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Introducing the New Seiko 5 Sports SNXS Series: A Modern Icon Reimagined

The new Seiko 5 Sports SNXS Series retains the timeless elements that have endeared them to generations of watch aficionados....

Since its inception in 1963, the Seiko Sportsmatic 5 has stood as a beacon of excellence, marking not only Seiko’s inaugural foray into automatic day-date timepieces but also Japan’s emergence onto the global watchmaking stage.

The legacy of the Seiko 5 Sports SNXS Series is one of perpetual evolution and adaptation. With each passing year, these timepieces have continued to captivate enthusiasts with their blend of functionality, durability, and affordability. Now, in 2024, Seiko unveils the latest iteration of this iconic collection: the SRPK87, SRPK89, and SRPK91.

True to their heritage, the new Seiko 5 Sports SNXS Series retains the timeless elements that have endeared them to generations of watch aficionados. From the compact 37.4mm diameter to the signature crown placement at 4 o’clock, every detail speaks to Seiko’s commitment to both form and function.

Building upon the foundation laid by their predecessors, the SRPK87, SRPK89, and SRPK91 boast several upgrades designed to elevate the wearer’s experience. Chief among these is the increased water-resistance, now reaching an impressive 100m. Additionally, a redesigned bracelet featuring a triple-folding clasp and push-button release ensures both comfort and security in any setting.

Available in ivory, black, or navy blue, each dial features a striking orange central seconds hand—a nod to Seiko’s storied past. Lumibrite-treated indices and hands provide enhanced legibility, while a contrasting minutes track adds a touch of modernity to the design.

At the heart of the SRPK87, SRPK89, and SRPK91 beats the 4R36 movement. With a power reserve of 41 hours and features such as stop-seconds functionality and hand-winding capability

The SRPK87, SRPK89, and SRPK91 are set to be released in May 2024, with a retail price of EUR 400.


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