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King Seiko KSK Re-Creation Limited Edition. Introduced in 1961 and in production until 1975, King Seiko became one of the Seiko's most technically innovative and stylish brands, noted for its sleek, dignified angularity. Re-creating the King Seiko KSK of 1965, with its slightly sportier and more practical features, this exceptional Limited Edition is available only in a controlled-production run of 1,700, with the serial number engraved on each screwback case. With a larger case and upgraded box-shaped anti-reflective sapphire crystal, this streamlined re-creation includes a thin automatic caliber movement with a frequency of 28,800 vibrations per hour, a power reserve of approximately 45 hours, and manual winding capability. The pale champagne dial features a calendar, textured 12 o'clock marker, and subtle gold accents. Crafted of stainless steel, this distinctive timepiece also offers a box shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coasting on the inner surface, and a brown crocodile strap, and sports the King Seiko crest on its caseback as well as stylized Seiko logos on the crown and buckle. Presented in a Limited Edition collectors' box. 5 bar, 50M Water Resistant.

Technical Data

  • Caliber 6L35
  • 28,800 vibrations per hour
  • 26 jewels
  • Power reserve: approximately 45 hours
  • 38.1mm
  • 11.4mm
  • 44.7mm
  • Stainless steel case with super-hard coating
  • Box-shaped sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating on the inner surface
  • Brown crocodile strap
  • 5 bar, 50 meters (165 feet)


  • King Seiko KSK Re-Creation Limited Edition
  • Limited Edition of 1,700
  • Serial number engraved on King Seiko medallion caseback
  • Stylized Seiko logo buckle and crown
  • Distinctive slim case design
  • Automatic with manual winding capability
  • Pale champagne dial with gold accents
  • Date calendar
  • Textured 12 o'clock marker
  • Presented in a Limited Edition collectors' box
  • Re-creation of the sleek and sporty King Seiko KSK, introduced in 1965