Seiko Silverwave 8221-5000 from 1981
Introducing the captivating Seiko 8221-5000, a vintage treasure now available to discerning collectors.
The Seiko 8221-5000 boasts an exquisite bracelet design reminiscent of the iconic Gerald Genta style, which takes inspiration from the renowned Vacheron Constantin 222. This bracelet adds a touch of timeless elegance, perfectly complementing the watch's overall allure.
Measuring a mere 9mm in thickness, this timepiece graces the wrist with a comfortable fit, seamlessly slipping under the cuff for effortless elegance.
Belonging to the esteemed Seiko Silverwave family, the 8221-5000 holds a distinguished reputation as one of the pioneering Seiko watches designed for diving, or light diving to be precise. Unwavering in its commitment to functionality, this timepiece features a screw-down crown and case back, ensuring water resistance and reliability.
The watch case remains in excellent condition, bearing only common signs of respectful usage that add character to its journey through time. Notably, the watch dial and hands exhibit no signs of aging, standing as a testament to the impeccable preservation of this horological marvel. The crystal remains free from any unsightly scratches, allowing for a pristine view of time.
Accompanied by its original bracelet, this watch effortlessly fits up to a 7.75" wrist, combining style and comfort in one.
In the interest of preserving privacy and exclusivity, the serial number has been discreetly covered in the photo.
Allow us to share the vital specifications of this remarkable timepiece:
- Case Width: 34mm
- Lug to Lug: 38mm
- Thickness: 9mm
- Lug Width: 20mm