New Seiko Cocktail Time Marvels

New Seiko Cocktail Time Purple Sunset Chrono Scent

Today, we have something special for all the Seiko enthusiasts out there! Let’s dive into the captivating world of Seiko’s Cocktail Time collection. The watch we are reviewing today indeed has some top-notch features! What’s more, not many people are talking about it. Are you ready to discover more interesting facts? Stay tuned, and let’s get further into our Seiko Cocktail Time review!

A Rollercoaster Romance with Presage

Did you know that some people who are into sporty watches have a love-hate relationship with Seiko’s Presage models? Some just keep them hidden in their boxes. Why is that precisely?

Well, classic dress watches and their casual everyday style? Not exactly a match made in heaven. But wait, the plot indeed thickens with the arrival of two new stunners. We are about to reveal them below! 

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Purple Sunset: A Dial to Die For

Now, imagine something cool! A dial that’s basically a canvas of a mesmerizing sunset. The ‘Purple Sunset’ model (SRPK75) is a Japanese artistry show-stopper. The gradient from dark purple to almost pink? We can say it is pure magic. It’s like wearing a masterpiece on your wrist!

Gold indices and hands add the perfect bling, and the framed gold date window at 3 o’clock? Chef’s kiss.

Now, what about the tech specs? Sure thing. We can see a 40.5mm diameter, 47mm lug to lug length, and a slim 11.8mm thickness. The Tophat Hardlex crystal guards the show, and the non-screw-down crown promises decent 50m water resistance. Oh, and the 4R35 caliber powers this beauty, giving you 41 hours of pure time-telling joy.

Limited edition alert! This model sells in only 9000 pieces. Speaking of price range, they come with a price tag of 600 EUR. A bit steep, considering the Fuyugeshiki’s debut at 400 USD. Seiko’s pricing game? A mystery to solve.

seiko cocktail time Purple Sunset Chrono Scent

Pinky Twilight

Now, let’s talk about the other, lighter choice – ‘Pinky Twilight.’ Soft hues transitioning from peach-pink to golden-yellow, this one’s a subtle star in the Seiko Cocktail Time galaxy. We see the following:

  • a perfect diameter of 30.3mm, 
  • a lug-to-lug length of 37mm, and 
  • a slim 10.9mm thickness. 

Truly, this is elegance redefined. The gold-colored case blends perfectly with markers and hands. Under the hood, it’s rocking the in-house caliber 2R05, a sibling to the 4R35, and shouts out 50m water resistance. It is limited to 5000 pieces, and it won’t break the bank at 590 EUR.

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Seiko Cocktail Time Green vs Purple Sunset

Alright, let’s break these two down! So, who wins – the Seiko Purple Sunset Cocktail Time or ‘Mockingbird’? First off, they’re not twins when it comes to case size – ‘Purple Sunset’ rocks a 40.5mm case.

Now, let’s talk money. ‘Purple Sunset’ is tagged at £490, while its partner in crime, the ‘Mockingbird,’ sits at £500. No breaking the bank here. And we have good news! Both are up for grabs, stocked up with multiple units ready for your wrist.

These beauties are part of the Seiko Presage family. They are known for bringing Japanese vibes and top-notch mechanical moves. It’s not just about looks, as these watches blend elegance and functionality. So, are you ready to add a touch of style and precision to your collection? These might just be the ticket.