- 40.3mm Case diameter
- Quartz movement with analog display
- Features three-link bracelet with fold-over clasp closure
- Water resistant to 50 M (165 ft)
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Spruce up your look with this men's titanium watch by Seiko. The blue dial with luminous hands and hour markers lends a striking appearance and the day/ date display offers added convenience. 50 meters water resistant.
From Humble beginnings, Kintaro Hattoris Vision for Seiko has become reality. A consuming passion for excellence - imprinted in our Corporate DNA passed from generation to generation. Seiko, for 125 years committed to the art and science of time.
A culture of innovation connects a 19th century Tokyo clock shop with 20th century advances in timekeeping to an extraordinary 21st century "quiet revolution." Continually driven by dedication and passion, established a multitude of worlds first technologies transforming the principles of timekeeping.
The first quartz wristwatch changed the history of time.
The first Kinetic marked a new era in quartz watch technology.
In 1969, Seiko Astron, the first quartz wristwatch - was introduced.
In an instant, Seiko exponentially improved the accuracy of wristwatches And Seiko technology firmly established todays standard in Olympic and sports timing.
1984, another celebrated first Kinetic Technology powered by body movement.
Kinetic a quartz mechanism with unparalleled accuracy the driving force behind more worlds firsts.
Kinetic Chronograph the next generation of high performance timekeeping.
Kinetic Auto Relay automatically resets to the correct time.
Kinetic Perpetual - combining the date perfect technology of perpetual calendar with the genius of Kinetic Auto Relay.
And now Kinetic Direct Drive move, and the watch is powered automatically. Or hand wind it and see the power you are generating in real time.
In the realm of fine watches, time is measured by Seiko innovation A heritage of dedication to the art and science of time.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 4 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000WFZU30
- Item model number: SGG709
- Date first listed on Amazon: December 21, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Seiko|
|Dial window material type||Hardlex|
|Case diameter||40.3 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||8.3 millimeters|
|Band width||20 millimeters|
|Calendar||Day and date|
|Special features||Water Resistant, includes a seconds-hand|
|Water resistant depth||165 Feet|
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The directions are surprisingly of no help in removing links which you are likely to need to do. There are a couple of U Tube videos (Google "adjusting Seiko titanium watch band" to find them) that tell you how to do this and are best to check out before trying to remove links. I was surprised just how many links I had to remove to make this fit. Usually my watches might be a little loose when first purchased and need one or two links removed but this would go half way up my arm unless I removed links. For someone with large arms this is great and actually a plus. Just set aside an hour and relax taking your time doing this and it will likely not be too terrible a task. After all you will probably only have to do this once. But I suggest you consider buying a set of watch repair tools and these are on Amazon at a low price. The one I got is at this link: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000T9VK56?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o03_s00 True they are not jeweler quality and you have to be careful not to break them but for occasional use they are very helpful. A few tips. While I found the U Tube helpful I did find it was tough to get the links removed. It took quite a bit of pressure and practice to remove the link bar. What I found helped was to use the hammer along with a flat head screwdriver in the grove toward the arrow and then needle nose to remove them. Putting back in was bit of a challenge and again the hammer was helpful. Once I figured it out it was still tough to get out and back in but easier than the first one! If you have the watch repair tools the pin remover will help take the pin out of the clasp to maker easier to remove links with band flat and also to make fine adjustment as it has e or four positions to adjust clasp slightly . This is not something would want to do more than once but fortunately once will be enough! Takes a little patience and the right tools but with those in hand you should be fine doing this yourself. If not it is probably worth going to a jeweler who has Seiko and pay them to adjust the band. I had to remove four links and adjust the clasp pin to make this fit properly. It is great now.
As for comments on feel of the watch as light....well, that is one of the virtues of titanium and one reason I bought this watch. Another reason is that titanium will not have the rust problems you may run into with other watches, especially if you live in a humid climate (as I do). I have several Timex watches that run great after many years of use but the stems tend to stick due to bit of rusting and I keep these for my yard work, sailing and other outside activities.
There are questions about whether this is battery operated....and it is. To me that is a plus as I own a number of watches from knock around to high end watches and I do not want to have to wear or wind them to keep them keeping proper time. I have one radio controlled watch and radio control clock plus cell phone of course to give me the atomic clock exact time to check my watches for accurate time keeping. As I keep them in a glass topped case I can check these to see how they are comparing in keeping time and adjust as necessary. I rotate wearing them depending on my activities so having battery operation is a plus vs other Seiko watches that require movement or winding or solar (or other) lighting. Those are fine watches and when in SE Asia during Vietnam I had a Seiko that worked this way and it was fine lasting me many years until it finally gave out after 25 years but then I was wearing it every day. Even in the heavy monsoon and humidity of the Mekong River area it worked great and kept perfect time. So I have owned Seiko watches for over 50 years and been pleased with them. This one seems no exception. If I find out otherwise I will come back and revise this review.
One item other reviewers have noted is that the day is in both English and Spanish. So whichever you want you need to read the directions on this carefully. I had trouble finding this even after seeing reviewer mention it was in the instructions. Well it is but it is not easy to find. The trick is that you set the day in the language you want and it will then skip the other language when it makes the change early in the morning. Ok, if you are up between 1 and 2 you might at some point see the other language show up until it cycles to the correct language. But unless you are a real night owl this will not likely be an issue. In any case you may learn the days of the week in the other language if you do not already know them!
On the whole this is a very classy watch at a good price and very happy to add it to my collection.
Be cognizant of the fact that the titanium band (and case, to a lesser extent) is prone to being scratched. The band also feels cheap. I would recommend swapping it out for something more resilient.
12/09/17: As others have stated, the band is cheap. Mine bent while removing links, but thankfully I was able to bend it back to almost straight. I refused to deal with a band that bends with minimal force, so I swapped it out for a Barton Quick Release rubber watch band (~$15) and this watch is now what I wanted it to be from the get-go. Note the bent stock clamps in the attached picture - this happened when original band was removed for replacement. Minimal force was used, yet they are now completely unusable if I decide that I would like to put the original band back on. Not happy with that at all.
At $130, this is a 3 star product. At or around $100, with a new band, my rating of 4 stars stands.
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