SEIKO WATCHMAKING 110TH ANNIVERSARY LIMITED EDITION
Presage Craftsmanship Series Seiko Watchmaking 110th Anniversary Limited Edition. To mark 110 years of watchmaking excellence, Seiko is highlighting its continuous dedication to evolving technology, as well as diversity, equality and the sustainable manufacturing necessary to meet environmental challenges. Honoring Seiko's "Laurel," Japan's first wristwatch, this exquisite Limited Edition, available only in a controlled-production run of 2,500, with the serial number engraved on each caseback, extends the Presage tradition of blending precision technology with superior craftsmanship and design, offering the finest in Japanese mechanical watchmaking with a uniquely Japanese sense of beauty. The classic dial, crafted by enamel master Mr. Yokosawa of Fuji Enamel Co., reproduces the landmark original with its distinctive layout, carefully wrought hands, and stylized numbering, including the red 12 markers, while the elegant case matches its perfect proportions down to its similar, but updated lugs. The dial also features a date subdial, as well as a power reserve indicator. Offering manual winding capability and a power reserve of approximately 45 hours, the 29 jewels automatic movement beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour. In stainless steel, with a box-shaped anti-reflective sapphire crystal, screw-down caseback, and dark brown deerskin strap, this memorable design comes packaged in a Limited Edition collectors' box. 5 bar, 50M Water Resistant.

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Presage Craftsmanship Series Seiko Watchmaking 110th Anniversary Limited Edition
To mark 110 years of watchmaking excellence, Seiko is highlighting its continuous dedication to evolving technology, as well as diversity, equality and the sustainable manufacturing necessary to meet environmental challenges
Based on Seiko's "Laurel," Japan's first wristwatch, recreating the case shape and classic enamel dial
Limited edition of 2,500
Production serial number engraved on caseback
Fine mechanical watchmaking from Japan
Automatic with manual winding capability
White enamel dial, crafted by enamel master Mr. Yokosawa of Fuji Enamel Co., reproduces the original layout and stylized numbering
Date subdial
Power reserve indicator
Screwdown caseback
Packaged in a Limited Edition collectors' box

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