In 1965, Seiko launched the King Seiko collection, a design that showcased the highest levels of their watchmaking capabilities. Today, Seiko reintroduces that line with the new King Seiko Series, a collective of five timepieces that are built with the same eye for detail and precision construction as the original models. Inspired by the 1965 King Seiko KSK, the new watches feature a 37mm case with a 6R31 automatic movement, which has a power reserve of 70 hours. Available in five dial options, the watch is offered with a metal bracelet option or a choice of five exclusive leather straps.
Seiko brings back a digital tachymeter watch from Giugiaro Design
Another classic Giugiaro-designed re-release from Seiko.