Seiko Dive Watches

Seiko Dive Watches

Seiko was founded by Kintaro Hattori in 1881, when he opened his shop repairing watches and clocks in central Tokyo. The company was known as Seikosha, and by 1895, had successfully produced its first pocket watch called ‘The Timekeeper’. Seikosha translates to ‘The House of Precision’. Seiko is also responsible for crafting the first ever wristwatch on sale in Japan, this feat stamped Kintaro’s company as a leader in Japanese watchmaking from as early as 1913. By 1929, the company was appointed as the official timekeeper to Japan’s railways. Another first was Seiko creating the first TV commercial in Japan in 1953. In 1999, the company launched the Spring Drive, which put the company firmly on world map in horology. Today, Seiko remains a world leader in innovation, and is respected as a contributor to the essence of watchmaking.
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