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ProTek builds its watches to outfit those that work in difficult environments using only quality components able to stand up to the rigors of harsh extremes.  Cases are made from Carbon Composite, 316L Stainless Steel, or Titanium, and all employ screw-on case backs (most also have screw crowns) to ensure water resistance.  Dive watches are rated to either 300 or 200 meters and Land-based watches are rated to 100 meters.  All crystals are highly scratch resistant sapphire for durability, and with antireflective coatings to eliminate glare for clear viewing.  Watches come on genuine rubber straps or specially treated waterproof Italian leather straps.  The watches run on dependable Japanese quartz movements (from Miyota, a division of Citizen) ensuring many years of problem free wear and enjoyment. New models with automatic mechanical Seiko movements are in development now for 2024 release.


United States Marine Corps


ProTek watches have now been approved and accepted as an Official Watch of the USMC. We are very proud of this accomplishment. The accuracy, durability and superior ProGlo™ illumination make these ideal timepieces to serve Marines in the line of duty, and/or in their daily lives beyond their time in the military.

With this said, we hope this stamp of credibility will also inspire anyone that may not have served in the Marine Corps but who enjoys an active outdoor lifestyle to feel confident in wearing a ProTek watch.

  • ProTek takes no shortcuts in the manufacture of its watches and uses components that the team deems best in terms of quality and dependability.

    Series 2000 has a 316L Stainless Steel Case and bezel with a tight 120-click unidirectional ratcheting bezel for dive timing, as well as a stamped, embossed stainless steel screw case back.

  • All ProTek watches are manufactured in a dust-free clean-room environment to ensure the highest quality end product. All watches have sapphire crystals with antireflective coatings, run on dependable Japanese Miyota (a division of Citizen) quartz movements or Seiko Automatic movements, and of course all use the ProGlo self-powered illumination system that enables them to glow non-stop for 25 years, allowing for time-at-a-glance even in complete darkness.

For our Series 2000 Dive watches, we chose waterproof leather to dress them up a bit. Our leather straps have been treated for use in water and this treatment dramatically alters the performance of leather in a wet environment. Most leather straps begin life a bit stiff and need some break-in to become softer and more pliable. When they get wet they tend to become very brittle and will crack, usually seen first where the buckle closes on the strap. This is not the case with our treated leather straps, that begin life soft and supple, get more pliable with use … and if worn in water they will mold to one's wrist and become even softer and will not crack.

All Leather straps have one fixed loop to stay near to the buckle so it doesn’t slide, while the second loop is adjustable, sliding up and down the strap to your desired position. Depending on the model, straps come in black, dark brown or dark tan, most with contrast stitching for a sporty look. Most buckles are done in steel tone to match the cases but one model has a gunmetal plated buckle to match that case.

Rubber dive straps are also available for purchase.