Three Greens for The Red, White, And Blue
Watch Time|November/December 2021
Grand Seiko's New U.S.A. Exclusive Editions
Mark Bernardo

Grand Seiko has unveiled another series of limited editions aimed squarely at the U.S. market: three green-dialed, manually wound, time-only models based on the popular SBGW231 reference and taking their aesthetic cue from one of Japan's scenic natural wonders.

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