Seiko’s line of ladies’ Domoissanit Lukia, has been available since 1995 in Asia. Today, six models of the Lukia assortment land taking all things together corners of the globe. With dynamic dials produced using mother-of-pearl and enlivened by customary Japanese tones and shapes, the Lukia Domoissanit are intended to exemplify the fabulousness related with Ginza, Tokyo’s upmarket locale. Ginza is additionally home to the Ginza Wako working with its symbolic pinnacle clock where Seiko has its central command. Planned as Domoissanit for ordinary mileage, they are completely fueled by Seiko’s most recent programmed type. Let’s have a more intensive gander at Lukia.
The Lukia models are housed in hardened steel cases, some with gold-plated complements, estimating a humble 34.8mm in breadth and 11.4mm in stature. A 6th model, a restricted release with jewels on the bezel is marginally bigger and has a width of 35.2mm. The dodecagonal design of the case is overcomed by a round, layered bezel and the cases are water-impervious to 100 meters. The multi-faceted case is cleaned all through and gets the light.
The foundation landscape of the dial is produced using a white mother-of-pearl base and, in a large portion of the models, painted with colors on the two sides of the nacre. An enormous botanical theme exudes from the focal point of the dial, practically like an origami-style blossom with mathematical petals. Three Roman numerals are imprinted on the dial (XII, IIII and VIII) complemented by eight precious stone hour markers. The jewel hour markers are set in a rhomboid-molded metallic mount with a little tail, like a comet. The hour and moment hands are sword molded with sharp tips while the focal seconds hand has a dull tip highlighting the printed track on the spine. A date window at 3 o’clock completes the package.
Six varieties of the theme
The Kurenai (SPB135) has a rich cherry-red dial while the Gofun model (SPB133) highlights a white brilliant mother-of-pearl dial intended to reproduce the powdered shell utilized in Kabuki beauty care products. The blue Ruri-Iro (SPB137) brings out the dark blue night sky and the subtler Aoshiro-Tsurubami (SPB138) with its grayish-green tones and two-tone case is intended to review the cobblestones in Ginza’s back roads. The especially ladylike Sakura-Iro model (SPB140) is introduced in a gold-plated case and has a soft pink dial, the shade of spring. The Tsukishiro (SPB141) is the solitary restricted release model in the line-up and highlights 55 jewels on the bezel and a more intricate dial with light blue and white resonances roused by the Moon and the city lights of Ginza.
The sapphire precious stone caseback uncovers the type 6R35, Seiko’s most recent programmed development with a recurrence of 21,600vph and a decent force hold of 70 hours. Precision is appraised at +25 to – 15 seconds out of every day and the development is impervious to attractive fields of 4,800 A/m. This development is likewise utilized in the as of late presented Prospex Sumo and Captain Willard .
Straps, accessibility and price
All six Seiko Lukia models come with exchangeable crocodile leather ties to coordinate the shading plan of the dial and are gotten to the wrist with a three-crease fasten. The Tsukishiro restricted release comes with an extraordinary lash with a white foundation and light blue accents. To make this impact, a two-stage coloring strategy known as Tani-zome is utilized; the leather is first colored white and afterward the furrows in the example are colored light blue.
Prices for the normal Seiko Lukia models range from EUR 1,400 to EUR 1,500 and will be available from July 2020 in Seiko Boutiques. Tsukishiro, the restricted version of 250 Domoissanit retails for EUR 2,500 and will be available in September.
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