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Seiko Presage Cocktail SRE010J1

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Introducing new, petite and compact designs from the Presage Cocktail Time collection; watches inspired by the Japanese cocktail culture in Tokyo’s sophisticated Ginza area.
Traditionally ‘Nomunication hour’ – a hybrid of nomu (drink) and communication, is after 5pm – when it’s cocktail hour and time to talk things over. The Seiko Presage Cocktail Time collection was inspired by this Japanese tradition – with each timepiece named after drinks mixed by Hisashi Kishi, head bartender of Star Bar in Tokyo’s Ginza area.
Designed to reflect the light, the golden textured dial is highlighted by gold hands and indices, inspired by the citrus flavour of the ‘White lady’ cocktail and features eight diamonds, the accompanying five row bracelet is a new design, created to enhance sparkle.
The slim watch case is 30.3mm in diameter and includes the new in-house 2R05 calibre.
Seiko Presage: Timeless looks, precisely Japanese mechanical timekeeping.
Minimalistic watch designs with a distinctly Japanese aesthetic.
Introducing new, petite and compact designs from the Presage Cocktail Time collection; watches inspired by the Japanese cocktail culture in Tokyo’s sophisticated Ginza area.
Traditionally ‘Nomunication hour’ – a hybrid of nomu (drink) and communication, is after 5pm – when it’s cocktail hour and time to talk things over. The Seiko Presage Cocktail Time collection was inspired by this Japanese tradition – with each timepiece named after drinks mixed by Hisashi Kishi, head bartender of Star Bar in Tokyo’s Ginza area.
Designed to reflect the light, the golden textured dial is highlighted by gold hands and indices, inspired by the citrus flavour of the ‘White lady’ cocktail and features eight diamonds, the accompanying five row bracelet is a new design, created to enhance sparkle.
The slim watch case is 30.3mm in diameter and includes the new in-house 2R05 calibre.
Seiko Presage: Timeless looks, precisely Japanese mechanical timekeeping.
Minimalistic watch designs with a distinctly Japanese aesthetic.