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Stainless Steel Grand Seiko HI-BEAT with White Dial and Date (SBGH001)- Classic Looks Luxury Watch

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Generally you would think that the best luxury watches are made in Switzerland and this is generally in part due to advertisements, however Seiko (Japan) today is one of the top leaders in producing superior watch movements with precise accuracy.

Seiko has been making highly accurate mechanical watches from 1913 and has won the Neuchatel Observatory award in 1960 for best precision watch movement and as well you should know that Seiko made and sold the first quartz wristwatch in the world using their HI-BEAT calibre movement technology.

The stainless steel Grand Seiko HI-BEAT with white dial and date has an elegant classic look. The second hand of the watch is blue for a distinct look and the back of the watch is see through and visually feature the ultra precise HI-BEAT 36000 watch movement. The screw down crown also has the GS (Grand Seiko) emblem embossed on it.

If you want a classic looking watch with the best precision movement don’t hesitate to look at the Grand Seiko HI-BEAT with the white dial and date.


  • Drive system Mechanical Automatic (Hand winding capability)
  • Caliber No. 9S85
  • Case Stainless steel
  • Case back See-through screw case back with sapphire crystal
  • Glass High definition dual-curved sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating
  • Bracelet Solid stainless steel
  • Buckle Stainless steel with three-fold clasp with push button release
  • Accuracy +5 ~ -3 seconds/ day
  • Water resistance 10 bar
  • Magnetic resistance 4800 A/m (60 gauss)
  • Weight 151g
  • Case thickness 13.0 mm
  • Case diameter 40.0mm
  • Jewels 37
  • Remarks
  • Screw crown
  • Blue-steel second hand

Price: $ 6150


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Editor @ April 30, 2011

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