Seiko Men's SNE107P2 Rubber Analog with Black Dial Watch
|Price:||£188.99 FREE UK delivery.|
- Solar-powered round watch with luminous hands and markers featuring day and date window
- 42 mm stainless steel case with hardlex dial window
- Quartz movement with analog display
- Rubber band with buckle closure
- Diver's 200m (660ft) watch: in general, suitable for high-impact water sports and scuba diving at depths NOT requiring mixed-gas
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|Dial Window Material Type||hardlex|
|Case Material||Stainless steel|
|Case Diameter||42 millimetres|
|Case Thickness||12 millimetres|
|Band Width||19 millimetres|
|Bezel Material||Stainless steel|
|Water Pressure Resistance||20 bar|
|Warranty Type||Manufacturer and seller combination|
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Upgrade to style and sophistication with this elegant Seiko watch. Boasting a stunning 42mm stainless steel case matched with a secure rubber band, this timepiece makes an ideal accessory for any affair. The black dial sits under a mineral crystal, which combines a stylish look and an easy-to-read display. The sleek, subtle design instills this watch with an unmistakable sense of luxury that cannot be matched. Additional features include luminous, measures seconds and water resistant to 200 meters.
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Basically the seiko automatic won't last a day in the draw without stopping but I really liked its chunky build. Fisrt off the one thing that surprised me was how far up the glass is on this watch compared to my old model. My previous seiko had the glass sunk down and protected to some degree by the rotating bezel. On the new SNE107 the glass pertrudes a tiny bit above the minute incremations of the bezel. Talking of the bezel, some images show the minute part in black which infact is just a reflection, its all shiney stainless steel and clicks round very reasuringly. Its a bit lighter to wear too, and the Z20 PVC strap seems softer than previously ( and which I personally prefer over the more expensive metal link option). The black face is a little shiny as though it has been pollished radially giving a vinyl record appearance. It takes a bit of getting used to compared to a matt finish but isn't too detracting. The hands seem to be very similar to my old model with the second hand having a nice luminous circle on its back end. The luminous hour circles are a bit blobby, doming up a bit and are shiny. The Day Date is very clear and changes very smoothly and the hour adjuster screws in to prevent water ingressing. If it lasts as long as my trusty Citizen Eco Drive watches it should give plenty of years of service without the need to open up an change batteries or timer tuning and risk reducing its water resistance.
Summing up then, feels a bit thinner, finer, definately cheaper, than my old automatic Scuba, but at 98 quid, it's a heck of a lot of watch for the money. I can easily reccomend it to anyone in the market for a scuba style design that is simple, eligant and durable.
I'm very pleased with it especially for the price I paid.
This is my 3rd Seiko watch in my current collection.
The rubber strap is long but I don't mind as I plan to replace the strap with a quality black leather strap.
The face has a lovely sheen finish and the watch oozes typical Seiko quality.
The bezel rotates nicely.
The screw down crown is a nice touch.
Setting the time, day and date is simple enough and so far the watch is keeping good time.
An excellent watch for the money with the bonus of being solar powered.