Two new Luxury Divers (if the words can be used together) one evoking the sunrise or sunset; the other moonlight. These are serious watches, approximately 45mm x 16mm. They feature Zaratsu polishing, cermet (ceramic metal) bezels, and Spring Drive movemen
Seiko Watch Corporation has introduced a baffling number of watches over the past several decades that I have been collecting. Not just individual watches, but product lines or brand names. Some of these are more long-lived than others -- Credor is one ex
The Press Release goes as follows: Seiko Watch Corporation is pleased to announce the first boutique for Seiko Prospex, which will open its doors in the brand’s birthplace in Tokyo’s Ginza district on August 2nd, 2019. Prospex is Seiko’s leading sports w
Does anyone know anything about this watch? Supposedly limited edition for the EU and USA. Other than limited why so expensive? Seems most Prospex models are below $1000. Also, it's not on the Seiko USA website. monochrome-watches.com
Seiko purists! I remember seeing a Seiko around six years ago now ...and I’m trying to find it and I come up with nothing. It was big, titanium, sporty, crazy legible white hands that were simple, spring drive I believe, crown at 12 to prevent mountaineer
Flew into Tokyo yesterday under horrific rains. Thankfully today was sunny! Here are some Seiko photos. There are 5 pieces left of the Prospex Ginza edition diver. For the upcoming SBDX031/SLA033, it is a 6th July.
I started collecting vintage watches because these were pieces whose aesthetic design called to mind a modernist era, where form and function were balanced with each other. Listening to the movements also brought reassurance in this overwhelmingly digital