Seiko celebrates SEGA’s 60th anniversary with new collaboration
To celebrate fellow Japanese stalwart SEGA’s 60th anniversary, Seiko has dropped two new sporty chronographs to celebrate the occasion.
Both models are identical in all but the colourways; you get a regular silver stainless steel option with Sonic-blue highlights, and a black-and-gold variation.
Both boast SEGA’s retro logo in its own iconic shade of blue.
Each watch boasts three sub dials, a seconds hand and a 60-minute marker on the tachymeter bezel.
Each watch also comes with premium velvet packaging so you can store the watch pride of place.
The watch is due to hit shops in August, but will only be available in Japan. It is limited to 400 pieces in black and 800 for silver. Both cost around US$400.
Head over to SEGA’s website to learn more.
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