A lovely piece, btw, and so many have obviously agreed with you. A wildly popular release. And I'm so glad to hear of someone who has found that "one" watch. It may not be forever, but that this deep satisfaction has lasted so long is—in my mind, at least
Wonderful weather... lunch outside with no jackets after a tour of Fuji Square in Tokyo "Mid-Town" complex. I had a camera, but just enjoy walking and talking. The photo exhibits at Fuji Square were excellent... we met Koki Yamada and his wife... Yamada i
Just found out about this show from ABTW... Has anyone gone to the New York one? I really want to see KV 28ti and the new De Bethune diver... It's on May 3-4. Also it looks like Saturday tickets are only $10 with the code ABTW... () Full brand list pulled
Spring Drive - 20 years & NISSAN GT-R - 50 years will be celebrated in a limited edition Grand Seiko: Both companies are singing the blues (Bayside Blue & GS Blue): A new creation in the Grand Seiko sport collection pays homage to an emblematic Japane
I think your analysis is pretty much spot on. I have another Presage Seiko & it's almost exactly the same other than the dial - the premium for the urushi dial was almost 100%. Which I was more than ok with. I think some of the newer ones are starting to
Like the VFA just posted by bimbeano this 61GS was also finely tuned (to Speical if not VFA standards). Accuracy aside it’s the case design that really sets these watches apart. Pictures will never do them justice however.
On another forum I wrote a wail when the autonomy of Grand Seiko was first announced. I'm still doubtful of the wisdom of converting a premium "line" to a stand-alone "brand." Especially considering the fact that Seiko already had Credor. (Ananta seems to