A Seiko Watch is one of the glamorous timepieces inside the market; they use good quality of material. This Seiko watch is very attractive and good looking. It is made up of stainless steel case and bracelet which is very flexible and adjustable. This Seiko 5 Sports watch has a feature of automatic self-winding movement. An automatic or self-winding watch is a mechanical watch. A mechanical watch is powered by an internal spiral spring called a mainspring that’s automatically run by the natural motion of the wearer’s arm, and then providing energy to run the watch. This grand Seiko automatic movement provides reliable and accurate timekeeping. The advantage of this device is that the mainspring can’t be broken by overcharge and overcapacity.
The structure of this Seiko Mens Watch is unique. The dial of this Seiko sports watch is black with luminous hands and markers. The hands and markers are clear to see even in the dark places. The black dial of this Seiko automatic dive looks so beautiful and attractive. The case back of this watch is screwed; this protects the watch from dust and moisture. Also there is a screw crown. There is a unidirectional rotating bezel in this watch which can be easily adjusted for the easily measurement of time. Here the bracelet has three fold clasps with push button release. It is easy and comfortable to remove. This watch and Citizen Watch have analogue display. An analogue display is one in which watch indicates the time typically by the continuous motion of hands on circular dial. The face of this men’s Seiko watch is covered by the Hardlex crystal glass. Using the Hardlex crystal glass we can protects our watch from scratches and break. Hardlex crystal glass is a type of hardened mineral glass and flexible than sapphire glass. This Hardlex crystal glass is stronger and scratch tolerant glass than other watch glass. This Seiko 5 Automatic watch has 21 Jewels. The working caliber of this watch is great 7S36.
We can wear this Seiko automatic watch in daily purpose and in special occasion. This Seiko chronograph sports watch has a feature of day and date display. This day and date display feature is situated and present at 3 0’clock position. Using this day and date feature we can see the current day of the week and date of the month. The water resistance of this Seiko Kinetic Watch is up to 100 Meter. Means you don’t need to worry about this watch while washing your vehicle or if you are at swimming pool. The case diameter of this sport watch is 46mm including crown and 43mm without including crown. The thickness of this men’s automatic timepiece is 14mm. The lug width of this timepiece is 22mm.
Some Important Features:
• Stainless Steel Case
• Stainless Steel Bracelet
• Automatic Self-Winding Movement
• Caliber: 7S36
• 23 Jewels
• Hardlex Crystal
• Black Dial
• Luminous Hands and Markers
• Uni-Direction Rotating Bezel
• Three Fold with Push Button Release
• Day and Date Display
• Analogue Display
• See Thru Screw Down Case back
• 100 Meter Water Resistant
• Case Diameter: 46mm (With Crown)
• Case Diameter: 43mm (Without Crown)
• Case Thickness: 14mm
• Lug Width: 22 mm
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A watch is a timepiece that is made to be worn on a person. It is usually a wristwatch, worn on the wrist with a strap or bracelet. In addition to the time, modern watches often display the day, date, month and year, and electronic watches may have many other functions.
Most inexpensive and medium-priced watches used mainly for timekeeping are electronic watches with quartz movements. Expensive, collectible watches valued more for their workmanship and aesthetic appeal than for simple timekeeping, often have purely mechanical movements and are powered by springs, even though mechanical movements are less accurate than more affordable quartz movements.
Before the inexpensive miniaturization that became possible in the 20th century, most watches were pocket watches, which often had covers and were carried in a pocket and attached to a watch chain or watch fob. Watches evolved in the 1600s from spring powered clocks, which appeared in the 1400s.