You may not know it, but Grand Seiko has a rival in Japanese watchmaking. That rival is the well-kept, albeit open, secret that is Credor, another elite brand of Seiko, but despite descending from the same legendary parent, they have very different ideas as to what makes the perfect watch. But before we get into
No other watch brand in the world has quite the grasp of winter weather as does Grand Seiko. Its legendary Snowflake, the SBGA011 (the original) and the current SBGA211, have become truly iconic, mentioned alongside many of the greatest watches ever made, and are something of a symbol for the Japanese company. Thus, when we
Timeless Luxury Watches is very proud to announce our first limited edition collaboration with Grand Seiko, one of our earliest partners and one of our all-time favorite brands. It’s long been a dream of ours to create a watch with GS and it’s wonderful to finally see the result of that dream in real life.
Grand Seiko has just released a beautiful new two-tone watch, the SBGE248. This gorgeous watch is a descendant of the incredibly popular SBGE001/SBGE201, but adds a brilliant blue dial and bezel, as well as 18k yellow gold accents. Aside from these changes in color and materials, the SBGE248 retains pretty much everything that made the
I’ll be the first to admit that Grand Seiko’s strategy with the Snowflake has always been, to put it charitably, mysterious to me. In creating the Snowflake, the brand found its first truly international hit and an icon that may one day rival watches like the Speedmaster or Submariner. Every other brand, like Tudor with
Grand Seiko just released the new SBGN009, a watch designed to honor 50 years of quartz watches. As you already know, Seiko released the first quartz wristwatch, the Astron, in 1969, starting an horological revolution that continues to this day. The blue dial with gold accents features Seiko’s quartz crystal emblems. The gold fourth hand
Thanks to everyone that came to our recent Oris Baselworld Preview Event! Here are a few quick photos we took of Oris’ latest models. We’ll start with everyone’s favorite new Oris, the Great Barrier Reef Limited Edition III. What a terrific dial. We might do a full review of this one down the road. The
Grand Seiko just announced four beautiful new “Four Seasons” models! As you would guess, each model represents a single season. The SBGA415, which represents winter, may be my favorite of the four. This gorgeous dial, which reminds me of clouds (I guess GS already had snow covered…), will be in titanium and available this September
MeisterSinger is a German watch brand that is known for one thing above all else: its obsession with using a single hand to tell time, a design decision that is embodied in nearly every watch they make. Join us as we go through every single collection and model that MeisterSinger currently makes, and remember that
We just got the new G-Shock GMWB5000G-2 in! This 43mm model, inspired by the first DW5000C, has a steel case ion plated in a decidedly non-traditional bright blue. It looks pretty awesome, actually. The price is quite reasonable too, at $450.00. Click here to learn more.