Rowing Blazers x Seiko

Rowing Blazers x Seiko 5 Sports Colorblock Watch

UnavailableRowing Blazers x Seiko .

Rowing Blazers x Seiko

Rowing Blazers x Seiko 5 Sports Colorblock Watch

UnavailableRowing Blazers x Seiko .

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  • Special Edition Rowing Blazers x Seiko 5 Sports watch. Four-color bezel and small Rowing Blazers logo on the dial. Special case back emblazoned with one of Rowing Blazers' "house codes", a contemplative skeleton, as a memento mori: a reminder that time flies, with the words TEMPVS FVGIT. Comes in a special steel case in Rowing Blazers' signature zig-zag pattern, with both a bracelet and an alternative nylon military strap. Designed by Jack Carlson and Eric Wind, in collaboration with Seiko. Final Sale.

  • Crafted of stainless steel with a one-way rotating bezel in a distinctive red, yellow, blue and green color block pattern. Clean black dial includes a day/date calendar, LumiBrite hands and markers, and a signature red striped second hand. Special edition screwdown see-through caseback. 24-jewel automatic movement beats at a frequency of 21,600 vibrations per hour, with a power reserve of approximately 41 hours, and can be wound manually or automatically. Includes a stainless steel bracelet with tri-fold push button release clasp as well as an additional an additional black nylon strap. 10 bar, 100M Water Resistant.

  • Case diameteter 42.5mm.


  • "Collaborating with Seiko is a dream come true. I have a small collection of both new and vintage Seikos, and I'm obsessed with the brand. This is our first real foray into the world of watches -- though we often sell vintage Seikos on our site -- and I couldn't imagine a better partnership. I'm very grateful to my good friend and watch rabbi Eric Wind for making the connection and assisting with the design process. The bezels are the really distinctive thing about the three watches. I wanted this capsule to be understated, subtle -- but also fun. I wanted the watches to be very wearable -- but to have a sense of color and irreverence. One has a rally bezel, which of course is an homage to Seiko's archives and one of my favorite things from vintage Seiko. Another has a four-color red-blue-yellow-green bezel: to me, this is a tribute to the '90s and a very Rowing Blazers flip on the classic "Pepsi" bezel. And the final watch has a zig-zag bezel -- one of Rowing Blazers' most distinctive motifs. This one also comes with a military strap in Rowing Blazers' multicolor "croquet stripe." - Jack Carlson