Seiko celebrates 100 years of watchmaking this year with the release of several limited edition watches. Some of these watches have been released while others are still in pipeline. One of the watches that will be released in July will be a Grand Seiko that is based on the design of the vintage 44GS from 1967.
Here’s a picture of the 44GS taken from Seiko’s website.
The limited edition Grand Seiko will be powered by the 9S65 movement with 3-day power reserve and will have a diameter of 40mm. It will be limited to 1200 pieces and priced at JPY472,500 in Japan inclusive of tax.
Catalog photo: http://www.isozaki-tokei.com/
Very classy and classic piece.
That looks great. Those lug finishing on side and lug holes, classic sturdy looking bracelet, light blue second hand…wow what a stunner!
I like the case design on this model.
A beautifull watch , befitting Seiko’s 100th Anniversary of wrist watch manufacture’ .
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GS classic! Looking every bit as contemporary as it did more than 30 years ago.