Seiko’s sports timing tradition inspires a new Speedtimer series

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  In the 1960’s, Seiko announced itself on the international sports timing stage with a whole new generation of high-precision equipment that was enthusiastically endorsed by many international sports federations and used to capture elapsed time at many of the … Continued

Ginza, the Tokyo district where the Seiko story began, inspires two watches that celebrate Seiko’s 140th anniversary

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  The Ginza district in central Tokyo has a special importance for Seiko. It was where the company’s founder, Kintaro Hattori, opened a shop selling and repairing clocks and watches in 1881, when he was just 21 years old and, … Continued

Two creations presented on a new type of fabric strap made especially for Prospex diver’s watches

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  Ever since Seiko’s first diver’s watch was introduced in 1965, the company has continuously pushed back the boundaries of what diver’s watches can offer. Today, Seiko introduces in the Prospex collection two modern re-interpretations of landmark timepieces from 1965 … Continued

The re-creation of Seiko’s first Alpinist watch from 1959. An important sports watch classic is re-born

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  It was in 1959 that Seiko’s first Alpinist watch was introduced to meet the needs of mountain climbers and recreational field sports enthusiasts. From the start, it was well received and, over the ensuing decades, its reputation spread far … Continued

A re-interpretation of the Seiko 1970 diver’s watch commemorates the life and achievements of adventurer Naomi Uemura

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  Five years after the introduction of Seiko’s, and Japan’s, first diver’s watch in 1965, Seiko introduced a watch that was as instantly memorable as it was supremely functional. This 1970 diver’s watch had a flowing case design with an … Continued

Prospex, Presage and Astron take inspiration from the many faces of Japan to celebrate Seiko’s 140th anniversary

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  When Kintaro Hattori founded his company in 1881, he was just 21 years old. During his fifty years at the helm, Seiko became the leading watch company in Japan, with its own design and production facilities. This achievement was … Continued

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