Two slim, modern creations inspired by heritage join the King Seiko collection.
Though it was not the first King Seiko watch, the 1965 King Seiko KSK was, with its sharp, angular case and high functionality, the one that ultimately defined King Seiko’s character.
A new design series paves the way for the future of the Seiko Astron GPS Solar.
In 2012, Seiko took electronic watchmaking to a new level with the Astron GPS Solar, which
connects to the Global Positioning System (GPS) and adjusts to every time zone* while
generating all the energy it needs from light alone.
The Presage Sharp Edged Series evolves with a new three-day automatic movement and a new design.
Introduced in 2020, the Seiko Presage Sharp Edged Series quickly gained a reputation for its
angular silhouette, distinctively patterned dial, and hands and indexes that reflect light while
Resident Evil: Death Island × Cutting-edge Astron Technology
Resident Evil: Death Island is a feature-length, fully computer-animated film created utilizing photorealistic CGI and is set in the universe of Resident Evil, the Japanese survival horror game series loved by fans around the world.
Seiko Watchmaking 110th Anniversary Seiko Presage Limited Edition
The Laurel, Japan’s first wristwatch, was created in 1913 and laid the foundation of the wristwatch manufacturing industry in Japan.
Powered by a new three-day movement, a mechanical GMT diver’s watch joins the Seiko Prospex collection for the first time.
Ever since its first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko has developed new technologies, features, and designs that have made the Seiko Prospex diver’s watch collection a favorite among professional and recreational divers the world over.
The achievements of Naomi Uemura are remembered in a classic 1970 Seiko design.
Five years after making Japan’s first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko introduced a new diver’s watch with a flowing case design and an asymmetrical extension that protected the crown at the four o’clock position.
Presage honors 110 years of Seiko watchmaking by celebrating Japanese craftsmanship.
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, the Laurel, and has advanced the art of watchmaking in the ensuing years through both technology and craft.
King Seiko salutes its birthplace and celebrates 110 years since Japan’s first wristwatch.
Kintaro Hattori opened a shop in Ginza to sell timepieces in 1881, thus beginning the history of
Seiko. His company produced Japan’s first wristwatch in 1913 and has since advanced the art of
watchmaking through both technology and craft.
SPEEDTIMER Mechanical Chronograph SRQ045
The latest Speedtimer chronograph takes inspiration from Seiko’s first stopwatch designed for timing winter sports. As the official timing device at a major sporting event held in Sapporo in 1972, the original stopwatch’s features were tailored for winter conditions.