Introducing this week’s new launches from Seiko and Raymond Weil.

Introducing this week’s new launches from Seiko and Raymond Weil.

The King Seiko collection by Seiko Watches.

In the 1960s, King Seiko timepieces led Seiko Watch Corporation’s developments in world-leading technical precision. ‘King Seiko’ originated when multiple Seiko factories created different watches to encourage innovation – one of the Japanese watch brand’s constant aims.

This version is updated from its original inspiration with a newly developed slim structure combined with a sapphire box glass, for a case depth of 10.33mm, the slimmest of 6R calibre models. It features a King Seiko crest mark on the crown and case back and the bracelet is inspired by the original 1960s design through a combination of mirror and hairline finishing.

Available at, £1,470.

The new toccata collection from Raymond Weil.

Inspired by the Art-Deco movement, these vintage-inspired watches encompass clean lines, sumptuous dials and are perfectly suited to any occasion.

Housed in elegantly refined rectangular cases, these new creations exude a charming simplicity. Each watch is equipped with a Swiss quartz movement, delivering precision, and obviating the need for regular winding.

The toccata collection offers cases in stainless steel or stainless steel suffused with yellow gold PVD plating. The dial options for the toccata range include champagne, emerald green, black, ruby and blue. Strap or bracelet, Roman numerals or diamond-set indexes give wearers a selection of models to choose from.

Available from, £650.