Seiko has recently expanded its iconic Cocktail Time collection with two brand-new models. These all-new Seiko Cocktail Time watches have been named the Presage Midnight models and are designed in fan favourite colours. The brand’s Cocktail Time series is a family of watches inspired by Japanese cocktail culture and specific drinks from Star Bar in Tokyo’s sophisticated Ginza area. This glamorous source of inspiration has ensured that the Cocktail Time timepieces have been a massive hit with fans of Seiko.
The New Models
As part of the Seiko Presage family, these new models incorporate timeless looks, precise mechanical timekeeping and distinctly Japanese aesthetics. The Seiko brand remains best known for its world-leading expertise, watchmaking skill and elegant design. These two all-new Seiko Cocktail Time watches embody Seiko’s history and aesthetics combined with total in-house manufacture to create stylish and functional wristwatches.
The dial of this model is designed to express the reflection of a green Mockingbird cocktail in the darkness of a bar at midnight. This appealing image is created using a textured green dial that is adorned with pops of gold. The dial is detailed with silver baton indices, silver hands and a date wheel. Hardlex crystal protects the dial and a stainless steel case frames it. Measuring 40.5mm in diameter, the case houses an automatic movement which provides up to 41 hours of power reserve. This movement is visible through an exhibition case back. Finishing with a timeless black leather strap, this wristwatch is sure to become a staple in any watch collection.
The shade of blue that adorns the dial of this watch has been specially selected to be reminiscent of the reflection of a deep Blue Moon cocktail late at night. The textured dial draws the eye straight to the centre of the timepiece. Detailed with silver and gold hands, silver baton indices and a date display, the dial is protected by Hardlex crystal. This timepiece is powered by a reliable automatic movement that provides the timepiece with up to 41 hours of power reserve. The movement is safely housed within a 40.5mm stainless steel case which features an exhibition case back. Finished with a brown leather strap, this timepiece has a vintage feel that is contrasted with the modern movement within.
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