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Seiko Lord


₹ 17,900

*Inclusive of all taxes

EMI from ₹ 1599

*Currently out of stock

Full Specification

  • Brand Seiko
    Model NoSSA073K1
  • Movement
    Movement Automatic
    Case Size 44 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Steel
    Glass Material Hardlex Crystal
    Dial Colour Black
    Strap Material Steel
    EAN 4954628155757
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 100
    Warranty Period 2 years
    Country of Origin Japan

About the Seiko Lord Collection


The Seiko Lord collection was Seiko’s mid-range line of high-quality automatic watches targeting the growing masses of white-collar office workers prospering under a booming Japanese economy. They typically used unadjusted versions of the same movements housed by King Seiko during the early to mid-1970s. While Seiko produced a seemingly endless range of models under the Lord badge, this particular model is a favourite with its fine linen dial, Taro Tanaka lines, and super-sharp case.


One of the few timepieces inside the brand’s huge arsenal that are offered in special stones. Featuring special stones on the bezel and intricately crafted dials, the timepieces under the collection also feature a few chronographs and power reserve indicators. In some of the timepieces, there is also a date window at the 12 o’clock marker.

Seiko Lord SSA073K1

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10 Ratings & 2 Reviews


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Based on 2 Reviews.

  • AK


    Posted on

    Never had a word for Seiko, my father uses same, I have seen him using it since I was born, now it's me and specially the service of Ethos company it's too good too... Seiko automatic makes u feel perfect man with perfect time machine...

  • KH


    Posted on

    Hi folks,
    This is the second Seiko I have bought. I am mainly an orient collector and enjoy collecting Japanese automatic made movements as an alternative to the much more expensive Swiss brands.

    Although I have a few, I generally don't like dive watches, which seem to be so popular in the Seiko line. That's why I was attracted to this Seiko. The black dial has applied silver tone hour markers and hands with lumibrite (dots at the hours) for a sleek, upscale look. At 9 o’ clock is an open-heart that lets you view the balance wheel in motion as you wear the watch. The stainless steel case is 41mm in diameter by 13mm thick and it has a robust protector for crown at 3:00. The Seiko 4r38 automatic self-winding 24-jewel movement keeps accurate time and, it has the ability to be hand wound if you don't wear it for a few days. The power reserve for this movement is about 41 hours when fully wound. The movement is also view able via the exhibition window on the screw-in case back.

    The watch comes with nicely matched stainless steel bracelet with a satin brushed finish and a deploying clasp, hardlex scratch resistant crystal for the front and back.