Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby Racer-X » August 18th 2018, 9:49am

"We are big, big fans of the Seiko Spring Drive watches, and have waxed lyrical over them in many of our reviews. In this episode of Ask Deployant, our friend Joe Kirk of Grand Seiko USA answers questions on the Spring Drive.

For Instagram watch folks, the name Joseph Kirk is a revered one, especially for information packed posts on Grand Seiko. He recently ran an AMA series of Instagram Stories over at his account @josep.kirk. As Joe is a friend of Deployant and of our Chief Editor, he agreed for these to be responses to be mirrored on our site to reach a wider audience. Thanks to Joe and to Grand Seiko USA for allowing us exclusive use of the AMA."

https://deployant.com/ask-deployant-featuring-joe-kirk-on-grand-seiko-spring-drive/
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Re: Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby foghorn » August 18th 2018, 10:31am

Joe's brother Don's names is also revered by those fans of WW2 era French watches.
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Re: Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby bedlam » August 18th 2018, 6:24pm

Joe Kirk is the real deal. And a gentleman.
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Re: Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby conjurer » August 18th 2018, 8:22pm

bedlam wrote:Joe Kirk is the real deal. And a gentleman.


Is he the guy who used to work at Arizona Fine Time?
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Re: Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby bedlam » August 19th 2018, 1:20am

conjurer wrote:
bedlam wrote:Joe Kirk is the real deal. And a gentleman.

Is he the guy who used to work at Arizona Fine Time?

Yup
"If I could put a finger on the moment we genuinely fucked ourselves, it was the moment we decided that data was something you could use words like believe or disbelieve around...

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Re: Q&A: Joe Kirk on Grand Seiko Spring Drive

Postby conjurer » August 19th 2018, 7:50am

bedlam wrote:
conjurer wrote:
bedlam wrote:Joe Kirk is the real deal. And a gentleman.

Is he the guy who used to work at Arizona Fine Time?

Yup


I second what you said above, then. I called AZFT to source the then new Gee Rangeman, and talked to Joe on the phone; he provided excellent service, offered me a generous discount, and got my sale.
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