The Complete Seiko Buying Guide - Watch Freeks


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Old 03-12-2019, 01:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As we a know Seiko produce a massive array of watches for all budgets. Here are the categories explained, being a Seiko fan I found this piece very interesting.
https://gearpatrol.com/2019/03/11/th...ine-explained/


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What's so incredible Gary, is not only do they have so many amazing
lines, or collections, but those lines are divided into different divisions
too ! Really is something, and you know?! You could actually
focus on any one division, and have the most impressive collection.

Seriously, just the Recraft, and Seiko 5 lines can keep you mesmerized,
and preoccupied forever. Really is unbelievable ! ..Thank you Gary !!!
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It is quite incredible what they're doing and if one goes back even just a bit to say the early 2000's, then it becomes even more impressive.

A few steps further back from that to the 70's and 80's, which in my humble opinion were Seiko's heydays, and one sees the large number and depth of their range of watches that were available - quite amazing and worthy of serious respect. No prizes for guessing that they're my favourite watch brand
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IMHO Seiko can DO NO WRONG (cept their bracelets)
Hope my rich uncle bequeaths me enuff to get a Grand Seiko.

Probabily of that? Neva hoppen.

Lou Snutt
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Thank you very much for the link! I found model ranges I had never heard of before (but one cannot know everything of course). Seiko must be doing something right and I can imagine that their top end gold models are popular among wealthy Japanese businessmen.
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