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The Grand Seiko 62GS

Seiko celebrates their first automatic caliber.
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Helping celebrate their 55th Anniversary, Grand Seiko is going back to 1967 to resurrect their very first automatic watch, the 62GS. With no bezel and a wide dial opening, the watch was classic and confident with an aesthetic that looks as good today as it did in the '60s. 

Pictured above is the SBGR095 steel model, a faithful recreation of the original style complete with a lion emblem on the caseback, the same dial layout, hour markers, and the original dial logotypes. 

The watch will also come in white, yellow, and rose gold and Seiko will also release a collection that will complement the original styles which will feature their hi-beat 36,000 caliber and Spring Drive movements inside titanium and steel cases.

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