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Seiko has released many different lines of watches through their various sub-brands over the years, from Pulsar to Grand Seiko and beyond. One of those lines that often flies under the radar – not at all deservingly – is the ‘Lord’ one. Seiko’s Lord Marvel, Lord Matic, Lord Quartz and others are all part of what I’ll call the ‘upper middle’ selection of Seikos; positioned right under the Grand and King Seiko. Although they’re not always fully sub-brands like Grand and King Seiko, the Lord designation has followed Seiko throughout its history. ‘Lords’ have always lived in the shadow of the other two more prominent lines; a blessing for interested collectors who can find good condition pieces at great prices, but a shame nonetheless as there really is a lot of good.
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Nah. King Seiko is the... King.
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