These are little gas/air bubbles, with the angel of the crystal it looks big but it isn't. Nothing speculative here and these are no deffects as every crystal on Grand Seiko has it probably

Feb 23, 2020,14:25 PM

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Would like to seek the expertise here...

 By: Musigny82 : February 23rd, 2020-00:46
I own a GS SBGW 231 and SBGW 255. Basically they are same except the latter is limited edition. Curiously I found some “marks” on both watches in between the bezels and the sapphire crystals. A purist also told me that he found the same marks on his SBGW ...  

looking bad

 By: Weems@8 : February 23rd, 2020-01:46
Not beautiful.

Weird-have you had any feed back from GS on this?

 By: jlc.thomsen : February 23rd, 2020-01:55
Could it have happened during service? This is so non GS.

I think this is speculation - why don't you take it back and ask the dealer or contact GS support directly?

 By: cazalea : February 23rd, 2020-13:42
We can't give you a definitive answer, and it's not very helpful to guess or rant about it. I'll see if I can dig up anything. But it would require much sharper pictures - can you try to take some more? Cazalea