Articles About Seiko Watches

A visit to the Seiko Museum Ginza in Tokyo

Photos and review of the relocated Seiko Museum, now in Ginza, Tokyo, and a delight for Seiko fans.

How to fix misaligned Seiko quartz chronograph hands

Misaligned hands on a Seiko quartz chronograph is not an unusual problem. Here's how to easily fix them on a 7T92 watch.

What Is the Most Accurate Seiko Movement?

Seiko has built a reputation for accurate watches, but which are the most accurate automatic, hand-winding, quartz and Spring Drive movements?

Seiko Watch FAQs

Questions about Seiko watches? We have answers! Discover more about the watches Seiko makes, such as: What was the first Seiko watch? Where are Seiko watches made? What movements do they use?

Seiko Company FAQs

Questions about Seiko? We have answers! Discover more about the company such as: When was it founded? How do you pronounce Seiko in English? And which is older, Seiko or Rolex?

How to remove scratches from an acrylic watch crystal

If the scratched glass on your watch is not actually glass but acrylic (plastic), it's pretty easy to remove those scratches yourself without specialist tools. This guide will show you how.

Watch photography: How to take better photos with your phone

Whether for social media, a sale listing, or just for fun, here are watch photography tips with just a smartphone and no other fancy equipment.

Seiko SKX mod: How to change your bezel insert

Want to change the look of your Seiko diver? Models such as the SKX and SRP range are easy to 'mod' and changing the bezel insert is a great place to start.

How to change a Seiko kinetic battery

With this guide and a bit of care you can change Seiko kinetic batteries/capacitors yourself, saving money and time.

How to remove Seiko chronograph pushers (and then refit them)

I've lost more c-clips than I care to remember so here are the tips and tricks I've learned to make the process easier.

How to open a Seiko monocoque (one-piece) watch case

A guide to opening Seiko watches that don't have a screw-off or lift-off caseback.