The Credor Eichi II is a three-hand time-only watch that you can safely tell friends and colleagues is a Seiko because it is. Well, Credor is the part of the Seiko Group that creates haute horlogerie timepieces and the Eichi II is a superlative example of what the brand does. The dial is hand-painted porcelain (no ordinary white dial this) and the case is platinum and both are as beautiful as they are invisible to the casual observer. Needless to say, the finish on the movement is nothing short of breathtaking but it is the use of Seiko’s proprietary Spring Drive that elevates this watch to another level. The glide of the seconds hand is pure poetry.