Welcome back to this week’s edition of the Wind Up. In this latest edition, we’ll be featuring some amazing new watches from Seiko, G-SHOCK and Bremont. So, whether you are a fan of classic Japanese design or the sleek minimalism of the ’80s-inspired aesthetic, we’ve got you covered. Enjoy gents!
Seiko Presage Urushi
New from Seiko is the Presage Urushi. Featuring a Urushi dial crafted by lacquer artist Isshu Tamura, the new Seiko Presage Urushi’s clear focal point is that divine deep green dial. The technique used by Tamura includes working with metal and traditional craftwork techniques, creating a smooth surface that continues to harden. This means that it won’t deteriorate over time and will continue to develop in its durability, all the while looking absolutely stunning.
Bremont Drops Two New Supermarine Models.
Bremont has expanded its ever-popular Supermarine collection with two new pieces, the S300 Kaimu and the S300 Vigo. Both pieces draw inspiration from its respective Spanish coastline, with each piece embodying the coastal aspects of their design execution. Both models will be made available on a strap and a bracelet, and both are available now.
Swatch SKIN BIOCERAMIC
Swatch has unveiled its innovative SKIN BIOCERAMIC line, which features the same BIOCERAMIC material as a certain number from Omega which you may have heard about recently. Available in a few monochromatic colours, the Swatch SKIN BIOCERAMIC is, in essence, paper thin at 3.90mm and wears super light and super thin.
G-SHOCK x Hilltop Hoods
G-SHOCK has collaborated with the famed Hilltop Hoods group with its latest piece, the GBA800HTH-1A. This limited edition G-SHOCK is finished in matte black with the group’s unique purple colourway. This is an interesting piece that expands the G-SHOCK world to hiphop royalty.
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