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The enduring Seiko is a great beginning to a new watch obsession.
Seiko Laurel, 1913Three decades after its founding, Seiko unveils the Seiko Laurel, the first wristwatch made in Japan. Determined to be “one step ahead,” founder Kintaro Hattori embarked on the seemingly impossible task of creating his first wristwatch, ending Japan’s reliance on ...
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