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Fate/Grand Order Seiko Watches Will Return

Aniplex will re-run the Fate/Grand Order Seiko watches for a limited time. Each watch costs between 45,000 to 48,000 JPY ($286.10 to $305.20).

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All of the watches will re-run for a limited time. When Seiko and Aniplex released them at first, they came out at different times. For example, the Artoria Caster watch came out in 2021 and the Jeanne d’Arc Alter one was in 2022.

The Fate/Grand Order watches that are available are:

  • Abigail Williams
  • Artoria (Caster)
  • Artoria (Saber)
  • Ereshkigal
  • Gilgamesh (Archer)
  • Jeanne d’Arc Alter (Avenger)
  • Katsushika Hokusai (Foreigner)
  • Mash Kyrielight
  • Miyamoto Musashi (Saber)
  • Ozymandias
  • Scathach (Lancer)
  • Sengo Muramasa

These watches tend to use the character’s color scheme and motifs for the designs. For example, Musashi’s swords are the hands of the watch and the inside of the strap uses the same design as Musashi’s obi. Meanwhile, the Ozymandias watch (which is for women) uses gold and blue. The gold is for him being the sun king and the blue is to depict the Egyptian night sky. On the face, there are three cats, which are supposed to be his sphinxes.

Pre-orders are open from June 14 to June 30, 2024. They’ll come out some time after late August 2024. The Aniplex store does not offer international shipping.

Fate/Grand Order is readily available on mobile devices.

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