Seiko 7002-8040 from 1994
Introducing the distinguished Seiko 7002-8040, a remarkable timepiece that stands as a rare treasure within our exclusive collection.
The mere mention of the calibre 7002 invokes visions of iconic Seiko timepieces, including the revered 7002 and the slender 6309 divers, both etching their significance in Seiko's illustrious history. Yet, within this lineage lies the captivating 7002-8040, a hidden gem that has garnered the admiration of true connoisseurs.
With a fixed polished steel 24-hour bezel, accompanied by Mercedes hands and a flat white dial adorned with round luminescent applied hour markers, this watch resonates with the aesthetic harmony reminiscent of the Rolex Explorer 2 "Polar."
Embark on an exploration of the Seiko 7002-8040, and an intriguing detail emerges to set it apart. Each timepiece is graced with the renowned calibre 7002, meticulously crafted in the heart of Singapore. The rotor itself carries the meticulous engraving "Singapore," an emblem of precision and pride. Further attesting to its origin, the acronym "SIN" gracefully graces the timepiece, positioned adjacent to the balance wheel, emphasizing its exceptional heritage.
Impeccably preserved, the watch case exudes its original allure, bearing only the subtle marks of time's passage. The dial and hands remain untouched, a testament to their enduring charm. A gentle patina adorns the crown, adding to its vintage appeal. While subtle hairline scratches grace the crystal, they remain virtually imperceptible to the discerning eye.
Completing this exceptional ensemble is a solid aftermarket stainless steel bracelet, seamlessly embracing wrists of up to 8 inches.
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:
- Diameter: 38mm
- Thickness: 10.5mm
- Lug Width: 20mm