Seiko was founded in 1881, originally as a watch and clock repair shop in Tokyo. Since then, Seiko watches for men and women have become internationally known for their precise movements and dedication to perfection.

Seiko Prospex Watches

Prospex is a combination of the words 'Professional' and 'Specifications.' Designed to be practical, reliable and durable; to meet the high standards required in extreme environments.

Shop Seiko Prospex watches from £420 or £31.95 per month*.

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Seiko Presage Watches

Seiko Presage: Timeless looks, precise mechanical timekeeping. Minimalistic watch designs with a distinctly Japanese aesthetic.

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Seiko 5 Sports

Seiko 5 Sports is known for over fifty years of reliability, durability, performance and value. The ‘’5’’ represents the original five key features of every Seiko 5 still present today.

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Seiko Limited Edition Seiko Watches

Seiko's Limited Edition watches bring the brand's consistent precision, endurance, and dedication into exclusive Limited Edition models.

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Seiko Prospex GMT

Named after the words 'professional' and 'specifications', Seiko Prospex GMT watches are crafted to meet the uncompromising expectations of adventurers and sports enthusiasts. These Seiko watches maintain a contemporary aesthetic with unwavering durability that will take you anywhere.

Seiko New In

Discover just in watches from Seiko, and give your wristwear the upgrade it deserves with these on-trend styles.

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SeikoProspex 1965

A re-interpretation of the Seiko's first ever diver’s watch, say hello to the Seiko Prospex 1965 Revival. Faithful to the original released in 1965, this revival collection features modern enhancements such as a new slimline movement.

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Prospex 1965 Heritage Diver’s Automatic Men’s Watch

Prospex 1965 Heritage Diver’s Automatic Men’s Watch

  • £1,200

Why Choose Beaverbrooks?

We’re here to help you find your dream Seiko watch. With a range of timepieces to explore from iconic collections, we’re on hand to guide you through the timepieces to make sure you find the Seiko watch that’s right for you. Explore the world of Seiko watches for men and women and the brand’s exceptional Japanese watchmaking at Beaverbrooks.

We Have 21 Seiko Stockists Nationwide

Discover one of the best selections of Seiko watches in the UK. You can also book an appointment at one of our Seiko stockists where our expert advisors will guide you through our collections of Seiko watches for men and women.

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Experts in luxury watches

“A Japanese watch brand that engineers beautiful, highly performing watches, Seiko timepieces are perfect for your every day. With details, elements of design, and movements that are all inspired by the brand’s Japanese heritage, Seiko timepieces are always unique.”

Bruce, Head of Watches.

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We understand that you may not know where to start when buying a Seiko watch and you may have lots of questions on what to look for. If you need a little extra help or advise and can’t get into store, call us on 0800 169 2329, talk to us via live chat or send us an email using our online form.

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Seiko watches with £0 deposit

With up to 3 years interest free credit, shop Seiko watches from as little as £31.12 per month.

Find the perfect Seiko watch with Beaverbrooks today

Looking for the perfect Seiko watch for you? With many collections, movements, and designs to explore, we know how finding the right one is essential. Visit us in-store to find your dream Seiko watch, where our experts will be on-hand to guide you through the timepieces. Or get in touch for advice, information, and answers to all your question about Seiko watches.

Why Choose A Seiko Watch?

Since 1964, Seiko has served as the official timekeeper of sporting events worldwide, and there is an extensive collection of Seiko diver’s watches. This means that the accuracy of Seiko watches is relied upon by even the most professional athletes internationally.

Seiko have over a century of watchmaking experience. In 2013, Seiko celebrated its 100th anniversary of watchmaking, confirming their expertise in engineering high quality timepieces.

Seiko was the first watchmaker in the world to produce a quartz wristwatch. Back in 1969, the Seiko Quartz Astron watch was the first of its kind, and marked the start of Seiko’s mastery in quartz watches.

Seiko created the world’s first GPS Solar watch. Manufactured in 2012, the Seiko Astron GPS Solar is a low-energy-consumption GPS signal receiver. This Seiko watch identifies time zones and the date through GPS satellites, no matter where in the world you are.

Seiko are an award-winning watch brand. In the late 1960s, Seiko watches were awarded 2nd and 3rd place in the Neuchâtel Chronometer Competition, and was awarded between 4th to 10th places in the Geneva Observatory Competition.

