Grand Seiko Baselworld 2017 Watch Review
Friday - 16 June 2017
Devoted to precision, accuracy and exceptional craftsmanship, Grand Seiko deliver an unmissable line up. The Japanese watch brand deliver a stunning collection that as always boasts an understated, timeless elegance. The skilled designers and engineers allow for the brand to evolve whilst remaining true to their strong signature style. Watchmaking at it’s finest! Let’s take a look at the latest releases from Grand Seiko.
Boasting a 72 hour power reserve, an upgraded Caliber 9S55 mechanical movement and the latest in hairspring technology, the instrument is highly accurate. The case’s mirror finish and exhibition case back enhances the designs beauty and delicacy that brings stability and strength to the wrist; a truly exquisite piece.
Specifications: fixed bezel, steel bracelet strap, 13.5mm depth, steel case, 39.4mm diameter, date display, silver dial, automatic movement, 100M water resistance.
Grand Seiko release their first ever chronograph! A stunning design that offers a variety of complications in a calm, clear setting. The black dial with silver markings and sharp, precise hands enters a new world of timekeeping without loosing the essence of Grand Seiko. The chronograph debut is beautifully designed!
Specifications: fixed bezel, steel bracelet strap, 16.1mm depth, steel case, 43.5mm diameter, chronograph, date display, black dial, spring drive movement, GMT, 72 hour power reserve, 100M water resistance.
A retro yet modern design that brings elegance to the wrist. The avid international traveller will never be late for an appointment with this charming classic that holds precision as a priority when circulating in different time zones; a harmonious design with a classic case and vintage dial that is well suited to the modern gent.
Specifications: fixed bezel, leather strap, 13.9mm depth, steel case, 39.5mm diameter, date display, silver dial, automatic movement, GMT, 30M water resistance.
A nostalgic design that looks back to the 44GS, which was first unveiled in 1967 and began cemented the ‘Grand Seiko Style’ identity that remains so strong today. The radiant, silver finish to the silky dial brings a sense of luxury and grandeur to the design enhanced by the multi-faceted cut silver indices. A design that continues Grand Seiko’s fine legacy.
Specifications: fixed bezel, steel bracelet strap, 13.8mm depth, steel case, 41mm diameter, date display, silver dial, spring drive movement, power reserve 100M water resistance.