Category : Seiko
The Ultimate Seiko Alpinist Collectors Guide
THE SEIKO ALPINIST Seiko introduced the Alpinist wristwatch in 1961 with the intention of it becoming a reliable timepiece for Japanese mountain climbers...
The Seiko 6139 – 600X Collectors Guide
The 1960s saw many in the watch industry looking to capitalise on increased demand for automatic watches. In 1969, Seiko delivered by introducing what wa...
Grand Seiko Collector’s Guide
GRAND SEIKO THE WORLD’S BEST The original Grand Seiko watch and the line of watches that followed would be a game-changer for the Japanese watchmaker. The Gra...
The Seiko Bullhead Collectors Guide
The Seiko Bullhead 6138-0040 was introduced in 1969 as part of the “Seiko 5” family. According to Seiko’s official website, the “5 Sports” line came...
The Seiko Tuna Collector’s Guide
Seiko Tuna is the name given to a range of watches designed for scuba and professional diving. In particular, Seiko made these watches with saturation divin...
Seiko 7A28 Collector’s Guide
INTRODUCTION Seiko 7A28 is a series of watches that introduced the first analogue display quartz chronograph movement to the world. Seiko launched the series in...
SEIKO SilverWave Diver’s Watches
INTRODUCTION After WWII as the popularity of diving moved beyond military and commercial diving, and the cost of Scuba gear reduced, watchmakers moved towards p...
The Seiko 62MAS 010 – The first Seiko diver’s watch?
WAS SEIKO 62MAS-010 THE FIRST SEIKO DIVER’S WATCH? SEIKO: FROM TSUNAMI TO TSUNAMI. Above is the classic Japanese woodblock print of a great wave or tsunam...
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