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Grand Seiko SBGZ007

Inspired by the night skies of the Shinshu region in Achi, Japan, Grand Seiko's SBGZ007 puts those starry skies onto your wrist with an intricately engraved timepiece crafted by the company's watchmakers at their Micro Artist Studio. Celebrating their 140th anniversary, the watch features a 38.5mm Zaratsu polished platinum case engraved with a pattern to emulate the changing skies of Achi. The case also frames a dial that goes through a complex process to create the deep blue, star-speckled finish. The watch is powered by their Caliber 9R02, a manually wound movement with an 84-hour power reserve. 


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