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Seiko 5 Sports Automatic Submariner Styled ‘Sea Urchin’ Men’s Watch
Seiko Diver’s Automatic Stainless Steel Men’s Watch SKX009K2
Seiko Divers Automatic Blue Dial Rubber Strap Men’s Watch SKX009K1
Seiko 5 Sports Automatic Stainless Steel Blue Dial Men’s Watch SNZH53K1
The Watch: Seiko 5 SNZG15KThis Seiko 5 Sports Automatic Black Canvas Strap Men’s Watch (SNZG15K) has a black dial protected by a stainless steel open back case and Hardlex glass. Featuring a day and date display and luminous hands and markers, the watch is fitted with a NATO style canvas strap. Key Features:Seiko 7S36 calibire, 23-jewel automatic movement100m water resistantHardlex glassDay and date displayOpen back caseLuminous hands and markers The Family: Seiko 5The Seiko 5 family has set the standard in affordable, rugged and stylish watches since 1963. Designed to be simple but serious, the Seiko 5 is so-called due to its five key attributes: automatic winding, displaying the day and date in a single window, water resistance, a recessed crown at the 4 o’clock position and a durable metal bracelet. Released in order to meet the demands of the revolutionary baby-boomer generation, the Seiko 5 collection is just as popular to this day, proof that expert craftsmanship and elegant design will never go out of fashion. The Brand: SeikoSeiko’s 135-year history has been marked by a ceaseless determination to innovate in every aspect of the watchmaker’s art. The company began when Kintaro Hattori, whose great grandson is currently company president, founded a clock repair shop in central Tokyo. After only eleven years of trading, the company manufactured its first clock, swiftly followed by its first watch in 1895. As Japan’s railway system expanded throughout the early twentieth century, precise timing became increasingly crucial, and the Seikosha, as the company was then known, pocket watch was the only one to be officially approved by the Japanese Railway Network. This tradition continues to this day, with Seiko railroad watches used to regulate the schedules of Japan’s fleet of bullet trains that can travel at a staggering 580kph. On August 28th, 1953, commercial television arrived in Japan. At exactly 7pm, the country’s first ever television advertisement was broadcast, promoting a Seiko alarm clock; not only had Seiko revolutionized how watches were made, but also how they were sold. The 1960s saw Seiko completely alter the watchmaking industry in a way that no company ever has before or since. In a daring challenge to the centuries old status of Swiss watchmaking, Seiko released the Grand Seiko in 1960. The philosophy behind the watch was simple and yet enormously difficult to realise: a watch that would be as precise, durable, easy to wear and beautiful as humanly possible. Such a bold pursuit produced staggering results, with the first ever Grand Seiko being accurate to within +12 to -3 seconds a day, possessing a 45 hour power reserve and the first Japanese watch to receive a rating of excellence from the Bureaux Officiels de Contróle de la Marche des Montres. Nine years later, Seiko dealt its killer blow to the established status of Swiss watchmaking by introducing the world’s first quartz watch, the Seiko Quartz Astron. This irreversibly altered the course of timepiece manufacture forever. By harnessing the piezoelectric effect of crystals to keep time and then condensing it into timepiece form, Seiko had produced a watch that was accurate to within 5 seconds per month, 100 times more accurate than any other watch and ran continuously for a year, roughly 250 times longer than most mechanical watches. As a result of this, Swiss watchmaking was plunged into what is now known as the “quartz crisis,” with its failure to embrace the potential of this revolutionary new quartz technology forcing several established and respected brands to close their doors. By continuing to embrace its mantra of unceasing innovation, Seiko in the latter half of the twentieth century and up to the present day has continued to be responsible for a string of industry-leading advances in the technology of time. This includes the introduction of the world’s first TV watch in 1983, and the pioneering release of the Seiko Kinetic in 1988, the first ever watch to generate its own electricity from the movement of the wearer. More recently, this titan of Japanese watchmaking has released the world’s first watch specifically engineered for a spacewalk, the Seiko Spring Drive Spacewalk, and the Seiko Astron GPS Solar, a watch that recognizes the time zone the wearer is in and adjusts itself accordingly. In addition to this Seiko has also been the official timekeeper for a staggering 5 Olympic Games, 4 FIFA World Cups and every IAAF World Championships from 1987 onwards. Seiko are unique in that they manufacture every aspect of every watch in-house via a crack team of expert watchmakers, with this even including growing their own quartz crystals and sapphires. This dedication to the refinement of the watchmaker’s art has informed every Seiko watch from its inception to the present day, meaning that each timepiece that leaves its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is a pure expression of the possibilities afforded by the ruthless pursuit of perfection. Who We AreWatchNation is proud to be an authorized, established and respected supplier of Seiko watches. We stock a broad and exciting range of these superb timepieces both online and in store. Visiting us in store, located at 15-17 Charles Street, Hoole, Chester, CH2 3AZ, gives you the opportunity to take a first-hand look at our fantastic range of high-quality timepieces, with our friendly team of staff always on hand to use their decades of experience to offer helpful advice, useful information and expert guidance. If you can’t pay a visit to our store, then our online delivery service guarantees that your latest timepiece will go from checkout to your wrist in a fast and reliable manner. These services are all a product of the motto on which WatchNation was founded and will forever operate – “Time for the People.”
Seiko 5 Sports Automatic Stainless Steel Two-Tone Men’s Watch SNZF15K1
The Watch: Seiko SKX013K2This Seiko Diver’s Automatic Black Dial Men's Watch (SKX013K2) has a black dial protected by a stainless steel case and Hardlex glass. Featuring a day and date display, unidirectional rotating bezel, luminous hands and hour markers, and a stainless steel bracelet, the watch is water resistant to 200m. Key Features:Seiko 7S26 calibire, 21-jewel automatic movementHardlex glassLuminous hands and marker200m water resistant certified diving watchDay and date displayUnidirectional rotating bezel The Family: ProspexThe Seiko Prospex family uses Seiko’s innovative ethos to combat the watchmaker’s greatest challenge, adventure sports. Whether at sea, on land or in the sky, this collection of timepieces will deliver trademark Seiko precision and reliability in even the most adverse of weather conditions. The Brand: SeikoSeiko’s 135-year history has been marked by a ceaseless determination to innovate in every aspect of the watchmaker’s art. By embracing this mantra, Seiko has been responsible for a string of industry-leading advances in the technology of time, such as the world’s first quartz watch, the world’s first TV watch, and the Seiko Kinetic, the first watch ever to generate its own electricity from the movement of the wearer. Seiko are unique in that they manufacture every aspect of every watch in-house, with this ruthless pursuit of perfection even including growing their own quartz crystals and sapphires. Who We AreWatchNation is proud to be an authorized, established and respected supplier of Seiko watches. We stock a broad and exciting range of these superb timepieces both online and in store. Visiting us in store, located at 15-17 Charles Street, Hoole, Chester, CH2 3AZ, gives you the opportunity to take a first-hand look at our fantastic range of high-quality timepieces, with our friendly team of staff always on hand to use their decades of experience to offer helpful advice, useful information and expert guidance. If you can’t pay a visit to our store, then our online delivery service guarantees that your latest timepiece will go from checkout to your wrist in a fast and reliable manner. These services are all a product of the motto on which WatchNation was founded and will forever operate – “Time for the People.”