GRAND SEIKO WATCHES & WONDERS 2023
Little Treasury Jewelers is excited to present Grand Seiko’s newest novelties revealed at Watches & Wonders 2023. From gorgeous dials to exciting new movements, Grand Seiko has plenty to showcase.
We are accepting pre-orders for all the models listed below! Please contact us if you have any questions or need assistance.
Grand Seiko SLGC001 Tentagraph
Grand Seiko debuted its first automatic hi-beat mechanical Chronograph called the Tentagraph. The Tentagraph pushes the Evolution 9 series further with the 9SC5 Caliber boasting a power reserve of 72 hours making the Tentagraph the longest-running 10-beat chronograph on the market today.
The watch is made from High-intensity titanium that the brand has become so synonymous with. The Tentagraph showcases Grand Seiko’s amazing dial making capabilities with the magnificent Mt. Iwate dial.
Grand Seiko SLGA023 Evolution 9 Diver
Last year, Grand Seiko made waves with its new Evolution 9 Diver debuting with the black ushio dial. This new reference takes everything that was great about the previous model and offers it with a blue dial and bezel. The gorgeous waves pop in an entirely different way with the new blue color scheme.
SBGE295 GMT Hotaka Mountain
Grand Seiko’s Spring Drive GMT line has been very popular and there is now a green option for fans of the color. The SBGE295 has a patterned dial that represents the sheer cliffs and features a green color designed to capture the brilliance of Hotaka’s short summers.
Grand Seiko SGBY026 Hana-ikada
Grand Seiko’s dress series style case has been a showstopper and has housed some of the most beautiful dials that the brand has offered. Now, the gorgeous Cherry Blossom dial is available in a precious metal case. The Hana-ikada is offered in 18k rose gold and is limited to only 100 pieces worldwide!
Grand Seiko SLGA019 Titanium Lake Suwa
The Lake Suwa is now a classic amongst Grand Seiko’s offerings and Grand Seiko has answered the calls for a titanium version. High-intensity titanium has become synonymous with Grand Seiko and fans of the material now have the titanium option.