Grand Seiko has dropped 4 new US exclusives with colourful nature-inspired dials.
The vivid blue and emerald inexperienced dial of the SBGK015 Ryūsendō takes its coloration from the underground lakes of the identical identify, whereas SBGK017 takes its anthracite shade and ‘arare’ texture from conventional ironware from Morioka.
Both iterations of the 39mm watch function sapphire crystals and curved dials with small seconds on the 9 o’clock place and energy reserve indication on the three o’clock. Both items are powered by Grand Seiko’s handbook wind Calibre 9S63, which presents a 72-hour energy reserve and is correct to +5/-3 seconds a day.
While the SBGK015 Ryūsendō is restricted to 250 items, priced $7,500 USD, the SBGK017 joins Grand Seiko’s assortment is the US, priced $8,900 USD.
Housed in trendy reinterpretation of the model’s 44GS case design, the opposite two US exclusives use Grand Seiko’s Hi-Beat GMT automated Calibre 9S86 with a 55-hour energy reserve and unbiased 24-hour GMT indication.
The SBGJ261 Peacock presents a vibrant blue dial with hints of purple, whereas the SBGJ259 takes its lush inexperienced dial and vivid inexperienced GMT hand from a bamboo grove at Tokyo’s Nezu Museum and Garden. Both items are priced $6,800 USD. Each of the 4 US exclusives drop in September.
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