Sunday, April 9, 2017
Vintage Seiko Watches Worth to Look At
Nothing says elegance and style more than a Seiko watch. For years vintage Seiko Watches have been known for crafting some of the finest watches in different themes and styles. Seiko watches can be found dominating the headlines in print ads, television commercials and magazines. Although there are quite a few vintage Seiko watch series to consider, the top two series for vintage Seiko watches are undeniably the Seiko Coutura watches and Seiko Sportura series watches. Within these collections lies the best Seiko Watches has to offer.
The Seiko Coutura watches collection starts with an elegant base design and then goes from there. Some top models in the Seiko Coutura series display the traits of a great vintage Seiko watch. The Seiko Men's Brown Dial Two-Tone Bracelet watch is a big seller featuring a stainless steel two-tone band, brown face and gold-tone accents and crown. Although visually a beautiful watch the SGEB76 also features sapphire crystal, which is most scratch-resistant for longevity, a date calendar and a water resistance of 100 meters. Another top watch from the Seiko Coutura series is the Seiko Men's Coutura Alarm Chronograph watch. The SNA694 is highlighted by a gold-tone band and casing, with a charcoal dial to give a wonderful look to this well-crafted timepiece. Three subdials are also featured on the display making this watch another best-seller.
Seiko Sportura series gets it's inspiration from the Honda Racing Formula One Team and this fact can be obviously seen in the design of these watches. The Seiko Sportura Chronograph Honda Racing Team Limited Edition watch has subdials on the display mirrored after race car gauges and a black and red rubber strap. A true sports watch, the SNA749 has a chronograph that can measure up to sixty minutes in increments of 1/5 seconds. But the best of the best is certainly the Seiko Sportura Kinetic Chronograph Limited Edition timepiece. This very special watch comes with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the CEO of Honda and Seiko and features the most precise of movements. Using Seiko's Kinetic technology the SLQ023 is powered by the movement of your wrist and never requires a battery. Only 750 of these watches have been crafted.