Seiko Ananta SRQ017 100th Anniversary Chronograph Watch Hands-On – by Ariel Adams – Read and see more on aBlogtoWatch.com “For 2013, the newest Ananta watch was this limited edition SRQ017 100th Anniversary Chronograph. Back in 2009 I went to visit the various Seiko manufacture locations in Japan. One thing that I really learned was the difference between mainstream and luxury Seiko watches. I also happened to be there for the launch of the Ananta collection of timepieces…”
Seiko is a respected Japanese brand known to have brought unique timepieces to market over time. However, most of the watch collections she presented were long-established for the Japanese domestic market.
Features of the Ananta collection
This Seiko-branded watch collection houses a unique spring-driven chronograph and other features. Today, the watches of this collection are available on the domestic market. There are also various watch models in this collection, which are presented below so that you can preview and view the details in advance.
This watch from the Seiko Ananta collection has three sub-dials and a tachymeter on the outer dial. The watch has a pretty steel design with screwed buttons on the side.
This watch is a gray toned stainless steel copy from the Seiko Ananta collection. It has an alarm sub-function and sub-dials that also show the minutes and seconds.
This particular model of the Seiko Ananta watch series features a leather strap instead of the usual steel bracelet. This gives the Ananta watch model a beautiful and elegant look.
The stop buttons on the sides of this Seiko Ananta watch are clearly visible. The steel reinforced case and design is made exclusively by a leather strap.
This Seiko Japanese watch design features razor-sharp hands on a black dial surrounded by a hard-coated steel bezel. The watch shows a leather strap.
This Seiko Ananta watch is a beautiful design in black. The dial has square sub-dials and a tachymeter is located on the rotating bezel made of shiny steel with red hands.
The watch case of the Seiko Ananta watch shown above has a considerable thickness which serves as a reinforcing base for the watch. On the dial are various sub-dials with different functions.