We sell this rare Japan only limited - the Seiko x TiCTAC Limited Edition Ref. SZSB021 that comes with a British green dial on brown leather strap, and has the reliable 4R35 mechanical automatic movement.
- Stainless steel case and bracelet
- Green dial
- 10 bar Water Resistance
- Automatic Movement
- 4R35 caliber
- 23 Jewels
- Date display
- 40mm x 48mm Size
- Made In Japan
Other DetailsSeiko Japan warranty is included (valid for 12 months)
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An extremely beautiful watch. The emerald green color of the dial is just gorgeous (when it really shows in the light). I got it mostly for the looks. And I have never had reliability issues with Seiko. I would describe this watch as having a very classy and formal look. A bit pricey though for this watch but what the heck lol. Otherwise no issues.
I have always loved Seiko watches which I consider the best quality timepiece of all time. I have already had a few Seiko watches, including a Seiko 5 and an Alpinist SARB017, in my collection. However, when I saw the Seiko x TicTac Limited Edition, I thought this watch must be in my collection. Actually, I am not sure what is the official name of this timepiece. Anyway, I call it “Seiko SZSB006 TicTac”. Apparently this limited edition timepiece was made to commemorate the 35th anniversary of TiCTAC. It was made in Japan. Like many customers, I do prefer things made in Japan even though I have to pay a little extra. From outside, the watch blends two different looks and the result is a unique looking watch. It has a vintage Alpinist look, but without the compass crown. It also has the dressy look of a Presage, but it is more sporty than the Presage. I like the dark British green dial, because it stands out from other watches. The leather strap adds a vintage look and feel to the watch as well. The case made of polished stainless steel and has a diameter of 40 mm, about 0.5 mm larger than the Alpinist’s. The caseback is transparent, something we don't normally see in other Seiko sport watches. The watch is not bulky, with the thickness being just 11 mm. The crown is located at the 3 o’clock position and unsigned. The drilled lugs make changing straps less challgening for people like me who are not good with micromechanical stuff. The hands are designed with the Alpinist’s cathedral-style. There are two Arabic indices at the 12 and 6 o’clock position. I really like the vintage style used on the dial at 12 and 6. There is a date wheel at 3'clock position, and printed rectangular plots. The Seiko SZSB006 TicTac is powered by the 4R35 caliber which was used on Seiko Prospex models. I have not thoroughly evaluated the watch, but my experience suggests that it automatically winds and will stay ticking for up to 40 hours on a single full wind. That is very impressive performance compared with more expensive Swiss watches. I have worn the Seiko TicTac for 2 weeks now, and I really like it. It nicely fits into my 18 cm wrist. Like any other Seiko timepiece, it keeps the time very well. It deviated about 35 seconds a day which is fairly normal for this class of watches. I got my Seiko TiCTAC Limited Edition from shoppinginjapan.net. The shopping and transaction were very smooth. I got notified of the progress of my order almost every day and that is very useful. When I got the timepiece it had a minor issue, but was quickly resolved with the prompt help of an assistant from shoppinginjapan.net. In summary, the Seiko TicTac Limited Edition is a beautiful and impressive timepiece from a famous watch maker. This watch should serve as an excellent option for someone wearing the same single timepiece day in and day out.