The Cocktail Time SARB065 was introduced in 2010 with collaboration from Japanese bartender, Ishigaki Shinobu. The watch features Seiko’s proprietary Hardlex crystal, a screw-down exhibition caseback, and is powered by the 6R15 automatic movements seen in some mid to high-end Seiko models. Its accuracy is rated at +25/-15 seconds per day and for its price, I’d say it is a pretty nice first dress watch.
The Aqua Terra features a deep blue bezel with the day of the month in a window at the 3 o’clock position. With its exhibition caseback, you can even see the movement inside the watch! It’s a COSC certified chronometer, ensuring that the watch has undergone extension precision testing.
The Milgauss Z-Blue features a lightning bolt seconds hand and Caliber 3131, the choice for all modern Milgauss watches and the new Air-King. The dial is a striking sunburst blue that can appear green due to the tint on the sapphire crystal. It’s also antimagnetic to at least 1,000 gauss with a self-winding movement and power reserve of about 48 hours.