New Year and put together as many people as possible to solve the list, we thought we would do the same thing this year, starting with a look at 10 Seiko watches you should buy now. We admire Seiko for being very transparent – from our new version, we expect many of our in-depth articles in Basel in March for classic references, and we find too many brands from Japan. Some of our selection models are very familiar and have been covered somewhat unclear yet, but still significant. So, Happy New Year, there is no specific order, let us talk about antique Seiko.
Novak Djokovic has been the Seiko Astron GPS ambassador since 2014, Global Positioning System (GPS) ambassador. Since then, Seiko did not stop, to maintain the development of GPS movement. Become smaller, more energy-efficient, can receive information from 4 satellites. Just some time ago, Seiko introduced a new limited edition 35 oo debris, a mother-of-pearl dial and a titanium coating with rose gold color. Let’s take a look!
The most attractive watch recommend: Seiko Men’s SNKN01 Analog Display Japanese Automatic Black Watch
The sporty SEIKO Men’s SNKN01 analog watch is one of the most popular watches, will let you feel satisfied, when you are on your wrist. This is an attractive sports analog watches, has the same 7 s26 seiko SNK809 movement found.
The sporty SEIKO Men ‘s SNKN01 analog watch outside The blue ring has attracted a lot of people, like a homing beacon. I always see myself looking at watch, not just in order to check the time, but because I deeper impression of the watch dial. As for the overall build quality of the watch I would give it 6 out of 10. It’s good but it is not the best. You can see some imperfections on the watch face when you view it at about one foot from your eyes which I think is very unusual for Seiko to produce a watch with this kind of problem. On the other hand, the brushed case with two polished stripes that sits on each side of the watch as well as the tops of the lugs are designed perfectly.
Let’s get to know the Seiko Spring Drive Diver 200M SBGA031 .
Seiko launched the titanium SBGA031 and its stainless steel SBGA029 counterpart at Baselworld 2012. The titanium utility watch attacked the saturated dive watch market with a compelling tandem of unique technology and unarguable utility. Seiko equips the Spring Drive Diver with an impressive array of useful functions that render it equally compelling to SCUBA divers and desk divers alike.
This is the Grand Seiko Black Ceramic Limited Edition’s introduction.
The Black Ceramic Limited Edition watch upholds the precision of Grand Seiko and the watches in the collection are powered by either the Spring Drive Chronograph GMT 9R96, and the other two use Spring Drive GMT 9R16. With four references in the new collection, there are options for any watch enthusiast.
The video below describes the partnership and the role the photographers played in the collection. Grand Seiko announced at this past Baselworld a collaboration with two of Japan’s top photographers, Nobuyoshi Araki and Daido Moriyama. Both are world-renowned in their field and are known for their images of the cities they are from, Tokyo and Osaka respectively.
A big part of me wishes to splurge on elaborately decadent Japanese watches from time to time. Well, actually, I do… High-end Japanese watches come in a range of forms from more classically conservative watches by Citizen and Seiko, to “luxury Mr. G” G-Shock sport watches from Casio. This new-for-2016 “Hammer Tone” MRG-G1000GT is one of those, being a limited-edition G-Shock model that combines unparalleled durability with cool technology… and hand-craftsmanship.
At Baselworld 2016, Seiko‘s greatly high-end arm Credor released a limited edition piece that features the very first tourbillon movement by Seiko. To begin with, I was a little surprised, however the fact is that tourbillons are really difficult to find in Japan, and the collectors there are normally pretty tepid on the tourbillon. With a new Caliber 6830 movement according to their Caliber 68, the Credor Fugaku Tourbillon Limited Edition watch is made by three of Seiko’s Master Craftsmen.
Perhaps the world’s most popular analog diving watches just got more official as Japanese Seiko announced that they have become an official partner of PADI. The vast majority of people who have diving certifications at various levels are more than familiar with the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) because that is how most people get their diving certification. For the sake of beginning their relationship with PADI, Seiko has just debuted two special edition watches celebrating the red and blue colors of PADI along with official PADI branding on the dial.
Every year, watch brands release pieces that strike closer and closer to the essence of their original, iconic forebears. In the past, this has come in an array of forms, from Zenith’s El Primero Original 1969, to the Cartier Tank Louis Cartier collection, to the reference 15202 Audemars Piguet Royal Oak. This year is no different, with the release of TAG Heuer’s Monaco Caliber 11, Tudor’s Heritage Black Bay “Black,” Seiko’s Grand Seiko 62GS, and a new collection that has not gone unnoticed by many vintage-watch enthusiasts: the Glashütte Original Sixties Iconic collection.