In 1993, Caliber 9F83, the first 9F caliber, was completed. It delivered advances in every aspect. The new limited edition pays proud homage to the 1993 design. Its case and bracelet retain the soft contours of the original. There are, however, stylistic enhancements. In line with contemporary taste, the case is slightly larger, the Grand Seiko name is now at the 12 o’clock position and the dial carries a special pattern based on the traditional Quartz symbol. Above the six o’clock marker, the 5-pointed star symbolizes the extraordinary precision rate of +/- 5 seconds a year. The Grand Seiko lion emblem is in 18k yellow gold on the case back. For the eagle eyed, the dial pattern at the 25 minute positon is also subtly different; the symbols 9F and 25 are discreetly shown. This commemorative watch is offered in a limited series of 1,500.



Case Stainless Steel
Glass Dual-curved sapphire crystal
Coating Anti-reflective coating
Lumi Brite -
Case size Diameter 39.1mm
Band Stainless Steel
Movement Caliber 9F83 Instructions
Driving system Quartz (Day-date function)
Accuracy ±5 seconds per year
Clasp Tri-fold push button release clasp
Water resistance 100m (10 bar)
Magnetic resistance 4800 A/m (60 gauss)
Remarks Dial with special pattern based on the traditional quartz symbol. 5-pointed star symbolizes the special precision rate of ±5 seconds per year. At the 25 minute position the symbols for “9F” and “25” are discreetly displayed instead of the usual pattern