For something like the Octo Finissimo, I feel that the bracelet is an integral part of the design. On the other hand, I've flatly detested every Grand Seiko bracelet I've seen, and have immediately slapped every GS I've owned onto a strap. Then there's al
Wasn’t really planning on getting another watch, more so a quartz one. However, for some reason, a lot of the forums and online magazines I’ve been reading the last two weeks had articles on Grand Seiko’s 60th anniversary models featured quite frequently.
Here are a couple of mine. First up the GO Sixties Iconic Square (limited to 25 pieces of the green dial) -- my sense is that the publicity surrounding this piece actually helped to spur on the green dial trend... And here is the GS SBGE021 (limited to 15
As far as I'm aware, silicon escapements and "technological" advances are far more about ensuring reliability of movements between longer service intervals, and I'm not sure how much benefit they would provide in a standard COSC test that is performed in
Hello from your Seiko moderator. As you know, GS is part of the very large Seiko universe of watches, clocks, sport timers, etc. Grand Seiko defines its mission in these words: Grand Seiko believes that the essential qualities of a wristwatch are accuracy
While I am a great admirer of Grand Seiko and their reliable non-kinetic calibers plus the case-workmanship and nice pricepoint, I see certain monotony in their releases. Reasons being; 1. Too many three hand watches with just the dial variations being th
Went to my local AD today. Was looking for a spring drive with the blue dial but it was gone. Instead my eye caught this model which actually the 60th anniversary quartz movement. I was not in a market to buy a quartz watch but this one is rated at +-5 se