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Seiko 5 Sports


Seiko 5 Sports is one of Seiko 5’s many variations throughout its history. 5 Sports was launched as Seiko 5 Sportsmatic in 1963, ours and Japan’s first-ever automatic day-date watch. The “5” in its name represents five key attributes every Seiko 5 model possesses.

 

Automatic winding, day/date displayed in a single window, water resistance, recessed crown at the 4 o’clock position, and durable case and bracelet are the 5. Besides those, 5 Sports also feature technological innovations; the Diaflex mainspring and Diashock shock-resistant design. These major factors contributed to the line’s success, giving it its distinctive appearance and strength.

 

In 2019, 5 Sports came back with a new line of timepieces. The new models are smaller, downsized due to the removal of the rotating bezel. Even so, with their more refined production and furnishing plus the modern in-house movements, the resurrected 5 Sports is just as good a find as its previous versions.

 

The new 5 Sports watches had everything for everyone. For the Seiko regulars, they’ll notice the familiar inspirations on the dial layout, bold crown guards, and well-proportioned design. Those new to the watch scene will also like the date window and display case back.

 

The new collection consists of five different series’ namely the Sports Style, Suits Style, Specialist Style, Street Style, and Sense Style. While they have their differences, the entire 5 Sports collection encourages people to find their own style and show it by wearing any watch from each series. 

 

5 Sports is one of the best entry watches not only to Seiko’s entire catalog but to watches in general. It has a variety of styles that will fit any fashion sense, making it the best representation of how much a watch can empower its wearer’s freedom to express themselves with their own style.