Seiko the king of waves

Seiko: Master of the Waves

The rituals in the country of the Rising Sun are part of the beauty of its traditions. And this genuine way of celebrating important moments is also part of the country’s luxury brands. For this reason, Seiko has launched Presage Craftsmanship Series Seiko Watchmaking 110th Anniversary Shippo Enamel Dial Edición Limitada. A watch that is part of a collection that commemorates 110 years of watchmaking excellence, specifically 110 years of the house’s first bracelet model, the Laurel, which was launched in 1913. A limited edition of 800 units with the serial number engraved at the bottom of each box.

Seiko Master of the Waves

But it is the cover that draws the most attention. Honoring the esmalte Shippothe exquisite and elegant blue dial is the result of a multi-step process of glazing, firing and polishing the surface of translucent blue nail polish to highlight the distinctive wavy pattern. Created by master craftsman Wataru Totanithe sphere express gratitude to the seasa tribute to the Dutch glazed pottery that gave rise to Owari’s Shippo glaze tradition.

automatic gauge

In the new model, the design incorporates Roman numerals and alternating indices, as well as a date subdial and a power reserve indicator. Plus, you can enjoy great views of the caliber thanks to the transparent screw-down back. A in-house automatic movement 6R27 with 29 jewels, which beats at a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve of approximately 45 hours.

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The Case is made of stainless steel, with super hard coating and a new refined and beautifully proportioned shape. Other details include a double-curved anti-reflective sapphire crystal, triple push-button folding clasp, and a stainless steel strap.e dark blue sustainable leather, certified by the Leather Working Group (LWG). In addition, it is submersible to 100 meters. The finishing touch is the limited edition collector’s case that serves to store this mechanical treasure.

In short, Seiko has deployed its craftsmanship in Seiko’s most elegant collection, Presage. To do this, she has proposed a design with subtle changes that provide more elegance. Slightly more angular, with straighter lugs and a double-curved sapphire crystal closer to the dial allows a unique contemplation of the exquisite dial. This model, also known as the reference SPB399, has a 40.6 mm x 14.1 mm steel case with brushed and polished surfaces. The dial has a subdial at 6 o’clock with a date hand and a power reserve indicator at 9 o’clock.

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