There's a certain kind of charm in the odd, uncommon Seikos that you only find in Japan. Seiko and Japanese label Narifuri have created a special version of Giugiario Design's Rider's Chronograph, a watch that features a dial that's tilted 15 degrees to make it easier to read when your hand is on the steering wheel. The watch was created to celebrate Narifuri's new flagship store and features an all-steel construction, a quartz movement, and magnetic resistance.
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