On Wednesday evening we joined the official (re)opening of the Seiko boutique in Amsterdam. It was one of the very first Seiko boutiques in Europe, and they felt it was time to update it. In the center of Amsterdam, the Seiko boutique almost can’t be missed.
The boutique has received quite an overhaul on the inside and outside. The large doors give access to the most important Seiko collections. On the left side of the boutique, it has all been reserved for Grand Seiko. They have an impressive collection of Grand Seiko watches in stock, including the rare platinum (here) and gold (here) Spring Drive pieces with 8-days movements. On the right side of the boutique, you will find the Seiko divers (Prospex) and Presage collection for example. Not only the regular models but also the limited edition models can be found here.
After the management of Seiko Nederland and the boutique staff welcomed everyone, The opening of the boutique was celebrated with some members of the press. Seiko had a raffle as well for the participants of the evening and gave away a Seiko Presage Cocktail watch and a bottle of Japanese whiskey (guess who won?).
When you are in Amsterdam, make sure to pay a visit to the new Seiko Boutique at the Heiligeweg and meet with the boutique staff. They are happy to show you around and introduce you to the world of Seiko and Grand Seiko.
Enjoy the photo report below.
More information about the Seiko Boutique in Amsterdam, click here.
Ever since he was a young child, Robert-Jan was drawn to watches, even though it were digital Casio and quartz Swatch models at the time. In the mid-1990s, his interest increased when he started to read about mechanical watches in... read more