Seiko Replica Unveils New King Seiko SJE087 and SPB291 Watches

Now, for 2022, Seiko has added two more King Seiko Swiss Replica Watches to the lineup with a new special-edition model and a special-edition reference with a striking purple dial.

The new King Seiko SJE087 features a 38.1mm stainless steel case that is a faithful reinterpretation of the classic King Seiko KSK watch from 1965. The new King Seiko SJE087 features a Zaratsu polished case with a caseback that includes a gold medallion that recalls the shield design of the original model.

The Luxury Replica Watch screw-down caseback, box-shaped sapphire crystal, and signed push/pull crown all work together to provide the special-edition King Seiko SJE087 with a fairly standard 50 meters of water resistance.

Despite also being slightly thinner at 10.33mm versus 11.4mm-thick, the King Seiko SPB291 offers twice the water resistance as its limited-edition counterpart with an official rating of 100 meters.

Just as you would expect from anything produced by Seiko Best Replica Watch, the dials of these new King Seiko watches take center stage and they feature the brand’s signature sharply-edged dauphine hands.

The champagne dial includes a radial sunray pattern that works in conjunction with the yellow-gold color of the hands and markers to create a warmer and more nostalgic overall appearance.

Finished with a radial sunray pattern and a subtle gradient effect that creates a darker shade of purple toward its outer edge, the dial of the King Seiko SPB291 Perfect Replica Watch offers a truly striking appearance, despite not featuring an intricate surface pattern or even being very saturated in its overall color.

Sitting behind the purple dial of the King Seiko SPB291 is the Caliber 6R31 movement, which is essentially the time-only version of the Caliber 6R35 that can be found inside a number of other modern Seiko watches.

Beating at a frequency of 21,600vph with a power reserve of approximately 70 hours, the Fascinating Replica Watch Cal. 6R31 is an upgraded no-date version of Seiko’s modern workhorse movement, and while it promises reliable performance and decent timekeeping, it ultimately isn’t anything all that special by itself.