Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005

Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005

Regular price $6,400 Unit price  per 

Grand Seiko SBGJ005, Hi Beat Limited Edition, stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet, automatic Grand Seiko caliber 9S86 Hi Beat 36000 movement, green dial with applied hour markers, dauphine shaped hands, gold tone GMT hand, sweep second hand, date at 3 o'clock, water resistant to 100 meters, diameter: 40 mm thickness: 13.5mm. With Grand Seiko box and papers.

Information:

Pre-Owned: Grand Seiko SBGJ005

Reference: SBGJ005

Limited: 600 Made

Dial: Green

Dated: Undated

Strap: Stainless Steel Bracelet

Case Size: 40mm x 13.5mm Thickness x 46.2mm Lug to Lug

Lug Width: 19mm

Case Metal: Stainless Steel

Movement: 9S86 - Automatic

Functions: Hours, Minutes, Seconds, GMT, and Date

Box and Papers: Both box and papers

Crystal: Sapphire

Bracelet size: 7.5”

Condition: Excellent Pre-owned condition

Case has light normal micro wear and is in great shape. The bracelet has light normal wear as well. Dial, hands and crystal are in perfect shape.

 

About Grand Seiko

Grand Seiko emerged in 1960 as a high-end watch line from Seiko, aiming to challenge Swiss dominance in luxury watchmaking. The brand quickly established itself with Japan's first chronometer-grade watch and later gained renown for its innovative Spring Drive technology, which combines the best of automatic and quartz movements. In 2017, Grand Seiko became an independent entity, solidifying its position in the luxury watch market.

The brand's design philosophy, known as the "Grammar of Design," was established in 1967 with the Grand Seiko 44GS. This aesthetic approach emphasizes legibility, refined appearances, and distinctive features like multi-faceted markers and hands, a half-recessed crown, and the meticulous Zaratsu polishing technique. Grand Seiko continues to push boundaries in watchmaking, as evidenced by recent innovations like the "Kodo Constant-Force Tourbillon," while maintaining its commitment to precision engineering and unique design language.

 

Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005
Grand Seiko GMT SBGJ005