SEIKO PRESAGE LAUREL REISSUE LIMITED EDITION - SPB359J1
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Limited to 2,500 pieces worldwide
As a brand born in 1881, you can easily imagine that there are some important watches in Seiko's history. The very first one was a pocket watch named “Time Keeper”, made in 1895 in the newly opened Seikosha factory; the brand’s first diver was the 1965 62Mas; the brand’s and Japan’s first wrist chronograph was the 1964 Crown; and the 1969 Speedtimer had one of the earliest automatic chronograph movements.
However, Seiko’s most significant watch might well be the 1913 Laurel, the brand’s and Japan’s first wristwatch. And next year, it’ll celebrate its 110th anniversary, and Seiko is releasing a surprisingly faithful re-edition, the new Presage SPB359.