Seiko FAQs

Seiko are an award-winning Japanese watch brand. With many accreditations and milestones to their name, they are considered a revolutionary brand in the watchmaking world. The expertise and craftsmanship of a Seiko watch has been perfected for over 100 years, and are trusted by many world professionals every day. Seiko were the first brand to create a watch driven by a quartz movement, Seiko diver’s watches were the first to include titanium, and a Seiko watch was the first to operate with a spring-drive movement, making a mechanical timepiece with an impressive accuracy of within one second each day. Just to name a few firsts, Seiko watches for men and women include remarkable technology and materials that are seen across the watch industry today.

Seiko is a Japanese brand. Seiko watches consistently tell the story of Japanese watchmaking, and all of their timepieces reflect Japanese culture, heritage and values. With many watches taking inspiration from the Japanese landscape and natural beauty of the country, Seiko watches are committed to reflecting the techniques and passion of their artisans and craftsmen. You can even visit the Seiko museum in Ginza, Japan to discover the history of Seiko. Although Seiko watches are crafted in Japan, in the late 1960s Seiko earned titles in Swiss watchmaking competitions; the Neuchâtel Chronometer Competition and the Geneva Observatory Competition.

Due to how Seiko watches are constructed and engineered, the craftsmanship behind every timepiece is dedicated to perfection and longevity. As Seiko have many different timepieces with different functions and price points, Seiko watches for men and women are desirable to collectors. Seiko’s range of limited edition timepieces also make them a good investment piece, as they’re released with a limited number of models that appeal to collectors. It’s essential to make sure you’re looking after it to keep it in the best condition possible. Visit our Watch Care Guide for more information and advice.

No, not all Seiko watches are battery operated. A battery operated timepiece is one that’s driven by a quartz movement. Although Seiko were the first watchmaker to manufacture a watch with a quartz movement back in 1969, Seiko watches are operated by both automatic and quartz movements. Seiko’s iconic release of the first quartz wristwatch means that today, they’re a master of quartz watches, but the brand also has an extensive history of making outstanding mechanical watches. Seiko automatic watches are widely produced, and you can rely on the precision and accuracy in each timepiece.

If you’ve recently bought a Seiko watch, or simply need it readjusting, we recommend visiting us in-store to have one of our experts take a look. To adjust the bracelet on your Seiko watch, and have links removed or added, our watch experts will be able to assist to ensure that your timepiece fits comfortably on your wrist. In-store, we also offer cleaning and maintenance service, to make sure your Seiko watch is running smoothly. It’s recommended to have your Seiko watch serviced around every three years, although this may vary if you spend time underwater, and need to uphold the water resistance of your timepiece, especially if it’s a Seiko diver’s watch.

An automatic watch operates with a mechanical movement, but unlike a mechanical watch, an automatic Seiko watch winds itself via the kinetic energy generated by the wearer during their day-to-day movements. Although it may need winding from time to time, an automatic Seiko watch doesn’t need winding as regularly as a manual one. First, check your watch is wound and functioning.

When setting the time on your automatic Seiko watch, follow these steps:

  1. Pull out the crown on your automatic Seiko watch to the second click when the seconds hand is at the 0 seconds position, and the seconds hand will stop moving.
  2. Turn the crown on your automatic Seiko watch and set the hour hand and minute hand to the current time.
  3. Push the crown on your automatic Seiko watch back into the normal position. For more advice and information on adjusting your automatic Seiko watch, visit our How To Wind An Automatic Watch Guide.

The kinetic Seiko watches are developed with a unique technology, an internal electrical generator, that accumulates energy from the kinetic movements made by the wearer. This energy is then stored in a rechargeable battery, that has more longevity than a quartz battery. This type of Seiko watch transforms the kinetic energy from the wearer into electrical energy, and drives the watch from an electrical battery. This unique movement ensures that your Seiko watch is more reliable, long-lasting, and environmentally friendly. The kinetic movement Seiko watches have become a popular choice for wearers.

No, not all Seiko watches are driven by an automatic movement. Automatic Seiko watches are a popular choice, and the brand offers many different types of automatic timepieces, but Seiko specialises in various types of movements. Commonly associated with Seiko are quartz-powered Seiko watches, manual-winding Seiko watches, and solar powered Seiko watches. An automatic Seiko watch is driven by the movements of the wearer throughout the day. Although it may need winding from time to time, your automatic Seiko watch will come with a power reserve of a specified time. Your timepiece will self-wind for that duration, via the energy generated by the movement of the wearer’s wrist.