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Hands-On: Grand Seiko White Birch Review (VIDEO)

Today we are finally having a closer look at the Grand Seiko White Birch. A lot has been said and written about this watch to date, and most of the attention goes to the dial. A little bit odd in my opinion, because it is what sits under the dial that impresses me most. Without further delay, let’s dive right into the video review:


Case Material :Stainless steel
Glass Material :Box shaped sapphire crystal
Glass Coating :Anti-reflective coating on inner surface
Case size :Diameter 40mm  Lug-to-lug 47mm  Thickness 11.7mm
The perimeter of Band :190mm
Clasp type :Three-fold clasp with push button release
CaliberCaliber The caliber ('movement') is the heart and engine of a watch. It consists of a number of interconnected components that work together. Energy is transmitted through the gear train, to the escapement mechanism. The escapement mechanism releases this energy in a controlled manner. This drives the gear train, which ultimately rotates the hands of the watch and keeps time. [More Info]:9S5A
Type :Automatic with manual winding
Accuracy:+5 to -3 seconds per day (when static) / +8 to -1 seconds per day (normal usage accuracy)
Water resistance:10 bar
Magnetic resistance :Equipped
Weight :178.0 g
Other details / Features :・Case back with lion emblem・Date display・Screw case back・Screw-down crownCrown The knob on the outside of the watch that you typically use to either wind the mainspring or set the time [Learn More]・See-through case back・Stop second hand function

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