The heritage Japanese watchmaker brought three incredible timepieces down under to celebrate the opening of its new Little Collins St boutique in Melbourne.
Seiko Australia unveiled the opening of Melbourne’s first Seiko boutique on Little Collins Street this week, hosted by Andrew Daddo.
To celebrate, Seiko brought down under for three days only, Seiko’s Fugaku Timepiece valued at $600,000 (below), the $400,000 Credor Spring Drive Minute Repeater as well as the Eichi ll valued at $61,000.
The Melbourne Boutique showcased Seiko’s prestigious collections, Grand Seiko, Astron and Credor and will display several watches never before offered in Australia.
The boutique will reside among Melbourne’s bustling Little Collins Street which is known for its high-end boutiques, displaying Seiko’s most prestigious collections, including the Credor range as well as Grand Seiko and Astron. The boutique will also have a resident Seiko watchmaker to assist customers with technical information and assistance.
264-274 Little Collins Street