It’s not the first time we have been blown away by Seiko’s detailed finishes and flawless attention to detail. The Grand Seiko collection is home to a number of in-house calibers like the Spring Drive, which combines the performance of a quartz movement and a mechanical movement in one.
Staying power and accuracy are core principles met in the manufacture of every Grand Seiko watch created by world-renowned luxury wristwatch maker, Seiko. The company’s facilities based in Shizuku-Ishi Watch Studio in Iwate, Japan, has become the birthing home to many an iconic timepiece. As well as their incredibly accurate quartz movements,
Christmas – the season of festive cheer. It reminds us of cackling log fires, twinkling lights on the Christmas tree, a stack of ribbon-wrapped presents under the branches, good food, mulled wine and of course – delicate snowflakes falling down outside the window as you unwrap your gifts by the fireplace.
If you’ve ever looked at historical military artefacts from an era that marked the point at which the world was turned upside down a second time, very few tools and instruments would match up to the beauty of Longines’ 1938 military watch. The timepiece was developed a year before the deadliest conflict in human history.