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From the Archives: a Look Back at the Seiko “Turtle”

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One of the biggest releases of 2016, at least in terms of response and overall …
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Introducing the Limited-Edition Seiko Presage Automatic 60th Anniversary

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Seiko’s Presage line is the brand’s high(er)-end family of watches, falling somewhere between the Seiko’s entry-level mechanical offerings and Grand Seiko. The collection pulls heavily …

@vintagediver’s Top Ten Vintage Seikos (Part 2)

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Last week, we covered the first half of my top ten list for the best vintage Seikos money can buy. Today, we’re going through the …
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@vintagediver’s Top Ten Vintage Seikos (Part 1)

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Not too long ago, I decided to do a rundown of my top ten favorite vintage watches on Instagram. As most collectors would agree, it …
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World of Watches 2 Hosts Singapore’s First-Ever Grand Seiko Event Featuring Master Watchmaker Satoshi Hiraga

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A first-ever Grand Seiko event of its kind in Singapore—a well-regarded hotspot for watch aficionados—was recently hosted by Grand Seiko authorized retailer World of Watches …

Chronography 10: Three Excellent Vintage Calibers from Seiko and Citizen

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In 1969, Seiko’s 6139 chronograph caliber was nothing short of revolutionary, incorporating a column wheel and a vertical clutch system. Seiko certainly didn’t invent the …
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Upcoming JDM Seikos You’ll Want to Keep an Eye On

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In the past, we’ve written about how Seiko often saves some of their most desirable releases for the Japanese domestic market. I’ll concede that Seiko’s …
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Introducing the Limited Edition Grand Seiko SBGJ021 Hi-Beat GMT

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Grand Seiko, it seems, never fails to impress. Since 1960, the Japanese firm has been producing truly world-class movements, cases, and dials at a fraction …

Affordable Vintage: Seiko Quartz LC 0624-5009 LCD

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There is no shortage of beautiful and innovative vintage watches out there, but few are …