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.