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    Seiko unveils limited edition Spy x Family collab watch

    Limited to only 2,000 pieces worldwide.


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    Seiko recently teamed up with the hit new anime Spy x Family for a special collaboration watch that’s limited to only 2,000 pieces worldwide.

    As you may have expected from an exclusive watch collab, this special wristwatch features a blue-green color that is reminiscent of the Spy x Family signature green color found in the cover art for its manga volume releases.

    Aside from the color, the watch also features design elements that are inspired by the Forger family members. These include a Stella Star and hair cones representing Anya, a Pistol for Loid, a pair of stiletto knives for Yor, and a bowtie representing Bond. At the back meanwhile are the Spy x Family and Seiko logos.

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    Here’s a closer look at the watch:

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    Aside from the watch itself, each package also comes with a special box that’s inspired by the hit anime. Check it out here:

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    In Japan, the watch is available now for pre-order for JPY 36,080 through select retailers. It is set to ship between late Feruary to March 2023.

    Given that it’s limited to only 2,000 pieces, it might be difficult to get one, especially given how popular the series is.

    In the Philippines, pre-orders for the watch are available on Onegai Onii-chan Japanese Hobby Shop. It is expected to cost at PHP 22,750 via the said store. 

    Haven’t seen Spy x Family yet? Here’s where you can watch the show now:

    Spy x Family: Where to Watch this hit anime series

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    Nicolo Manaloto
    Nicolo Manaloto
    UnGeek's resident editor who is obsessed with anything and everything Death Stranding. He is also a big fan of the Yakuza series, and is a weaboo in denial.


    1. anybody else notice that the watch apparently has two (2) threes (3s)? roman numeral for 4 is IV… after the stiletto knives which is in the position of the 3 is another roman numeral 3 (III)… hope Seiko didnt produce watches with that mistake… or that it’s just a marketing product mistake… anybody have Seiko’s contact?

      • oh apparently Seiko addressed this already… did some research around it and what is in the watch is IIII and not III (the spaces makes it look like the roman numeral III and apparently it’s a standard used by a lot of watch companies… instead of the more known IV they use IIII… you learn something new…


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