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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) About Seiko Vintage Watches

Are older Seiko watches worth anything?

Vintage Seiko watches have been gaining in popularity and appreciation over the last few years. These classic timepieces are highly sought after by watch collectors and enthusiasts alike, and their value has been steadily increasing.

Is Seiko a valuable brand?

With its rich heritage, commitment to quality, technological advancements, and wide range of models, Seiko has established itself as a reliable and respected watch brand. Whether you're purchasing a Seiko vintage watch for personal use or as an investment, you can be confident in its value and the enjoyment it will provide.

Are Seiko as good as Rolex?

Rolex is a very good brand, it makes very good watches and you will very much enjoy wearing one, but I think a Grand Seiko just offers that bit more. You have to work for it, you have to explain it; you're way more likely to end up talking watches with someone wearing a Grand Seiko than you are a Rolex.

Why is Seiko so collectible?

For many enthusiasts, their first mechanical watch was a Seiko, and one never forgets their first. Even after moving on to other brands and price brackets, there's nothing quite like the fun, set-it-and-forget-it, can-do attitude that a Seiko provides. Maybe you're missing your old SKX.

What is the most accurate vintage Seiko?

Seiko Twin Quartz movements found their highest level expression in the “Superior” grade of watches. The 9481 movement in this Superior Watch (9481-5000, 1980) could produce accuracy of within 5 seconds per year, among the most accurate watches ever produced. These are in no way throw-away quartz movements.

Are Seiko watches considered high end?

Seiko's Grand Seiko line, for example, is often considered a luxury watch brand, with prices ranging from several thousand to tens of thousands of dollars. Other Seiko watches, such as their more affordable Quartz and Solar lines, are not typically considered luxury watches.

Why is Seiko so respected?

Some of Seiko's watches are made using titanium for the ultimate lightweight and robust timepiece. The use of these high quality materials are part of what gives Seiko a reputation for excellence.

What is the highest end Seiko brand?

"Grand Seiko" is a luxury brand that offers timepieces made by master craftsmen in Seiko's two exclusive watchmaking studios, using exclusive movements and the highest grade materials.

How do you clean a vintage Seiko watch?

Wipe away moisture, sweat or dirt with a soft cloth. After soaking the watch in seawater, be sure to wash the watch in clean pure water and wipe it dry carefully. Do not pour running water directly from a faucet onto the watch. Put some water into a bowl first, and then soak the watch in the water to wash it.

What is the lifespan of a Seiko watch?

Seiko 5 are known to be very robust, and keep time even if not serviced for 10–20 years. Of course, there are exceptions. For instance Seiko King/Grand with day-date complication had in there initial release a plastic wheel, which failed after 10+ years.

How many years will a Seiko watch last?

The Seiko 5 series, introduced in 1963, has become an icon due to its affordability, robustness, and automatic movement. While the specific lifespan of a watch can vary based on factors such as maintenance and usage, Seiko watches are generally designed to endure for several decades.

Where to buy legit Seiko watches?

When you buy Seiko watches online at Timepieces84, you can be sure that you're purchasing an authentic watch, from a brand with a renowned pedigree. Seiko watches have an excellent and well-deserved reputation around the world for being precise, durable and stylish whileremaining affordable.

Who is Seiko watch owned by?

As you can see above, Seiko Group Corporation owns Seiko Watch Corporation (SWC) that manages the sales and marketing for the products that most people think of when they are referring to “Seiko”

Is there any fake Seiko?

Counterfeit Seiko Jumper watches are the ones that fall victim to this. This one is pretty hard to miss, so you'll need to look intently at your watch gem closer. If you see a “Seiko 5” carving on the glass, it's a fake.

Are Seiko watches easy to repair?

Certainly. I work on Seiko watches as a hobby and they're easy to open and replace parts. For lower end Seiko's with mechanical problems in the movement, that use movements from the 7S, 4R or even 6R series, it's relatively cheap to just buy a new movement and replace it or have it replaced.