Seiko Speedmaster 7A28-7110 from 1983

Sale price Price $800.00 SGD Regular price Unit price  per 

For sale is a Seiko 7A28-7110, a remarkable piece of horological history.

Introduced in 1983, the Seiko Calibre 7A28 holds the distinction of being the world's first analog quartz chronograph calibre. This groundbreaking movement combines the refinement of analog timekeeping with the precision of quartz technology. It features split timing capabilities, and the upper right register boasts 1/20th of a second accuracy when activated by the upper right pusher.

Unlike many quartz watches of its era, the 7A-series was designed for longevity, with fully serviceable and oilable movements, proving they were far more than disposable timepieces.

The Seiko 7A28-7110 Speedmaster showcases a sporty PVD case, enhanced by recessed sub-dials and applied indices that add a touch of sophistication to its rugged design. The dial is highly legible, thanks to the contrasting white paint on the indices and hands.

The watch case exhibits the common wear and loss of plating typical of vintage PVD watches, adding a layer of vintage charm. Meanwhile, the dial and hands remain in immaculate condition, showing no signs of aging. The crystal is pristine, free from any scratches.

This watch comes on its original bracelet, accommodating wrists up to 7.5 inches. For privacy, the serial number has been discreetly covered in the photos.

- Diameter: 40mm
- Thickness: 9.5mm
- Lug Width: -

The Seiko 7A28-7110 is more than just a watch; it's a piece of horological innovation and a testament to Seiko's commitment to pioneering timekeeping technology.