Seiko Silverwave 8249-700A from 1979
We are delighted to present the Seiko 8249-700A, a vintage gem that's now made available to our astute collectors.
The Seiko 8249-700A showcases a bracelet design reminiscent of the iconic Gerald Genta style, drawing inspiration from the legendary Patek Philippe Nautilus. This bracelet adds a touch of enduring elegance, perfectly harmonizing with the watch's overall charisma.
At a mere 9.5mm in thickness, this timepiece offers a comfortably snug fit, effortlessly slipping beneath your cuff for a refined look.
Hailing from the esteemed Seiko Silverwave family, the 8249-700A has a distinguished history as one of Seiko's pioneering diving watches, designed for both diving and light aquatic adventures. Demonstrating an unwavering commitment to functionality, this watch features a screw-down crown and case back, ensuring water resistance and unwavering reliability.
While the watch case exhibits the marks of its journey with signs of significant use, the dial remains in impeccable condition with only minor aging visible at the edge. The hands have gracefully withstood the test of time, showing no signs of aging. To ensure optimal clarity, a brand-new crystal has been thoughtfully installed.
This watch comes complete with its original bracelet, offering a comfortable fit for wrists up to 7.5 inches, seamlessly combining style and comfort.
For the sake of exclusivity, the serial number has been discreetly concealed in the provided photos.
Here are the essential specifications of this remarkable timepiece:
- Diameter: 36mm
- Thickness: 9.5mm
- Lug Width: -
The Seiko 8249-700A stands as a testament to vintage watchmaking at its finest, a captivating addition to any discerning collector's treasure trove.