|Dial Window Material Type||Hardlex|
|Clasp Type||foldover safety clasp|
|Case Diameter||37 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||9 millimetres|
|Band Material||Stainless Steel|
|Band Length||standard length|
|Band Width||18 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless Steel|
|Calendar||day / date|
|Special Features||luminous hands|
|Water Pressure Resistance||10 bar|
|Warranty Type||Amazon 2 Year Warranty|
|Warranty Description||2 years|
- wasserdicht bis 10 ATM
- gehärtetes Mineralglas
- Wochentag- und Datumsanzeige
- Ø 37mm, Höhe 9mm
ARMBAND + VERSCHLUSS
- Edelstahlband mit Faltschließe
- Automatik-Uhrwerk, 24 Steine
- Original Seiko Uhren-Box
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As a timepiece however (initially), I was very pleasantly surprised by its accuracy. Comparing it to a radio controlled watch I have, which is updated to the exact time daily, the Seiko drifted no more than 3 seconds during daily use and could be drifted back by (in this case) leaving on its side (crown up) overnight. So, over a week it actually gained or lost no more than a couple of seconds in total and was never more than a few seconds out at any one time. Please also bear in mind that "identical" mechanical watches vary more than quartz watches (in accuracy) due to the nature of their construction. Anyway, once the watch "loosened up" through use and over time, the situation changed noticeably. When worn whilst doing manual work the time gain increased to 10 seconds a day and has since (over the last 18 months) remained consistent (although the watch is now worn only occasionally).
The looks have definitely grown on me, although the crown is larger than the above image suggests and is a little industrial looking to my mind. The glass back is a nice feature and in contrast to Kinetic watches you can see the watch's "heart" beating away as the spring oscillates. Although 39mm is not particularly wide by watch standards, these days, it seems somewhat larger than my other 39mm watch (it must be an optical illusion as I've measured them) and is perhaps a little large for my skinny wrists. Nonetheless, I think I'm more likely to build an inch on my forearms than find an automatic I prefer the look of (I must have viewed hundreds before settling on this one) ;-).
Pull the crown out one click, turn clockwise to set day, turn anticlockwise to set the date.
You can also wind the watch by hand, this is very useful if you don't wear it all the time.
PS. pull the crown out fully to set time.
This watch has the 4R36 movement, a caliber new in 2012, it is a automatic movement that also can be manually winded, without taking the watch off your wrist, and with hack.
Hack means the second hand will stop when pulling out the crown to set the time, so you can set the time to the second if you want.
Some will say what is the point, a automatic watch is not accurate as a quartz, but with this watch is makes sense, my Seiko SRP265K1 gain just 3 second a day, close to Cosc sertificate standard, and is as accurate as prestigious brand costing many times more.
This is a elegant watch, as a sports watch and dress watch, and look good with the nice bracelet with solid well polished and finished pushpin links, or with a black or brown leather watchstrap, it becomes a elegant dress watch too.
The black dial is very nicely done, this is a quality watch, it is very appearant in the details, nice print on the dial, the dial has also military time above the markers, so the watch dial give you hours, minutes, seconds, date, day, and military time at a glance, without being cluttered.
The dial has a generous amount of lume on the stick index markers and even on the second hand,makes it very easy to read in the night, many hours after you turned the light off.
A elegant timeless design, waterproof to 10ATM, even with a push-in crown, so you can wear it in the shower and bathtub without taking it off your wrist.
One of the better allround watches made, accurate, goodlooking and durable, I recommend it highly.