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2012

March
[Press Information]

Seiko Astron. The world’s first GPS solar watch.

2011

December
[Around the World]

FC Barcelona is, once again, the best club football team in the world. (Ginza, Japan)

December
[Around the World]

2011 Toray Shanghai International Marathon (Shanghai, China)

November
[Around the World]

Seiko celebrates its 130th anniversary exhibitions in Singapore (Singapore)

October
[Press Information]

The SEIKO-sponsored icaré 2 glider sets another new world record.

October
[Press Information]

The new SEIKO Sportura FC Barcelona Chronograph meets its inspiration.

October
[Around the World]

Seiko shines at the Moscow Watch Expo (Moscow, Russia)

October
[Around the World]

Seiko’s 130th anniversary celebrations come to New York. (New York, U.S.A)

October
[Around the World]

The World SOLAR Challenge, 2011. Another step towards a greener future. (Australia)

October
[Around the World]

2011 Beijing Marathon (Beijing, China)

October
[Around the World]

Landon Donovan meets his fans at Macy's and via ESPN (California, U.S.A)

October
[Around the World]

The Grand Seiko Road Show with Seiko’s Master Craftsman (Seattle, Phoenix, and Beverly Hills, U.S.A)

October
[Around the World]

Seiko celebrate its 130th anniversary in Hong Kong (Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong)

September
[Around the World]

SEIKO presented the new SEIKO Sportura FCB chronograph to the FCB team players (Barcelona, Spain)

September
[Around the World]

SEIKO measured records at the 13th IAAF World Championships held in Daegu, Korea (Daegu, Korea)

August
[Press Information]

Denmark's Graversen and Olrik dominate the 29erXX SEIKO European Championship 2011

August
[Press Information]

The SEIKO Sportura FC Barcelona Chronograph.

August
[Around the World]

SEIKO celebrates its 130th anniversary in Taipei (Taipei, Taiwan)

July
[Press Information]

Australians win the SEIKO European 49er Championship in Helsinki.

July
[Around the World]

The team on Denmark win the SEIKO 29erXX European Championships in Travemunde. (Travemunde, Germany)