Queen Guitarist Brian May Now Has His Own Signature Seiko Dive Watch

Jan 23, 2020

Category: Style

Brian May, the guitarist behind some of the world’s most beloved rock anthems, is a man of many talents. Not only is he one of the founding members of Queen, but he’s also a bonafide rocket scientist and NASA engineer. And now he can add another notch on his belt, as he’s teamed up with Seiko to release a signature dive watch.

Called the Seiko 5 Sports Brian May Limited Edition, this watch is limited to just 9,000 examples. It shares many of its features with its non-special edition brethren, like its Caliber 4R36 automatic movement (with a manual-wind capacity and 41-hour power reserve), a Hardlex crystal, 10 bar water-resistance, and more. But it also has some exclusive styling, including a red-and-black dial inspired by May’s one-of-a-kind handmade “Red Special” guitar, an exhibition caseback with the guitarist’s signature, and a special presentation case inspired by guitar cases. The price of this rock-inspired timepiece is set at $550.

Purchase: $550

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