Case Material : Platinum Glass Material : Dual-curved sapphire Glass Coating : Anti-reflective coating on inner surface Case size : Diameter 38.5mm × Thickness 9.8mm Band Material : Crocodile leather Clasp type : Three-fold clasp with push button release
Calibre no. : 9R02 Accuracy : ±1 second per day / ±15 seconds per month (average)
Water resistance : Splash Resistant Magnetic resistance : Equipped Other details / Features :
- ・LIMITED EDITION on the case back
- ・Power reserve display
- ・Screw case back
- ・See-through case back
- ・Serial number engraved on the case back
- ・Stop second hand function
The 20th anniversary of Spring Drive is celebrated in a new series within the Grand Seiko Elegance collection that presents an even more refined and slim profile.
All offer one-second-a-day precision and a long power reserve, thanks to the dual mainspring design of both calibers, and share the understated refinement and sparkle of quality that exemplify Grand Seiko's uniquely Japanese sensibility continuous flow of time.
The dial features the celebrated "Snowflake" pattern which is inspired by the beauty of the snow in the Shinshu region. The dial's silver finish complements the delicate hand carving on the platinum case.
As the glide motion seconds hand sweeps across the pure white snow-patterned dial, the wearer will feel the natural flow of time in winter and the beauty of our natural world in its purest, pristine state.
The hour and minute hands and hour markers are made of 14k white gold to ensure that their brilliance endures for decades. The Grand Seiko name, the minute markers and all the other markings are etched into the dial.
The Micro Artist Studio made its first contribution to Grand Seiko with the 8-Day Power Reserve Spring Drive watch that was greeted at Baselworld 2016 with great acclaim. This same elite team of watchmakers now presents Caliber 9R02, a new movement that has two mainsprings set in parallel within a single barrel and uses the unique Torque Return System* to deliver a power reserve of 84 hours. The power reserve indicator is visible through the sapphire crystal case back, next to the barrel whose shape echoes that of the bellflower that is the symbol of Shiojiri, where the studio is located.
If the owner prefers, this plaque can be replaced with one that carries his or her name.