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Presage SSA447J1 Presage - Style 60s Watch

$850.00 CAD
SKU: SSA447J1

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This Seiko watch has a stainless steel case 40 mm in diameter and is fitted with a metal strap. Inside the case lies a Seiko movement and the watch features a Hardlex crystal crystal.

The watch is 5ATM. This means the watch is suitable for showering. The watch comes with 2 Year Warranty.

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Movement

Caliber Number
4R57
Movement Type
Automatic with manual winding
Power reserve
Approx. 41 hours
Jewels
29
Functions
  • Date hand
  • Power reserve indicator
  • Stop seconds hand function

Case/Band

Case Material
Stainless steel
Case Size
Thickness:14.3mm
Diameter:40.8mm
Lug-to-lug:48.9mm
Crystal
Box-shaped Hardlex
LumiBrite
LumiBrite on hands and index(es)
Clasp
Three-fold clasp with push button release
Distance between lugs
20
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Presage SSA447J1 Presage - Style 60s Watch

$850.00 CAD
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Seiko

Brand History

Seiko, a Japanese watchmaking company, was founded in 1881 by Kintaro Hattori in Tokyo. Originally a jewelry shop, Seiko began producing clocks in 1892 under the name Seikosha, meaning "House of Exquisite Workmanship." The company introduced Japan's first wristwatch, the Laurel, in 1913. Seiko gained international acclaim with innovations such as the Astron, the world’s first quartz watch, in 1969, and the Spring Drive in 1999, blending mechanical and electronic watch technologies. Today, Seiko is renowned for its precision, craftsmanship, and continuous innovation in the horological world.