Laurel, the first Seiko wristwatch

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Laurel, the first Seiko wristwatch

Post by koimaster » May 2nd 2021, 10:34am

By the Seikoguy

There are countless reasons why watch enthusiasts become passionate about Seiko. For me, it all started when I discovered the long and incredible history of the Japanese brand.

The history of Seiko, which began in 1881 with the opening of a small watch shop in the heart of Tokyo, is studded with revolutionary timepieces.

The Hi-Beat movements of Grand Seiko V.F.A. reached a level of precision never seen before in mechanical wristwatches.

The Quartz-Astron 35SQ changed forever the way people keep track of time, and revolutionized the entire watch industry.

The Spring Drive, introduced in the late 1990s, brought a new wave of innovation, which today is expressed at the highest levels in some gems by Grand Seiko and Credor. ... r1PZVc4gxg


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