Seiko Limited Edition Presage Cocktail Fuyugeshiki Automatic Ladies Watch SRP843J1 RRP £380
Seiko Limited Edition Presage Cocktail Fuyugeshiki Automatic Ladies Watch SRP843J1 RRP £380 Limited to just 5000 pieces globally this timepiece is inspired by cocktail bars and winter scenery. The Seiko Limited Edition Presage Cocktail Fuyugeshiki Automatic Ladies Watch SRP843J1 33.8mm launches with the Seiko calibre 4R35. Known as the ‘Cocktail Fuyugeshiki’ this watch is a stunning example of Seiko’s watchmaking capabilities. As well as this, the SRP843J1 also features a snowflake inspired dial which is inspired by snow, complimented by a hardlex crystal glass treated with super clear coating. This automatic movement also has a manual wind feature which has a power reserve of 41 hours. The silver stainless steel bracelet and case are covered with a super-hard coating preventing day to day wear and tear even further. All in all, this results in a superb timepiece. For all you Seiko enthusiasts, this premium timepiece has been made and produced in Japan, indicated by the suffix ‘J’. Seiko watches made in Japan are notoriously hard to obtain outside of Japan due to the highest quality of craftmanship and astonishing features that come in each individual timepiece. We have a range of Japanese watches here at Watchnation but in limited quantities, so if you are looking to add to your collection then this is the perfect place for you. Key Features: Silver Stainless Steel Case Silver Stainless Steel Strap Box-Shaped Hardlex Caliber: 4R35 Automatic Movement Manual Winding Capacity Duration Approximately 41 Hours +45 to -35 seconds per day Deployment Clasp With Push Button Release 50m Water Resistant 23 Jewels Date Display ‘LIMITED EDITION’ on the case back Screw Case Back See-Through Case Back Stop Second Hand Function The Brand: Seiko Seiko’s 135-year history has been marked by a ceaseless determination to innovate in every aspect of the watchmaker’s art. By embracing this mantra, Seiko has been responsible for a string of industry-leading advances in the technology of time, such as the world’s first quartz watch, the world’s first TV watch, and the Seiko Kinetic, the first watch ever to generate its own electricity from the movement of the wearer. Seiko are unique in that they manufacture every aspect of every watch in-house, with this ruthless pursuit of perfection even including growing their own quartz crystals and sapphires.