Historically, Seiko never fully focused on one particular horological craft. Bulova is known for their high-frequency quartz movements, while Tissot is known for fashioning Swiss mechanical
This approach could have made Seiko a master of none, but the complete opposite happened. Many Seiko sub-brands, spanning every price category, were born from this Japanese brand’s many expertises.
Even in their budget sphere, you’ll find automatics, creative designs, and unique offerings like solar power and sapphire crystals.
So if you want the best Seiko
We selected pieces that represent different styles and functions, so you’ll find everything here from quartz timepieces to mechanicals, from field
Our Picks For The 10 Best Seikos Under $100
What is the Best Budget Seiko?
It depends on what you’re looking for, of course!
How Seiko can give us their sub-100 automatics in the Seiko 5 line or the SGEH751’s scratch-resistant sapphire crystal is truly a feat few big brands even try to do. Which awesome qualities impress you the most at this price point?