Naruto, a picturesque coastal town in Japan, is known for its awe-inspiring tidal currents, creating mesmerising whirlpools in the Naruto Strait. These natural phenomena have long been a source of inspiration, captivating the hearts and minds of both locals and visitors. The Naruto whirlpools are particularly impressive during spring tides. When the earth, sun and moon are aligned. The dial of SBGH331 seeks to capture the essence of this mesmerising event in a unique and artistic timepiece.
The Grand Seiko Naruto Whirlpools inspired watch is a true masterpiece of horological artistry. This limited-edition timepiece features a stainless-steel case and textured dial with a geometrical pattern that reflects the entrancing swirls of the Naruto whirlpools. The intricate pattern on the dial is achieved through meticulous craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology, showcasing the brand's commitment to precision and artistry.
To further enhance its beauty, the watch boasts a contrasting gold colour second hand and the Grand Seiko logo, a sapphire crystal with an anti-reflective coating, ensuring legibility and durability. The watch is powered by Grand Seiko's renowned Calibre 9S85 Hi-Beat movement, known for its precision and reliability, and features a date display at 3 o'clock.
Exclusive Oceania Limited Edition. 150 pieces.
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|Case Material:||Stainless Steel|
Distance Between Lugs: 19mm
|Band/Bracelet:||Bracelet - Stainless Steel|
|Dial Colour:||Light Blue|
|Hand Indicators:||Hour, Minute, Seconds|
|Calibre no.:||9S85 Instructions|
|Movement Type:||Automatic - Powered By The Movement Of The Wearer|
|Accuracy:||+5 to -3 seconds per day (when static)|
|Battery Life:||55 Hours Power Reserve|
|Water Resistance:||100 Metres|
|Other details / Features:||
One of the world's foremost mechanical movements, the culmination of high-precision micro-engineering and the attention to detail of Seiko's expert watchmakers.
Spring Drive is a unique movement that delivers one-second-a-day precision, using just the power of a mainspring.