Enamel DialSpring Drive

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The photo of Enamel Dial Spring Drive


The collection introduces two new watches that, for the first time in its history, carry Spring Drive movements. Spring Drive dramatizes a uniquely Japanese aesthetic and sensibility through the quiet and smooth glide motion of the seconds hand, and its innovative mechanism speaks of Seiko’s mastery of high technology and craftsmanship.
The dial is made of enamel and has a simple yet modern design reflecting the philosophy of Riki Watanabe.
  1. The photo of Spring Drive

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    Spring Drive is a unique watch technology. It generates energy like every other luxury mechanical watch but combines this with an electronic regulator to deliver a level of precision that no mechanical watch can match.
    Spring Drive calibers have the signature glide motion seconds hand, reflecting the natural and continuous flow of time. It moves smoothly, silently, and precisely.

  2. The photo of Enamel

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    The dials are made by master craftsman Mitsuru Yokosawa and his colleagues to ensure that each dial is just the right shape and form for the watch dial. The dials have a unique sheen and warm, deep and organic beauty.

  3. The photo of a design of Japanese modernity

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    Japanese modernity

    The Presage team worked closely with Riki Watanabe’s erstwhile colleague to create a dial that brought the design of Watanabe’s to life. It is free from excess decoration on both dial and case and allows for a light, modern style that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. The Didoni font, the dual-curved sapphire case with super-clear coating and the vivid contrast of color between the dial and the hands and numerals all enhance the watches’ legibility while capturing a perfect balance between beauty and clarity.


The movie of Enamel Dial Spring Drive

Seiko | Japanese design pioneer Riki Watanabe


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