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Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 Men’s Watch: Classicism Meets Modernity

Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 Men’s WatchWhy a Seiko quartz chronograph, after all?

Almost four decades back, Seiko introduced the first analog quartz chronograph and over all these years, they have earned more expertise than anyone in creating high performance chronographs packed with good looks. to elegant design. The Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch combines the real values of modern watch making and backs it up with a rare elegance brought by a refined design and a high strength to endure.

A newly interpreted classic theme

Among the leading and inexpensive dress/sports quartz watches, the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch has been a consistently leading piece earning significant success from users all over the world. It blends classical ideas with modern design and technological features, of the modern with the classical, both in terms of design and technology. The exterior design of the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch showcases inspirations from classical architectures but additional touches from the Art Deco periods impart the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch a parity in duality.

The Big Calendar

What was once to be found only in the Premier range has now been made available in the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch. The dual-window date display at the 12 o’clock position. Watch enthusiasts who personally love the big/grande date (panoramadatum) complication finds it a confident and prominent design feature.

The movement and battery life

The Caliber 7T04 1/5th second increment, 60-minutes chronograph movement runs on a miniature battery which, with moderate chronograph usage (60 minutes every day) should last approximately for 5 years. At the verge of running dry, the small seconds-hand will start moving at two-second intervals and it is the best time to replace the battery. However, this doesn’t affect the accuracy of the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch.

Final thought:

Despite the large array of pretty, glamorous watches from Seiko Watches, the Seiko Chronograph Quartz SPC190 SPC190P1 SPC190P Men’s Watch is committed to become an outstanding success for less. Over time, it will win your heart enormously with its performance for which, its Hardlex crystal and 100 meters of water resistance are equally responsible. Beyond any doubts, it is a watch that drips quality and easily qualifies as a most beneficial choice to keep, both for daily office use and to places that demand you to be formal but not up to insane degrees.

Bottom line: With its combination of advanced yet simple technology, a classically-inspired design and a luxurious build quality in high-grade, gold tone stainless steel, the Seiko Chronograph Alarm Quartz Men’s Watch is a worthy piece for men who love to wear dress with a bit of élan.

Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men’s Watch

Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men's WatchSeiko’s stellar reputation comes from their ability to manage varied combinations of excellent styles with robust durability; between accurate timekeeping and innovative features. Price however; never crossed the reasonable mark and it applies especially to a few. The Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men’s Watch is one.

Dark and moss green, the Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men’s Watch contrasts well its dial and the nylon band. The case is better at any point than any other entry-level automatic. Military field inspirations go into the Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men’s Watch from the WWII era, marking it tough. But simple enough to be worn on a regular 9 to 5 job! Even for high profile, casual meetings.

The best thing about the Seiko 5 Military Automatic Sports SNZG09 SNZG09K1 SNZG09K Men’s Watch is it isn’t big enough to engulf your entire wrist; neither does it appear like a tiny spot on the wrist. It is an excellent alternative to bigger, heavier (and costlier) watches with almost an equal amount of ruggedness. Under 42mm, it is neither the bigger variety; above 39mm, nor the smaller ones. The wait for that particular, precise size is finally over! This, of course, doesn’t include the crown, which stands out another 3mm. Its dimensions are closer to the old-style men’s watches, but noticeably outrageous in its simple, thoughtful style.

The case has a brushed finish, often appearing gray; topped with Seiko’s own ‘Hardlex’ mineral crystal. It’s extremely scratch resistant and resistive towards sharp and blunt blows. It also seals water out till a hundred meters.

The 24-hrs markings along with the other details on the dial make you feel it bit busy at the start; this rather nice arrangement is something you get used to with time. Still, everything is clearly readable! The prominent markings on the raised outer ring denotes the minutes while the innermost ring provides an option for military time. The day and date info are at 3.

The substantial and pointy hands are just nice; the dark green dial offsets them with the markers nicely. The lume is as excellent as Seiko Automatic Watch should be, with a glow lasting for hours together.

The 7S36 movement inside is accurate and reliable. This mechanical, automatic caliber runs anything between -20 and +40 seconds; depends upon how well you break it. It is not among the Japanese crème, but definitely for entry-levels. At 21600 BPH beat rate and with 23 jewels, it is not as distinctly ticking as some quartz watches and annoy you at a quiet night. Its 40-hour power reserve ensures that the Seiko Automatic Sports Men’s Watch never stops off-wrist.