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Finally got myself a Grand Seiko.
I've wanted a spring drive for some time now and finally decided on which one to get today.
The finishing on the hands and indices is ridiculous and I'm enjoying watching that sweep!
Only downside is the lack of tick, which I probably enjoy more than I should 🤣.
Anyway so far very pleased

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Congrats. I've recently bought one too. The dial and finishing are an event in themselves. My spring Drive has gained 3 seconds in 3 weeks. Enjoy in good health
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I do like that. Unfussy and legible. :thumbup:
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Gower8484 wrote: Wed Jan 25, 2023 7:06 pm Finally got myself a Grand Seiko.
I've wanted a spring drive for some time now and finally decided on which one to get today.
The finishing on the hands and indices is ridiculous and I'm enjoying watching that sweep!
Only downside is the lack of tick, which I probably enjoy more than I should 🤣.
Anyway so far very pleased


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Excellent addition - love Grand Seiko's! Congratulations
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Grand Seiko is indeed grand! Congrats!
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Many a Watch God raise their ale filled gourds in salute to your fine a$$ pick up..they all give it 2 spears up!!..
Ebels are a lot like women that lack a lowcut dress that zips up the side..neither gets the love that they deserve..
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Congrats!
One thing is certain: the more you wear it, the more you will appreciate the care that went into producing it.
A GS Spring Drive is a VERY satisfying watch to own. It never gets old.
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Another lovely GS arriving on the forum. Congratulations! :D