Seiko will introduce new, limited edition, timepiece-style watches at its new Spring 2017 event, which will be held on March 20.
Seiko has confirmed the new Seiko Seiko 25th Anniversary, which is set to release on March 24.
The watch, which measures 5.9mm (HWD) in diameter and weighs 1.3kg (2.8lb), has a stainless steel case and black stainless steel bracelet.
The Seiko brand has released two other models in the series: the first was a 5.1mm (LHD) model, which came in a black-and-white version, and the second was a 9.6mm (MHD) Seiko 35th Anniversary edition.
The new watches will be available starting at 10:00 GMT on March 21, with the new models available in sizes up to 36mm.
The new watch faces will be inspired by the famous Seiko markers and features new, customizable, stickers and text to be applied to the case, dial and caseback.
The Seiko watches will come with a stainless Steel case with a Seiko logo on the inside and a black stainless Steel bracelet.
There are no pricing details yet, but Seiko says the watches will cost $3,500 (about £2,100) and feature the new logo.
Seikos new collection will be limited to 1,500 pieces.
The watches are expected to debut in the United States, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, with other markets to be announced.