Oriental Watch Company x Grand Seiko Exhibition 2020-11-17 From now to 31st December, Grand Seiko host its exhibition to display the 2020 Novelties at Oriental Watch Flagship Store - Central QRC 50. The exhibitions will features the limited Grand Seiko Heritage Collection SBGR321 and the new Grand Seiko Sport collection SBGE267G and more. <Oriental Watch Company x Grand Seiko Exhibition>:Date: Now to 31st Dec 2020Venue: Oriental Watch Company Flagship Store, 50 Queen’s Road C., Central, Hong KongEnquiry: (852) 3470 0009 The Grand Seiko SBGE267G watch adopts a stainless steel case and strap, inheriting the solid and reliable styles of the Sport series. The bezel is printed with a 24-hour scale, and the second time zone is displayed with the central axis hour hand, allowing the wearer to know the time of a different time zone at a single glance, perfect for traveling in style. The new timepiece is equipped with a brown bezel and surface, the latter decorated with sun radiation patterns with champagne gold hands, which injects a bright colour and highlights the time display, making it more elegant and attractive. The surface layout is simple and clear, with the thick scales and hands coated with luminous materials. The date window is located at the 4 o'clock position, whereas the power reserve indicator is equipped at the 9 o'clock position, perfectly placed to remind the energy status to ensure that the watch performs in the best condition. The brilliant blue sky over Mt. Iwate at dawn that greets the watchmakers and technicians of the Grand Seiko Studio Shizukuishi is a sight to behold, especially when it is tinged with the red of the morning sun. It is this combination of colors that has inspired the design of this new automatic timepiece. The blue of the dial is echoed in the vivid blue of the titanium sections of the oscillating weight and a red ring inside the sapphire crystal case back mirrors the glow of the morning sun as it rises and causes light to flood through the broad windows of the studio. It is assembled, adjusted and inspected by hand at the recently opened Grand Seiko Studio Shizukuishi from where Mt Iwate’s inspiring and graceful form is clearly visible.