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2014

August
[Press Information]

Seiko Announces Grand Opening of First Boutique in US

July
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Denmark and New Zealand retain their crowns at the Seiko 49er & 49erFX European Championship.

July
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Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon success takes him back to the top of the world.

June
[Press Information]

The Seiko Astron GPS Solar Chronograph, made to measure for Novak Djokovic

May
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Darya Klishina wins the Seiko Golden Grand Prix in Tokyo

May
[Information]

Information regarding receiving leap second data on Seiko Astron GPS Solar watch.

April
[Information]

Shinji Hattori is honored with the Blue Ribbon Medal

March
[Press Information]

The President’s Message

March
[Press Information]

The new mechanical Hi-beat 36,000 GMT

March
[Press Information]

Seiko Prospex. Serious watches for serious sports

March
[Press Information]

Seiko and Novak Djokovic: a perfect match

March
[Press Information]

The Seiko Astron GPS Solar Chronograph.The Astron revolution gathers pace

March
[Announcement]

Recent problems with Contact Form

February
[Press Information]

Introducing a new Seiko Astron design, inspired by the curvature of the Earth.

January
[Information]

The announcement of our new partnership with Novak Djokovic took place recently in Melbourne.

January
[Press Information]

Seiko is the new watch partner of Novak Djokovic

2013

November
[Information]

To Astron owners, receive the leap second signal early December

November
[Information]

Seiko Facebook celebrates 200,000 fans!

October
[Information]

“FAQ’s on Astron” is now available

September
[Information]

Four new TV commercials are launched and introduced on Seiko TV.

September
[Information]

“Our Heritage” is updated

August
[Information]

Seiko 5 50th anniversary site

August
[Information]

Seiko to serve as the official timer of the IAAF World Championships Moscow 2013

August
[Press Information]

The laurels go to New Zealand, Great Britain and Denmark at the European Championships.