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  1. Good news! I am hoping they will increase the size a bit as the 38mm was just a bit too small for me. POSTED BY SEIYA KOBAYASHI · SEPTEMBER 06, 2019 It has been newly fitted with 6R35 movement. The power reserve has been upgraded to 70hr. *(The 6R15 movement had a 50hr power reserve.) It will keep the 20 ATM water resistance but will come with a see-through back. The green dial will remain pretty much the same. It was announced that a black and white contrasting dial will be offered as well. There aren’t any available photos, and details are subject to change. But I still can’t wait for it to come out. SBDC091 Green dial + Brown leather strap -- 75000 Yen SBDC089 White dial + Black leather strap -- 75000 Yen SBDC087 Black dial + SS bracelet -- 77000 Yen SeiyaJapan.com Source: https://www.seiyajapan.com/blogs/news/the-alpinist-will-make-a-comeback-in-jan-2020
  2. The Alpinist, the mountaineering watch with the green dial introduced previously in “Every color has a reason.” If we delve into its history, we see that the Green Alpinist was first released in 1995, and even now, close to a quarter century later, its sales remain steady, disproving an old belief that Seiko watches with green dials do not sell well. This is quite an intriguing story. In this volume, two Alpinist designers will talk with us: Shigeo Sakai, who brought the Green Alpinist into being in 1995, and Yasuhiro Kuzuya, who renewed the design in 2006. They will introduce their personal viewpoints regarding their great attention to every detail of Green Alpinist’s design, differences between the two versions, and why this watch has become such a long-seller. Read more here: https://www.seiko-design.com/en/alpinist/index.html
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