7 Finest Seiko Watches That You Must Have This 2022

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It started in 1881 with Kintaro Hattori, a 21-year-old entrepreneur who sells and repairs in central Tokyo. Hattori opened a shop selling watches and clocks. After 11 years, Hattori had already established his factory, “Seikosha.” In 1892, when the factory was already operational, Hattori specialized more in making wall clocks, and he continuously emerged.

The first Seiko watch is called Laurel, made in 1913; Laurel changed how people tell the time for the following generations. Seiko has various collections, and Seiko doesn’t disappoint since its style suits all consumers. Just like the new SNE587P1and other Seiko collections that you will love. To determine your style in a wristwatch, here are the seven finest Seiko watches you must have this 2022.


1. King Seiko SPB291

This watch is a limited edition, stainless steel case, mirror, and hairline finish. King Seiko SPB291 has an exhibition in the case back, a 10.33 mm thick case. It’s an automatic and manual winding capability; the crystal used is shaped in a box style, a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating on its inner surface. And which can be utilized in direct sunlight. Its hand is three, and its dial is purple. The functions of King Seiko SPB291 include Seconds, Minutes, and Hours; its power reserve is approximately 70 hours. 

Just like the other brands of wristwatches, the SBP291 is also water resistant up to 100m. For ultimate comfort, its timepiece sports is done in stainless steel bracelet featuring a mirror and finishing with a hairline. An exciting part of the SBP291 is its Tri-fold push button release clasp. Even its limited edition SBP291 warranty is 2 years, so if you purchase in King Seiko, this will be your advantage because not all wristwatch offers an extended warranty.

2. Seiko Presage Cocktail SRPJ13J1

Elegant that catches the light, with a rich sunray dial that attracts the eye. Seiko Presage Cocktail SRPJ13J1 secondhand curves, down follows the sloping contour of the dial. A timepiece collection inspired by the Japanese cocktail culture, this particular wristwatch is named after ‘The Aviation’ cocktail. It is a blue-violet hue, with the ingredient crème de violette. SRPJ13J1 is also inspired by the Japanese tradition, where when you finish your work, what comes next is a chat and a cocktail. 

Hisashi Kishi named each of the timepieces after drinks. If you prefer a minimalistic watch and a Japanese aesthetic, the Seiko Presage Cocktail SRPJ13J1 is needed to be added to your list. A box-shaped hard case features 23 jewels and a stainless steel case. Its clasp is a double fold with a thickness of 11.8 mm, Japan-made automatic, and the 4R35 movement with manual winding capacity. It’s a men’s watch, but it is also Unisex and adds a date display function.

3. Seiko Prospex SNE589

A black dial, stainless steel case bracelet. Seiko Prospex a brand new with a solar movement. A solar diver’s wristwatch, made with top quality materials, the SNE589 strap is made out of a steel bracelet of steel color and with double closure with high security. And with bezel steel and a sapphire crystal. If you prefer a fashionable with a simple design, then SNE589 is the right choice for you. Its red accent of the second hand adds the crown to the diver’s style of thick hands.

The good features of SNE589 are that it is designed to be practical, durable, and reliable. And also designed for sports, experts, and adventure seekers, Prospex combines the words “Professional’ and ‘Specifications.’ Its lock is released with an extender with 200-meter water resistance. The other functions of SNE589 have luminescent hands and indexes. Its buckle type is a three-folded clasp with a secure look, pushing the button release with an extender.

4. Seiko Presage SRPF53

The Seiko Presage SRPF53, a timepiece that is exclusive to the U.S. SRPF53, is powered by the Seiko’s movement of the caliber 4R35. And it is a see-through exhibition case-back to display its movement. A 41.7mm polished stainless steel case and a combination of dual sapphire crystal display the sky blue textured pavestone patterned dial. From the serenity of a Japanese Garden, a minimalistic design aesthetics SRPF53 is inspired. 

With an extra touch of elegance, it is faceted texture sandblasted markers and the razor-sharp sword which style the hands. SRPF53 equipped in a blue extra-long seconds hand tracks the minutes on its outer chapter ring—a brushed stainless steel bracelet featuring its twin push button tri-fold clasp closure. Having the elegance inspiration of SRPF53, its slim polished markers and the delicate curved hands reminiscent of the martini glass, with its sleek and svelte design, make it even more glamorous.

5. Seiko Presage Vintage SSA447J1

This watch is a vintage 60s style with its series featuring the 4R57 movement and adding the characteristics of the sub-dial at the 6 o’clock position and its two-color base dial and sub-dial. SSA447J1 power-reserve hand and the indicator is positioned from twelve to four, which further emphasizes the vintage style. The features of SSA447J1 include a green dial adding a brown leather strap to achieve the authentic modern retro look. Inspired by the first-ever timepiece, Japan’s first, this timepiece collection is designed to give practical modern watches with retro vintage 1960s looks. 

A Japan-made automatic with manual winding capacity. With a see-through case back and its 29 jewels, 50-meter water resistance. The thickness of this retro vintage watch is 14.3mm, and its power reserve is for 41 hours. If you’re wondering if it’s only for men, don’t be because this watch is unisex, and if you’re curious about its adjustment, well, it has the wave pin method. The hour hands color combines black and cream, with a stop secondhand function.

6. Seiko Prospex Speedtimer SSC909

Seiko Prospex SSC909 is a speed timer solar chronograph, a limited edition of 10,000. The design is by Seiko’s 1969 Speedtimer, also the world’s first self-winding chronograph. SSC909 doesn’t require a battery change since it is only powered by light energy; its power reserve is 6 months once it is already fully charged. The measured timepiece is up to 60 minutes with an elapsed time in 1/5 -second increments with a split time measurement function. Speedtimer SSC909 has a pale blue dial with a sunray finish and a 24-hour subdial.

The Seiko SSC909 is a crystal trophy ice blue panda, stainless steel bracelet with a hard black coating on its inner surface. It has a date display, and a 24-hour hand is equipped with small seconds hand and has an overcharge prevention function. It features a tachymeter function, the serial number engraved on the case back. The magnetic resistance of this speed timer SSC909 is 4,800 A/m, weighing 161.0g. Its case diameter is 39mm, and its release clasp is in a tri-fold push button; even if it is a limited edition, it is still an international edition.

7. Seiko 5 Sports SSK005 

The new Seiko 5 Sports SKX Sports Style and an automatic movement watch. An orange watch face and a stainless steel band with a folding clasp. The luminous indices/hands, stainless steel case, and 21,000 vibrations per hour. It is Seiko’s best-loved sports watch, and it is known as the Seiko SKX series automatic GMT manual with its winding capability, where the design of the bracelet and case of SSK005 is inspired. With the luminous hands and markers and its magnified date calendar, a 10 bar 100 meters water resistance. 

The Seiko SSK005 caliber is a 4R34, stylized five-row bracelet with a large GMT hand to improve visibility and legibility. They also have black and blue models if you don’t prefer the orange model. The driving period of SSK005 lasts for 41 hours at its maximum hoisting, a 24-hour bidirectional bezel where hardlex crystal is used to protect the watch. You can use the watch in three different time zones; the 24-hour is repeated onto the inner and its sloping flank dial. And it adds the three bezels of the watch that are bicolor so the watch can distinguish day and night.

Concluding Thoughts 

This new Seiko release offers the best available. Some of the watches may be limited, but it is worth buying; Seiko watches don’t disappoint in their quality. They give the best features of every watch and their uniqueness. 

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