The women’s collection of the Seiko Dolce & Exceline watches were so successful that the brand then went on to launch a men’s version of the watch, which has also proved highly popular. Clearly, this is a brand with its finger on the pulse of modern style and horology in general.
It should be noted that what makes the Seiko Dolce & Exceline watches truly special is their sheer elegance and simplicity of design. It is clear from first sight that this is not your standard wrist watch, such is the quality of the stainless steel case, the minimalist beauty of the dial adorned as it is with a distinct calendar feature.
Indeed, this attention to detail and quality is what makes the Seiko Dolce & Exceline collection perfect for both day to day wearing and for more formal events. A truly special watch, this family of timepieces will stand out in any situation and its simple yet highly sophisticated style means it goes with almost any outfit.
Indeed, the Seiko Dolce & Exceline is a piece that is adored throughout the globe, both by seasoned collectors and casual enthusiasts. Yes, this watch was always seen as a unique creation since the day of its launch. This is because the Seiko Dolce & Exceline watch is often considered to be on the small side, making it ideal for slim wrists.
However, this does not mean any change to the signature Seiko accuracy that simply cannot be found anywhere else for a similar price. Indeed, the Dolce & Exceline collection has to be noted for its extremely high value for money as well as its timelessly chic design and pinpoint precision timekeeping abilities.
Seiko’s creator, Kintaro Hattori, first began by fixing and making clocks for the folk of Yokohama way back in the 19th century, when the company story began. Indeed, the brand soon developed a name for the beauty of their work, with Seiko evolving into one of the top timekeeping brands in Japan over the coming decades.
By the 60’s Seiko had started to sell it’s watches across the globe, proving particularly popular in Europe and the US.The watches were growing more loved in a range of nations just at the perfect time, as brand new conveyor belt technology allowed them the option of making more than 3 million watches per year.
This end up in a massive boost in Seiko’s reputation but the company was far from satisfied. After first having success with the Quartz clock, Seiko grabbed an opportunity to launch the first ever quartz wristwatch aimed at the greater world.
In 1969 it arrived, with the release of the Seiko Astron 35SQ, the company said that, one day, all timepieces would boast the same quartz movement. How correct this statement would go on to be however, nobody could be sure, as the prediction was eerily accurate throughout the 1970’s quartz crisis.