Seiko SCVG005 from 1997
Introducing the Seiko SCVG005 - a timeless masterpiece that channels the elegance of Seiko's 1960s designs, perfectly encapsulating the "Grammar of Design."
This three-hand marvel is brought to life by the hand-wound Calibre 4S24, a horological gem crafted by Seiko in the early 1990s. Its lineage traces back to the revered Seiko 52 stream of movements, a lineage retired in 1976. Notably akin to the esteemed 4S28, this movement differentiates itself with a small seconds subdial, eschewing the traditional central seconds. It also shares close ties with the Cal. 4S15, an automatic movement featuring a date function.
The Calibre 4S24, though rarely encountered, gained prominence as the engine powering the iconic Laurel historical reissue.
While the watch case bears the marks of its journey with common hairline scratches, the dial and hands defy the passage of time, appearing as fresh as ever. A brand new crystal ensures absolute clarity.
This exquisite timepiece is elegantly presented on a brand new, handcrafted, top-grain calf leather strap.
As a testament to its exclusivity, the serial number remains discreetly concealed.
Now, allow us to illuminate you with the essential specifications of this remarkable horological gem:
- Diameter: 36mm
- Thickness: 12mm
- Lug Width: 18mm
Elevate your collection with this exceptional Seiko, where history and design harmoniously converge.