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New Seiko Ananta launches, looks sharp

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image004Seiko’s coveted Spring Drive movement has previously only been available in Japan, however the new Ananta line will be released in the U.S. this November.

The Ananta is a mechanical watch, hand-assembled in Japan, and inspired by the ancient weapon of the Samurai warrior; the katana. There are two different models in the Ananta line, available in several different finishes. The basic model, known as the SPB017 will sell for $2100. The more advanced (chronograph) version, called the SPS009, will start at $6400. For more information, check out Seiko’s website.

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5 COMMENTS

  1. Hi there!

    Just wanted to drop you a message to thank you for putting up the initial part of the SEIKO Contest.

    The results are in! If you would be interested, please drop me an email and i can share with you more information on the winner.

    Cheers!

  2. The website’s too ninja. I would have preferred Seiko put out imagery of green tea related material for which I think Japan is more fondly known. When I put on a expensive watch I don’t feel like going to war… Aside from marketing, I see nothing to indicate use of special or precious materials. I wish Seiko and their master craftsman the best. I’m sure they do an excellent job otherwise.

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