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Grand Seiko offers timepieces of distinction for all.
Whether classic, traditional or for sport, every Grand Seiko offers the same high standards of precision,
durability and legibility with three movements to choose from mechanical, Quartz or a Spring Drive.
The Grand Seiko watches are rather expensive, with the cheapest watch starting at around R 20 000. If you want a really cheap Grand Seiko you should always have a look at the used watch collection.
A genuine Grand Seiko watch can start at around R 20 000 but they can go up to R 100 000 and more, depending on the type of watch that you choose.
A Grand Seiko watch is considered to be a luxury watch because it is made using the best of materials and because the brand has quite the reputation backing it up. This means the watch is more than capable of holding its value and be worth the money.
There are a few Grand Seiko watches that are considered difficult to buy. These include the Calibre 9S SBGR311, the Calibre 9F SBGV238, the Spring Drive Snowflake SBGA211G, and the Hi-Beat SBGH267.
The Grand Seiko watch that you choose to buy is the one that you want to own. Whether it is a brand new watch or a second hand one, the watch that you buy should fit your budget as well as your tastes.
A Grand Seiko watch can more than last a lifetime so long as it is correctly stored away and kept properly maintained. Because these watches are made from the best materials and because they are made by professionals, they hold their value well.
There are many easy ways to tell if your Grand Seiko watch is real:
· Have a close look at the serial number. It should have 6 digits although models older than 1970 can have 7 digit serial numbers. The number should be neatly engraved.
· The watch should have a logo on the watch face. The logo should be neat and inline.
· All watches should come with a guarantee certificate.
· The watch dial should not look discoloured.
The choice is entirely up to you, whether you choose to buy a new or a used Grand Seiko watch. Both have advantages, and both are great options when it comes to adding a new watch to your growing collection. If you want to save money, going the used route will be the best option.
The most wanted Grand Seiko watch is the SBGA211 Snowflake.
To service your Grand Seiko watch, there are a number of things that can affect the cost. The cost is determined by the amount of work that needs to be done, the watch that needs to be worked on, and the person or company that you take the watch to.
The easiest way to tell the year of your Grand Seiko watch is to have a look at the serial number on the watch. The 6 or 7 digits will include the information needed to see the year in which the watch was made.
Yes, in order to make sure that the Grand Seiko you own keeps its value and becomes a lifelong investment, you need to make sure that your watch gets maintained regularly.
Yes, a Grand Seiko watch is more than capable of holding its value so long as you make sure that you keep the watch in good working order which means you should safely store it when not in use and you should make sure that it is maintained.
Yes, Grand Seiko watches should come with a certificate of authenticity, even if you buy a second hand watch.