Grand Seiko – 62GS Historical Collection
The long term history of Grand Seiko has shown that the extravagance division of the Japanese brand can compete with the best Swiss mechanical watch producers regarding execution and exactness.
Grand Seiko is committed to the unadulterated basics of watchmaking. Nitty gritty yet exactness, neatness, comfort and strength are the ascribes that have consistently characterized Grand Seiko and consistently will.
The Grand Seiko Historical Collection commends the set of experiences and the estimations of the brand. In 2013 we expounded on the re-issue of the 1967 44GS . This year Grand Seiko gets back to 1967 and to its first historically speaking programmed watch, the 62GS.
The first 62GS characterized a style which is today effortlessly related to Grand Seiko with its multi-sided case, the long and razor-edge hands and the sans bezel development bringing about a more extensive dial opening.
The re-version of the 62GS keeps up every one of these eccentricities including the crown recessed and put at the 4 o’clock position to underline the way that no hand winding is required.
The 37.6 mm x 12.9 mm case (marginally augmented compared to the first) houses the programmed type 9S65 which beats at 28,800 vibrations each hour and ensures a mean day by day pace of +5 to – 3 seconds. At the point when completely twisted, it offers a force save of 72 hours.
The strong case back demonstrates the 10 bar water obstruction and duplicates the Grand Seiko lion seal utilizing raising help stepping.
The Grand Seiko Historical Collection 62GS will be accessible in four restricted versions:
600 pieces in hardened steel (ref. SBGR095) at the cost of Euro/US$ 4,300;
100 pieces in yellow gold (ref. SBGR092) at the cost of Euro/US$ 16,100;
100 pieces in rose gold (ref. SBGR094) at the cost of Euro/US$ 16,100;
100 pieces in white gold (ref. SBGR091) at the cost of Euro/US$ 17,000.