Grand Seiko SBGW311 Heritage US Exclusive
A Tsuyu and Mt. Iwate-inspired mid-sized 44GS USA exclusive
Tsuyu is the rainy season that begins in early summer in Japan. In Iwate, lush green can be seen surrounding the grand Mt. Iwate in the distance, with the rain bringing life to rice fields, forests, and other natural beauty abundant in the region. This serves as the source of inspiration for the U.S. Exclusive SBGW311.
The 44GS, released in 1967, was the first to define the Grand Seiko Style and has evolved into a modern interpretation with contemporary practicality. SBGW311 is paired with a stainless steel bracelet with a three-fold clasp with push button release.
Assembled by hand by the craftsmen and women of Grand Seiko Studio Shizukuishi, Caliber 9S64 is a mechanical manual-winding movement with 72 hours of power reserve and an accuracy rating of -3 to +5 seconds per day.