For decades, the Seiko 5 collection has been some of the best-value mechanical watchmaking on the planet. The ability to buy an automatic watch with an in-house movement for only a few hundred dollars must be responsible for introducing tens of thousands of people around the world to watches. You would be hard-pressed to find many watch collectors out there who haven't owned a Seiko 5 at one point in their collecting journey. And while many of the big Swiss brands would hate to admit it, the watch industry is a much better place for the existence of the Seiko 5. It is with great excitement then, that Seiko have announced the relaunch of the Seiko 5 Sports Models, with a brand new logo and collection. The new logo is an amalgamation of the "S" in sports, and number "5", a number specifically used for the requirement of every model to feature the following: a day-date display at the three o'clock position water resistance an automatic movement durable case and bracelet and a recessed crown in the four o'clock position With a list of minimum requirements like that, at the price point of the Seiko 5 it's very easy to…

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