The sportiest timepieces ever made by the masters of fine finishing.
First established in 1960, Grand Seiko has since become one of the world’s leading watch manufacturers from Japan. The company claims they hold each and every timepiece they make to a rigorous standard: each design must adhere to their three core principles and each principle consists of up to nine separate elements.
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A high contrast bi-colour finish crowns the latest chronograph in Grand Seiko's sports series.
A bejewelled ode to serene Mishaka Pond to commemorate 140 years of Japanese watchmaking.
A luxurious, wood-grained limited edition embodying the spirit of Seiko's founder.
A new quartet of dual timezoners dedicated to the traditional microseasons of Japan.
With it's new birch tree-inspired dial, this might well be the most beautiful Grand Seiko around.
It's been a bumper year for era-evocative designs.
The world first calibre includes a tourbillon and constant-force mechanism on the same axis.
Two new luminous bezeled Triple Time Zone models join the Sport Collection.
The latest round-up of luxury news from across the globe.
Chunky indexes and a green Mount Iwate-inspired motif create a handsome dial for the retailer...
As Grand Seiko hits a milestone anniversary, the Japanese watchmaker takes a nostalgic look back at...