How can you not be a fanboy when a company has that sort of transparency? You don't have to rely on 3 minute PR videos showing only the angles they want you to see. Undecorated parts....crap on the floor....take a photo!
This should really be titled "for everyone"...
And one thing i thought wad interesting - all that capability, and they use Swiss timing machines!
Grand Seiko SBGE033, Jaquest Droz Grande Seconde, Breitling Navitimer Cosmonaute, Prometheus Piranha, Orient Wingman, Zeppelin Flatline 7366-3, Glashutte Original PanoMaticLunar, Epos Emotion 3390, Steinhart Ocean 2 Premium, Hamilton Khaki Field, Omega 1965 Vintage, Seiko 5 SNKK27, Seiko 1977 Vintage, Nomos Orion 38, Wittnauer 1960's Vintage, Movado SL1 Chrono, Seiko SBQK085, Cyma Le Locle, Casio Oceanus OCW-S100-1AJF
Read this the other day, excellent write up the author did. Came away with even more respect for Seiko for allowing such a transparent view into their production process. I've been slowly going through their youtube videos recently, and even though they're in Japanese you can get an idea of what went into the different watches and technologies they produce. Now I just wish they would bring those same videos over to the international Seiko site with subtitles!
Here are some interesting ones:
(this last one I really want a translation of, because they talk about how they engineered the chronograph button to get just the right feel and interaction for it at some point)
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