The Seiko Presage Sharp Edged Series combines traditional mechanical watchmaking with distinctively modern Japanese style. It pairs the lauded refinement of Japanese design with strong, angular cases. The latest Sharp Edged Series models are a pair of limited
A NEW PROSPEX DIVER’S WATCH INSPIRED BY THE POLAR LANDSCAPE CELEBRATES THE 110TH ANNIVERSARY OF SEIKO WATCHMAKING.
The history of Seiko began in 1881 when Kintaro Hattori opened a shop in Ginza to repair and sell timepieces. In 1913, his company produced Japan’s first wristwatch, and many innovations that have advanced the art of watchmaking followed,
SEIKO ASTRON GPS SOLAR. THE ULTIMATE IN PRECISION AND PERFORMANCE, NOW IN A NEW DESIGN FOR THE NEXT GENERATION.
Astron GPS Solar remains unsurpassed in its precision and utility as the watch for the international traveler. Thanks to its unique, high-efficiency GPS module, it connects to the GPS network and adjusts, with atomic clock precision, to every time zone* at the touch of a button, while taking all the energy it needs from light alone. Over the past decade,
October 5, 2022 – Seiko Watch of America has announced three Special Edition Prospex timepieces inspired by the beauty and mystery of undersea caves and the daring of those dedicated to exploring these fascinating and dangerous environments. Exclusively available in the U.S. market, these
Astron GPS Solar is one of the world’s most advanced wristwatches. It adjusts at the touch of a button to your time zone by connecting to the GPS satellite network. It takes all the energy it needs from light alone
Created in honor of the tenth anniversary of Seiko Astron GPS Solar, this remarkable watch not only uses Seiko’s very latest GPS Solar caliber 5X53 but has a dial with a radial pattern that echoes the explosive power of a supernova.
The creation of the 1969 Seiko Speedtimer was an important landmark in the history of the chronograph. It was one of the world’s first automatic chronographs but its true significance lay in that fact that its movement, Caliber 6139, was the first to incorporate both a column wheel and a vertical clutch, two devices which made the measurement of elapsed time more precise and error-free than ever before.
Arita, a small town in Kyushu, the third largest island in the southwest of Japan, came to prominence in the early 17th century when clay suitable for porcelain manufacture was discovered there and its porcelain products soon became highly prized in Japan for the high quality of their artistry.
Two new hi-grade mechanical watches are today added to the King Seiko collection. In their different ways, both express the spirit of the time, 60 years ago, when King Seiko was first created and the area in Tokyo where it was born.
Kanazawa is where Lacquer artist Isshu Tamura produces works using techniques unique to Kanazawa Urushi lacquerware. With this new watch, Mr. Tamura expresses the beauty of summer in Kanazawa and the Hokuriku region.