I have a question for those in the know. I was always under the impression that the 9F62A movements in the usual quartz pieces (SBGX059, 061, etc) all look like this:
However, I recently came across this review: Grand Seiko Quartz Caliber 9F62 | Watch Flipr which shows that the usual SBGX059 in the photos had the flashier movement found only in the mastershop and limited edition quartz pieces (notice the lovely Tokyo stripes and the 'GS' emblazoned on the top).
Am I to assume that this special finishing is no longer exclusive to the limited edition pieces, and will be found in all quartz 9F62A models from now on? Has anyone recently purchased a GS quartz and has opened the case back? Would LOVE to know! That movement is absolutely stunning!
Cheers guys :)