This Christmas Eve I had a very special treat. A fellow collector allowed me to borrow his collection of Brightz watches in order to do a photo review. Together with my own Brightz, I believe this is almost the complete collection of Brightz watches assembled at any one time. Do take note that these models were released in 2003/4 and cannot be found anymore. These are highly sought after due to their quality movements, enamel dials (which will never fade or tarnish with time) and font, which was recently resurrected in the SARG series.
Enjoy the photos!
SAGN005: 4S29 Handwinding, small seconds, power reserve indicator (+25/-15)
SAGN007: 4S27 Automatic, GMT, Retrograde Day, Jumping Date (+25/-15). There are 3 (as far as I know) LE editions of this model, the SAGN006/8 which came with a pink gold bezel and gold hands and hour markers. The dial is white non-enamel (006)/ black enamel (008). The other LE edition is the SAGN015, which is the same as the SAGN007 with a blue-black dial. These LE editions are rare as hen’s teeth and I have yet to see any in person or for sale.
SAGL001/SAGL005. 8L21 Automatic 3 hander (+25/-15). These are probably the only models with the 8L21 movement and is spec to +25/-15 and not the usual +15/-10 as in the 8L35 found in the MM300. These 2 are essentially the same, but the SAGL005 is a brown dial limited edition. Pictures shown here are essentially exchangeable except for the dial pictures.
SAGM007: 8F32, 3 hander, Perpertual Calendar. White dial is also non-enamel. Comes with solid case back. Black dial variant is SAGM005
This is a high accuracy quartz movement. There are also multiple chronograph variants of this, such as the SAGJ003.
Simply love the Brightz range of watches. Hopefully it stays JDM only, so Seiko collectors get to enjoy these hidden gems a bit longer.