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Grand Seiko 44GS white gold

WATCHTIME: Seiko Grand Seiko 44GS Historical Collection---It was 100 years ago that Seiko introduced its first wristwatch. To mark the occasion, Seiko is bringing back a Grand Seiko classic launched in 1967, the 44GS. That watch, named for the caliber inside, established the design codes that would come to define Grand Seiko. In the company’s words, the 44GS “invented the grammar of Seiko design,” the foundations of which are precision, practicality, and comfort.