My First Grand Seiko
After much consideration of which watch to buy,finally decided to pull trigger to buy this beautiful piece
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My First Grand Seiko
After much consideration of which watch to buy,finally decided to pull trigger to buy this beautiful piece ...
WoW So soon it appears
Congratulations! May I ask where you found it - was it a local GS dealer in what country? Thanks Cazalea
I got it from local A.D. Actually if you just search SBGH267 online, there are few website are selling it. There are some got it much earlier than me
Sorry for the low quality photos,not an expert in taking the pictures didn’t do any justice for the watch ...
I love it especially when the seconds glide so smoothly, can't wait to change to leather strap
It seems that GS Bug has spread so fast that replica GS is available in the market,please beware
Took a couple of shots some weeks back
Hope below pics can show further details on the case which is among the nicest GS cases imho! A nice mix of the ‘regular’ (but for me boring) modern GS case and the modern 44GS case. As with all others, the bracelet had to go pretty quick. Very hard to fi...
Finally someone did a justice to this beautiful piece. Anyway you are right,is tough to find a matching leather strap for the dial;still finding it Thanks for your sharing, by the what camera are you using
Just been using my iPhone X with Black Eye clip on lenses, 15x and 20x macro! You can get them online.
Stunning leather strap shot
Iam considering buying this piece . But would need to get rid off the bracelet ASAP. What did you use as a pin buckle . Did you get one from GS or Seiko ? Your help in this regard would be highly appreciated .
They have IWC look alike buckles which I think are a good match
No, from strapcode.com
Seiko doesn’t have 18mm pin buckles to my knowledge. For the 16mm buckles I always order from Seiya.
Which one has the most attention
So Nearly Went For This One...
Congratulations on a stunning piece! I had a chance just a month after Baselworld, and at a fair price, yet ultimately held off. The blue of this dial—broken up by the GS pinwheel design—looks like it might be less limiting than other GS colored dials. Wh...