Skip to product information
1 of 5

GRAND SEIKO SBGA413G JAPANESE SEASONS SPRING DRIVE SHUNBUN

Regular price RM25,840.00
Regular price RM27,200.00 Sale price RM25,840.00
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

SHUNBUN (JAPANESE): THE VERNAL EQUINOX

 

A CLASSIC GRAND SEIKO DESIGN WITH A DIAL THAT CAPTURES A TREASURED MOMENT IN THE JAPANESE SEASONAL CALENDAR.

 

When sakura blossoms fall into water, they swirl and float. The pink blossoms dance on the water, and the Japanese call them flower rafts, hanaikada. The pink dial of this model captures the spirit of the fleeting sakura season.

 

Launched in 1967, the 62GS was Grand Seiko’s first automatic movement. This timepiece gained popularity for its striking design featuring a mirrored, multi-sided case and wide dial opening, which was achieved with bezel-free construction and Seiko’s signature Zaratsu polishing technique. Pure, refined, and noble, the 62GS is a treasured classic.

 

Movement: 9R65 caliber that Grand Seiko assembles in its Shinshu Watch Studio, located in Nagano Prefecture. This sophisticated movement combines modern technology with the skilled hands of master craftspeople for its fine adjustments and high precision. The Spring Drive movement further reflects the smooth passage of time with every revolution.

 

Exterior

 

Case Material : High-intensity titanium

Glass Material : Box shaped sapphire crystal

Glass Coating : Anti-reflective coating on inner surface

Case size : Diameter 40mm × Thickness 12.8mm

Clasp type : Three-fold clasp with push button release

Movement

 

Caliber no. : 9R65    Instructions

Movement Type : Spring Drive

Power reserve : Approx. 72 hours(3 days)

Accuracy : ±1 second per day / ±15 seconds per month (average)

Functions

 

Water resistance : 10 bar

Magnetic resistance : Equipped

Other details / Features : 

30 jewels

Against an allergic reaction to metal

Case back with lion emblem

Date display

Power reserve display

Screw case back

Screw-down crown

See-through case back

Stop seconds hand function