Seiko 5930-5250 from 1980
Introducing the Seiko 5930-5250, a distinguished dress piece hailing from the era when quartz reigned supreme in the watch world.
Crafted in the 1980s, this timepiece boasts a distinct slate blue Koyuki textured dial, reminiscent of the allure found in the Grand Seiko SBGA415, casting a spell of unique charm.
The fully integrated bracelet seamlessly fuses with the watch case, accentuated by a bird's-eye textured bezel, creating a harmonious aesthetic. To further enhance its gentility, a black onyx crown crowns this elegant ensemble.
Powering this timepiece is the ultra-thin quartz calibre 5930, typically reserved for the Credor collection. This caliber allows the watch to sit gracefully low on the wrist at a mere 4.8mm.
The watch case, in excellent condition, bears common hairline scratches, a testament to its carefully navigated journey through time. The dial and hands remain untouched by the passage of years, while the crystal retains its flawless state, free from any scratches.
This timepiece is presented on its original bracelet, accommodating wrists up to 7 inches, with the flexibility to be sized accordingly through bracelet adjustments.
In the spirit of privacy, the serial number has been discreetly covered.
Here are the essential specifications of this remarkable watch:
- Case Width: 29.7mm
- Lug to Lug: 29.7mm
- Thickness: 4.8mm
- Lug Width: -
The Seiko 5930-5250 is not just a watch; it's a timeless statement of refinement, ready to grace the wrist of a discerning collector.