Rowing Blazers x Seiko 5 Sports Watch (Limited Edition 2023)
Limited-edition Rowing Blazers x Seiko 5 Sports watch featuring a colorful, vintage-inspired dial; steel bracelet; monogrammed crown; “candy cane” second hand; and case back adorned with our Derry Bones “Tempus Fugit” motif. Designed by Rowing Blazers Creative Director Jack Carlson and vintage watch expert Eric Wind of Wind Vintage in partnership with Seiko.
Each watch features a steel bracelet and includes an additional, specially-designed nylon strap, and comes in a special-edition co-branded presentation box.
The different designs are as follows: SRPJ65 (purple dial, steel bracelet with additional dark green-and-yellow nylon strap); SRPJ67 (pink dial, steel bracelet with additional navy-and-white nylon strap); SRPJ69 (yellow dial, steel bracelet with additional red/yellow/green nylon strap); SRPJ71 (white dial, steel bracelet with additional pale pink nylon strap).
40mm diameter. Caliber 4R36 with manual and automatic winding capabilities. 24 jewels. 21,600 vibrations per hour. Approximately 41 hours of power reserve. Luminous hands and markers. Stainless steel cases and bracelets. Bilingual day and date calendars (English and Japanese). Edition of 888 per design. Made in Japan.
40mm diameter. Adjustable. According to Eric Wind: "These wear slightly smaller than the quoted size because of the shorter lugs, offering a wide appeal."
The new Rowing Blazers x Seiko capsule, designed by Rowing Blazers founder Jack Carlson and vintage watch expert Eric Wind, utilizes the same platform as the brands’ previous collaboration and is based on a 1970 Seiko 6106-7107 70m Sport Diver offered in four new summer colors.
“The case is 40mm,” Jack notes, “but it wears smaller. I love that, and I love the smooth bezel. The new colors feel nostalgic, but also very relevant for today at the same time."
Eric adds: “Following up on our first two successful capsules with Seiko, our third capsule is geared toward summer. We were inspired by vintage Seiko watches, but also had our own twist on the dial colors.”