State of the Seiko Collection August 2014


Kinetic Landmaster SBDW005. Kinetic movement with GMT hand. All titanium monocoque body.


Lord Marvel 36000. 5740C movement, beating at 10bps, first Seiko Hi-beat movement. Currently, only Zenith and Seiko produce 36000 movements on a large scale for sale.


Laurel. 4S15 movement. Integrated bracelet design.


Brightz SAGN001. 4S15 movement. LE of 500. Brightz Titanium body. Sporty, thick lugs. Gorgeous font type.


Brightz SAGN005. 4S29 movement. Hand-winding only with power reserve and subsidiary second hands. Enamel Dial. Brightz Titanium body. Cushion style case. Gorgeous font type.


Credor Phoenix GCBR993. 8L75 movement, basically gold plated version of 8L35 found in MM300. Stainless steel body, finishing second only to GS. Arrow head hands. Phoenix motif carved on caseback.


Mechanical SARN001. 4S36 movement, GMT, power reserve, retrograde day, subsidiary date. Last variation in 4S family. Highest level of mechanical movement offered by Seiko outside of GS movement family.


Brightz Ananta SAEH005. 6S28 movement, chronograph, column wheel, rocking pinion. Regarded as unofficial Kakume reissue. Ceramic bezel. Gorgeous finishing on lugs.


Credor GCBZ995. 8L36 movement, undecorated, unadjusted version of 9S56 found in GS. Very well-polished hands. Tokyo stripes on entire movement back. The only GMT version of 8L family that I’m aware of and only found in this model. Artwork on dial. GCBZ997 has the “Seiko” branding on dial.

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