60's Style Presage Automatic Open Heart SSA425


$750.00 CAD

Seiko Presage Style 60s  

This timepiece is from the Presage style 60s collection: practical modern watches with retro vintage 1960s look.

The collection is inspired by the design of Japan’s first-ever chronograph, originally created by Seiko in 1964 to coincide with an important sporting event in Tokyo. 

This modern version is updated with the 4R movement and lumibrite in subtle sepia to create its vintage look with no compromise on brightness and practicality. 

Seiko Presage: Timeless looks, precisely Japanese mechanical timekeeping. 
Minimalistic watch designs with a distinctly Japanese aesthetic.

Model Specification: SSA425J1

  • The stainless steel case measures 40.8 mm in diameter. A black bezel frames the case. 
  • stainless steel bracelet secures the watch. 
  • The watch features an exhibition case back
  • box-shaped Hardlex crystal protects the black dial. The watch has an aperture into the movement on the dial. 
  • Water-resistant to 50 metres or 5 bars
  • Features on the model include a stop-seconds hand function and a 24-hour sub-dial
  • Movement type - Automatic with up to 41-hour power reserve.
  • Calibre - 4R39

Seiko Heritage

The Story of Seiko all started in 1881, when a young entrepreneur named, Kintaro Hattori opened a shop selling and repairing watches and clocks in the heart of Tokyo.
11 years later Kintaro purchased a factory where he would then go on to produce his first clock. The factory was named ‘Seikosha’. The definition of ‘Seiko’ in Japanese means exquisite, minute or success and the meaning of ‘Sha’ is house; a comfortable fit for came for them in the years to come.