This clock displays the accurate time-of-day generated by SEIKO Precision’s time server.
Please note that the displayed time may have a certain margin of error depending on conditions such as the line speed or your network environment.
|1881||Establishment by Kintaro Hattori of K. Hattori & Co., Ltd., predecessor of today's Seiko Corporation.|
|1892||Foundation of Seikosha clock supply factory. Production of wall clocks begins.|
|1895||Production of fob watches begins.|
|1899||Production of alarm clocks begins.|
|1902||Production of table clocks and musical clocks begins.|
|1913||Production of the first wrist watch made in Japan begins.|
|1917||K. Hattori & Co., Ltd. becomes a public company.|
|1924||Seiko brand first used on watches.|
|1937||Watch production split off as Daini Seikosha Co., Ltd., independent predecessor of today's Seiko Instruments Inc.|
|1942||Establishment of watch producer, Daiwa Kogyo Ltd., predecessor of today's Seiko Epson Corporation.|
|1955||Production of the first self-winding wrist watch made in Japan begins.|
|1958||Introduction of quartz clocks for broadcasting use.|
|1959||Introduction of transistorized table clocks.|