A 1965 CLASSIC, REBORN

The 1960s was a decade of unprecedented advances for Seiko, in terms of technical development and design creativity. Alongside Grand Seiko, King Seiko demonstrated the company’s ability to create beautifully designed and finished timepieces with high accuracy.

In addition to precision, the original King Seiko pieces offered powerful yet graceful designs which demonstrated the high construction quality of Seiko’s mechanical watchmaking. Today, after more than half a century, the King Seiko collection is back, with timepieces that showcase the outstanding durability and constant development of Seiko’s technical expertise.

Renewed, enhanced, as striking as ever

Distinctly angular in design, the new collection is inspired by the 1965 King Seiko KSK – the second King Seiko series which defined King Seiko’s recognisable style.

The case is constructed to give each watch a slim and elegant feel, combined with the boxed-shaped sapphire crystal, , whilst the bracelet pays homage to the design of the original King Seiko series and its many bevelled surfaces dynamically reflect the light.

Bold and sharp design

The delicately cut three-dimensional indices and uniquely crafted patterned 12 o’clock marker give the dial an eye-catching bright sparkle. The bold, sharp, faceted lugs with their wide flat surfaces feature both mirror and hairline finishing, creating a distinct sense of precision.

lasting values, MODERN PRECISION

Powered by Calibre 6R31, these timepieces deliver a power reserve of 70 hours and are water resistant to 100 metres. The crown and case back bear the new King Seiko emblem inspired by the 1965 KSK.

King Seiko KSK 1965 Re-Creation

There are just 1,700 pieces available globally of this limited edition – a re-creation of the ‘King Seiko’ KSK series.

The 1965 King Seiko KSK series defined the character of King Seiko with its combination of a flat dial with faceted indices and broad, razor-edged hands, giving the watch its refined and striking presence.

King Seiko ‘Kameido’

This timepiece is only available from selected Grand Seiko boutiques worldwide – exclusively from our London Knightsbridge boutique and online boutique in the UK.

The unique lavender-coloured dial takes its inspiration from the Kameido Tenjin Shrine where wisteria were planted during the Edo period.