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Seiko Prospex Diver ref. SPB053 Review

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At Wind^Up a few weeks back, we met one of our long-time readers, James Smith (you Instagram fanatics may better know him as thejames80). We …
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Affordable Classic: How Seiko’s Earliest SARB Watches Revisited the ’70s

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Faceted crystals may seem like a hangover from an unfortunate ’70s trend—something the watch world has moved on from and possibly even looks back on …
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Affordable Vintage: Why the King Seiko 44-9990 (44KS) Rules Them All

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Grand Seiko may be first to come to mind when talking about vintage Seiko dress watches, but true Seikoholics know not to sleep on the …

My Watch: Collecting Seiko Chronographs with WatchRecon’s Sammy Sy

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A few weeks back, WatchRecon creator Sammy Sy joined us on an episode of The Worn & Wound Podcast. We discussed his indispensable app and …
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Seiko Marine Master Professional 300M “Tuna” – ref. SBBN031 Review

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For the longest time, I struggled to understand the appeal of Seiko’s family of shrouded divers. To be completely frank, I had considered the Seiko …

Affordable Vintage: the Ultra-Thin ’60s Seiko Goldfeather

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My preferred watches tend to lean toward the dressier side. The simplicity of classic dress watches have always been a breath of fresh air to …
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Seiko Brings the “Cocktail Time” to Presage and Expands the Line With New Models and Colors

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One of the great joys of the Seiko world (or great struggles, depending on your tolerance for jumping through hoops) are region-specific models. Some of …
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Introducing the Seiko Astron Giugiaro Design Limited Edition, ref. SSE121

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It looks like Seiko didn’t reveal all of their 2017 goodies at Baselworld last month. For this summer, Seiko is gearing up a new—and somewhat …
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The Return of the 62MAS: The Seiko Prospex SLA017 and SPB051/053

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The brand that I look forward to hearing from the most at Baselworld each year would have to be Seiko, not only because I’m an …