After two successful collaborative Chronographs in 2012 and 2015, the Tokyo-based contemporary menswear label nonnative is continuing its partnership with Seiko this year, this time collaborating on a sportier model based on the watchmaker’s Prospex line.
Offering a more robust aesthetic, the new Timekeeper comes equipped with a large 50mm stainless steel case, which olds a rotating inner bezel. Sitting under the tough Hardlex crystal is a blacked-out dial featuring an original font in white, as well as three sub-dials and a date window at three o’clock. Both hands and all the indexes are coated with LumiBrite, allowing for added functionality whether you’re in the sea or out at night. A solar-powered quartz movement can hold a power reserve of six months when fully charged, and the watch itself is water resistant up to 100 meters. As a finishing touch, the timepiece comes along with a rubber strap, ready for the great outdoors.
For the urban explorers out there, the new nonnative x Seiko Timekeeper will be available starting from December 14 exclusively on Coverchord, retailing for ¥48,000 JPY, or roughly $442 USD. Head over to Coverchord to learn more now.
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