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Seiko X Zero Halliburton Limited Edition Watches

Seiko X Zero Halliburton Limited Edition Watches

Today, Seiko has announced an exclusive collaboration with Zero Halliburton. The product of this collaboration is a duo of Seiko X Zero Halliburton limited edition watches. Zero Halliburton is a classically stylish American luggage expert. The brand’s collaboration with Seiko has produced a pair of simple and incredibly elegant timepieces that use key design elements from both brands. The Seiko X Zero Halliburton limited edition watches use the iconic Seiko Presage design. This collection focuses on timeless looks, precise mechanical timekeeping and minimalistic watch design to create a distinctly Japanese aesthetic. These watches would make a fantastic addition to any watch collection.

Who Are Zero Halliburton?

Zero Halliburton was founded by Erle Halliburton. It was the first brand to introduce aluminium luggage into the market in 1938. The brand’s products are designed to survive the tough environment of the Midwest oil fields. The brand produces a wide range of luggage and accessories that all use elements of the original designs. Today, the brand focuses on protection, strength and dependability. Zero Halliburton accessories combine unpretentious luxury with functionality to create reliable and long-lasting pieces.

The Seiko X Zero Halliburton Limited Edition Watches

The brand new watches flawlessly combine design elements from both Zero Halliburton and the iconic Seiko Presage Sharp Edged design. The dial of each watch is white and embossed with Zero Halliburton’s signature double-rib pattern. This embossing is complemented with the traditional Japanese hemp design that is well-known in the Seiko Presage range. This elegant, yet functional design is the perfect combination of both brands. The watches feature exhibition case backs that expose the automatic movements that power them. This allows the wearer to view and enjoy the reliable movement that keeps their timepiece ticking. Both of the watches are packaged in a Zero Halliburton polycarbonate case that has been specially designed with the iconic double-ribbed design. As these timepieces are limited edition, there are only 2000 pieces of each model available worldwide.

Seiko Presage Sharp Edged GMT x Zero Halliburton Limited Edition SPB269J1

This model features a highly functional GMT feature. The GMT hand and the high visibility hour markers combined with a clear 24-hour bezel to ensure that multiple time zone calculations can be made at a glance. The textured white dial is adorned with silver baton indices with matching silver hour, minute and second hands. The dial also exhibits two subdials to additional accuracy of timekeeping. These features are protected by anti-reflective sapphire glass. The dial is framed by a blue bezel and surrounded by a stainless steel case. The case measures 42.2mm in diameter and houses the calibre 6R64 automatic movement that powers the watch. This movement provides the timepiece with a power reserve of up to 45 hours. The watch is secured on the wrist using a stainless steel bracelet.

Seiko Presage Sharp Edged x Zero Haliburton Limited Edition SPB277J1

This model has a more simple and minimalistic dial design than the previous. The white textured dial features silver baton indices with blue hands and a date display. The minimalist design of this dial ensures that nothing detracts from the eye-catching design of the watch. The dial is protected by anti-reflective sapphire glass that ensures that the dial can be read, even under bright lights. A calibre 6R35 automatic movement is housed within the stainless steel case. This movement provides the watch with up to 70 hours of power reserve. This watch is finished with a sturdy and robust stainless steel bracelet. Additionally, the watch is water-resistant up to 100 metres (10 bar).

What do you think of the Seiko X Zero Halliburton limited edition watches? Which of the two is your favourite? Let us know in the comments!

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