It’s time during the current Week in Watches for September 5, 2020 the new release. There are a greater number of things to life than Rolex, so let’s take a look at what else dropped.
Grand Seiko 60th Anniversary L.E. SBGR321
Our first new watch this week comes from Grand Seiko. GS is praising its 60th Anniversary this year and keeps on turning out new models under the topic. The 40mm SBGR321 comes in titanium and is controlled by the 9S65 programmed. 2,500 bits of this blue-dialed watch will be made and are accessible in October. Amazing Seiko gets down on the dawn and how it emanates into their Japanese studios.
I’m not certain we need a story all the time on the grounds that the blue dial looks exquisite. That pattern proceeds on the presentation case back with a blue titanium rotor and red ring. The watch comes on wristband and will retail for an appealing €5,300. Visit for more information.
Sinn U1 DE
Next is maybe my #1 new watch of the week and it comes from a brand that’s “um pass on Ecke” from me. That’s Frankfurt-based Sinn obviously! Sinn is commending the 30th commemoration of German reunification with the restricted version U1 DE jumper. First and foremost, Sinn reveals to us that the watch shows Germany’s public banner tones. I see that with the gold seconds hand, Black Hard Coating utilizing TEGIMENT innovation, and red features. In any case, I really think it’s very unpretentious and interesting to those outside of Germany. All the other things is natural U1 and that implies that it’s steel and 44mm in breadth. Only 300 will be made with costs from €2,350 to €2,740 relying upon your decision of lash or wristband. Head to for more information.
Zenith DEFY Black & White Boutique Editions
Zenith gets back with all the more new tones for its DEFY assortment. Both the 41mm DEFY Classic and the 44mm DEFY 21 chronograph are accessible with these differentiating conceals. The cases are made of black microblasted earthenware and are combined with white clay bezels.
Whichever you pick, they come on a black and white cordura elastic lash. 100 of the DEFY 21 will be made with a retail cost of $13,600. The Classic sees sequential creation and will cost $8,200. The two watches are accessible now online at or at Zenith boutiques.
Casio G-Shock GA-900
Casio is commonly Gerard’s territory, yet I’ll take a swing at reporting these new G-Shock GA-900’s. Initially, these watches get their looks from mechanical plan. Casio even illuminates this by clarifying that the bezel ought to help us to remember a nut. The dial has an ana-digi show and cross-brought forth fastens (for grasp). They’re not sunlight based, but rather they have a Casio best 7-year battery. The watches are as of now marked down for $120 – 160 relying upon the tone. Visit for more information.
Folks, that’s for new watches this week. Make the most of your weekend!