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- Reliable Japanese-quartz movement
- Strong Hardlex crystal protects dial from scratches
- Stainless-steel case; blue-mother-of-pearl dial
- Water resistant up to 99 feet (30 M)
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More than just a timepiece, this elegant stainless steel watch is a fine addition to any womans jewelry wardrobe. It features a shimmering pale blue mother-of-pearl dial set in a round bezel of stainless steel. The dial is uncluttered to allow its true beauty to shine. It has two simple hands and minimalist dot markers. The bezel is accented at the top and bottom with small sparkling diamonds. The bangle-style stainless steel band has rectangular cut-outs at the front and a tapered width toward the back. It fastens with a jewelery clasp. This watch features a curved scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal and Japan quartz movement. Water-resistant to 30 meters, this watch can handle splashes of water or rain, but it should not be worn while swimming or diving. It has a battery life of 2 to 3 years.
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 3.8 x 2.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00068TIH2
- Item model number: SUJ707
- Date first available at Amazon.com: June 27, 2005
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|Brand, Seller, or Collection Name||Seiko Watches|
|Dial window material type||Hardlex|
|Case material||Stainless steel|
|Case diameter||20 millimeters|
|Case Thickness||7 millimeters|
|Band Material||Stainless steel|
|Band width||11 millimeters|
|Dial color||Mother of pearl|
|Bezel material||Stainless steel|
|Special features||Water Resistant|
|Item weight||6.40 Ounces|
|Water resistant depth||99 Feet|
Top Customer Reviews
I had researched for a long time before buying a watch online. This is usually something I would have gone to my local jeweler for. My primary concerns was warranty issues with an online purchase. I know Amazon's customer service is amazing, but their watches are supposed to deal with warranties through the company as I understood. Well it turns out that some of my fears were justified.
Despite being a well known and worldwide company, Seiko's support was abysmal. I spent weeks bouncing around between their company offices and devisions, waiting on callbacks, waiting on emails, being transferred from one number to another. During one 2-week period every time I called I was told by a machine that I was calling outside normal business hours, even though I was not. I know it wasn't a timezone issue because I both checked the timezone and because the message would tell me the current time.
The support eventually boiled down to this: There were 2 main devisions within the company, one who dealt with support for products during the 1st year, and 1 who dealt with products after that 1st year. However, neither side would claim that this watch was their responsibility, and both were citing dual issues of me being in America rather than Europe and because I purchased online.Read more ›