Two years ago, Seiko The successful timepiece that first premiered in 1961 reintroduced the King Seiko. Now, Japanese company King Seiko honors the style released in 1965 with an updated edition of the KSK. With its sharp, angular case, well-designed and handsome hour markers and hands, and, with its high-quality movement, its vintage-like front helps define the watch’s elevated design language and shape the collection.
new A re-creation of the King Seiko KSK Limited Edition Stays faithful to the original 1965 source material. The champagne-colored dial brings the details back to life but conveys the refined elegance of the original series with gold-tone hands and broad, faceted indexes. It is protected by a box-shaped sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on the inner surface, which ensures high clarity from any angle.
Like the original, the sharp-faced lugs of the stainless steel case are super-hard coated and have wide flat planes and razor-sharp angles with a diameter of 38.1 mm. They are Zaratsu polished to a distortion-free mirror finish.
The re-creation of the King Seiko KSK Limited Edition is powered by the automatic caliber 6L35, which beats at 28,800 vibrations per hour and accumulates a power reserve of 45 hours.
Fitted with a brown crocodile leather strap, the watch will be available from this month as a limited edition of 1,700 at select Seiko boutiques and retail partners worldwide. It has a price tag $3,300.
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