex watch featuring 4R36 automatic movement with manual winding capacity and water resistance up to 200 meters. Built with approximately 41 hours of power reserve and LumiBrite on hands and indexes, this piece promises versatility and long-lasting use ideal for all kinds of adventures.
The Philippine Sunrise—codenamed as SRPH38K1—stirs feelings of spontaneity and the need to get up, move, and revel in nature’s beauty. The brilliant piece boasts a sleek look and uncompromised functionality provided by the watch’s silicone band material for guaranteed convenience, comfort, and sharpness like that of a sunray. Reminiscent of Siargao’s playful sunrise above the cool sea, it features a warm yellow exterior upon the face of the watch elegantly protected by a sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inner surface.It also boasts 24 jewels, a three-fold clasp with a secure lock, and a thickness of 13.2mm.
A piece inspired by thrilling must-see spots in the country, the Philippine Sunrise gears its wearer to welcome new beginnings by embracing exploration. It imbibes daring explorations in well-loved beaches like Boracay and Palawan. It’s reminiscent of the strong beams unique to Apo Island’s sunlight, which gloriously illuminate its surrounding waters to reveal vibrant marine life. It satisfies wonder as one would reach the summit of Mt. Pulag wherein, standing at 2,922 meters above sea level, one would witness one of the most beautiful sunrises man could ever behold. These rich encounters with the country’s bright skies are what Seiko’s Philippine Sunrise brings forth to its wearers as it transports them to an ecstatic appreciation for adventure, a refreshed headspace, and a unique optimism for tomorrow.
Seiko continues to showcase the wonders of the Philippines through the second Philippine limited edition Prospex watch. Welcome new beginnings with a bright watch that captures the strength of the Philippine Sunrise, limited to 1,000 pieces only.