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- Round watch in polished silver tone featuring cream-colored dial with Arabic numeral indices, date window, and three chronograph subdials. Case diameter : 40 mm
- 38 mm stainless steel case with hardlex dial window
- Japanese quartz movement with analog display
- Croco-embossed leather band with buckle closure
- Water resistant to 100 m (330 ft): In general, suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not scuba diving
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This timepiece by Seiko for men offers a stainless steel case and brown leather strap. This watch is protected by a scratch-resistant hardlex crystal as well as a water-resistance level of up to 100 meters.
From Humble beginnings, Kintaro Hattori’s 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 world’s 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 today’s 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 world’s 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: 10.9 x 0.4 x 3.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.01 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B004JY0KP8
- Item model number: SNDC31
- Batteries: 1 A batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: January 19, 2011
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Seiko|
|Dial window material type||Hardlex|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||38 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||10.5 millimeters|
|Band length||Men's Standard|
|Band width||19 millimeters|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Water Resistant|
|Item weight||2.08 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||330 Feet|
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The finish of the watch is superb for the price. It has a 22mm strap width and 40mm overall diameter case excluding winder + push buttons. The lume works well but is only on the hands. The only thing I would have preferred would be to have the "hardlex" dial glass domed to complete the look.
Not well described here is that;
The bottom 6 dial records minutes and hours on the stopwatch function and has two hands to do this.
The big (usually the "watch" seconds hand) displays stopwatch seconds only.
The top 12 dial displays 1/20ths of a second for the stopwatch.
Just in case you are not familiar with this.
The dial at 9 is the actual watch time ticking seconds hand.
The strap is where they have saved money. It is stamped as leather and may well be so in the technical sense, but I nearly always buy a watch and change the strap/band to something I prefer. For this Seiko, I opted for a 20mm Brown Di-Modell Chronissimo with a Bear Uhrband German single fold deployment clasp (as the Bear has a push-button release). The band and clasp together cost about the same as the watch, so for about $220 total, I have a great looking watch on a quality German made leather strap with a well suited lock that is easier to put on the wrist and preserves the strap by not endlessly bending it through a tang buckle.
The watch is more "dressy" than "sporty" and now looks like a $1000+ watch.
Seiko have made some watches I did not like and that you will not like either, but they rarely have made a "bad" watch. I prefer automatics, but the convenience of quartz and the accuracy (let's face it, a $50 Timex is likely more accurate that any $5000 automatic watch). I have had many expensive watches, but got tired of being asked: is that a real Rolex Datejust?" back in the 80's. So I sold it and bought an old but immaculate VW Beetle for weekends. Problem solved. The VW also cost less to service!
If you do upgrade the strap, I ordered a "Long" as I have a 7.5" wrist. The original strap barely fit my wrist, but would have worked at a pinch - literally!
One: Unnecessary complication--Three dials, which break the time down into minutes and 1/20th seconds (the third dial is actually the constantly-running sweep second hand--the big hand only works when you start it with the top button). Actually unnecessary to have the 1/20th dial: Who needs that kind of precision? Having only two dials (like other Seiko chronograph models) would be a better set up and easier to read. My timing efforts are confined to seeing how long I've exercised and cooking meat on the grill. OK for that, but in low light tough to read the small dials.
Glows in the dark...won't blind you like some, but perfectly functional.
Second: The hands are white, the dial is white: What could go wrong? Hard to read. Have yet to get used to it, and takes a hard stare to determine the time, usually more effort than I'd like to devote to telling the time. Maybe Seiko could make the outline black instead of silver, or put a black ball at the pointy end, or something.
Paid 100 bucks for the watch, seems fair exchange of value....however, I keep seeing that it's offered on Amazon for 80 bucks: Can't find this deal, maybe you can.
Beautiful watch with shortcomings.
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I had an older seiko chronograph and the second hand worked all the time