Celebrating the video game company’s 60th anniversary, SEGA just dropped some nifty 8-bit handheld consoles for gamers that are always on the go, but the releases don’t stop there. Teaming up with none other than Japan’s largest watchmaker Seiko, the two have now released a pair of sporty chronographs the celebrate the occasion.
While both models are identical in specifications, the duo are offered in two colors: a regular silver stainless steel option and a blacked-out variation. The former carries a silver dial with corresponding subdials while the black edition maintains the silver subdials for a reverse-panda look. Both boast SEGA’s retro logo in its iconic shade of blue, a color that extends onto the rest of the watch’s detailing including the chapter ring, the rings around the three subdials, the seconds hand, and also the 60-minute marker on the tachymeter bezel. Completing the release is premium velvet packaging for you to keep your limited-edition release safe and sound.
Slated to release in August, this Japan-only watch is limited to 400 pieces in the black version, and 800 for the silver. Pricing is roughly $430 and $400 USD, respectively. Head over to SEGA’s website to learn more.
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