2013’s limited edition remake of the 44GS is completely faithful to the original, with a 37.9mm case. It also holds the Grand Seiko seal on the caseback, just like the 60s model. Inside is the manually wound Grand Seiko 9S64, with a frequency of 4 hertz and power reserve of 72 hours. The limited edition 44GS will come in four metals, all in limited numbers. The steel example, which has a dial and handset that mimic the original model exactly, will be sold in 700 examples worldwide, with a US retail price of $6000. The 44GS will also be made in yellow, rose, and white gold, each in 70 examples at a price of $24,000. You can read more about this new limited edition Grand Seiko here.
We should add that this is the only Grand Seiko currently sold in the United States with a manually wound movement. Just sayin’.