Spearheading the releases is a special addition to the Presage Sharp Edge series, this time dressing its iconic textured dial in a bronze gradation that represents the foreshadowing of a new day along with gold hour and minute hands reminiscent of “the morning twilight of early dawn.” The stainless steel case itself has been finished in a black hard-coating to offer a welcome dash of contrast and completes the theme with the tone of the dark sky before sunrise.
Aside from a dress watch option, Seiko is also launched three divers within its Prospex line, all graced with green dials in tribute to the beautiful natural scenery surrounding Japan’s Iriomote Island. The trio includes the time-and-date references SLA047J1 and SPB207J1 as well as the solar-powered SSC807J1 chronograph, all of them coming standard with a stainless steel bracelet as well as a second green silicone strap.
Finally, completing the range of celebratory pieces is an Astron GPS Solar model carrying an enigmatic purple and pink dial, drawing from the imagery of a star-lit sky and the ephemeral cherry blossoms below it. Like the previous Kintaro Hattori edition, the new model also comes dressed entirely in a black, scratch-resistant hard coating for an even more unique aesthetic.
For those interested, the new Presage and Prospex models will all be available on April 1, with prices going at $1,150 USD for the SPB205, $3,200 USD for the SPB207, $1,350 USD for the SLA047, and $750 USD for the SSC807. Unfortunately, there aren’t any release details yet for the new Astron, so stay tuned for more updates from Seiko, and head over to the watchmaker’s website to learn more.
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