In 2016, Seiko debuted a series of enamel dial watches under the Presage range. Then in 2017, Seiko expanded the Presage line with four more watches boasting designs inspired by Seiko’s first-ever wristwatch produced in 1913 under the “Laurel” name, as well as a pocket watch from 1895 dubbed the “Time Keeper.” The watches were absolute stunners and true standouts at this year’s Baselworld. And they were exceptionally priced, too, with the mechanical chronograph coming in at $2,400 and the three-hander hitting an even grand.
Seiko is expanding the collection once again, this time with a limited edition, fired enamel dial that’s a stunning midnight blue. Inspired by Japanese tradition and the night sky, the Presage Blue Enamel Limited Edition is a stunning twist on a classic design.