A black dial is complimented by silver indexes and hands, of which are powered by an automatic 21 jewel movement. Furthermore, the ever present Seiko 5 logo can be seen just underneath the 12 o'clock index with a day and date window at 3 o'clock. Then, a silver stainless steel case sits neatly around the dial alongside hardlex crystal glass to provide it with protection and class. On the flipside is a see through caseback which shows you the inner workings of the timepiece. Finally, a silver stainless steel bracelet can be fastened using a fold over clasp.
This watch has a water resistance of 30 metres, making it suitable for light splashes. Ceaseless determination to innovate in every aspect of the watchmaker's art is what defines Seiko's 135-year history.
By embracing this ethos, Seiko has been responsible for a string of industry-leading advances in the technology of time. Notably, the creation of the world's first quartz watch in 1969. Or equally impressive the creation of the world's first TV watch in 1982. And even more relevant today, with our abhorrent use of non-renewable energy sources, Seiko's Kinetic.This watch had the ability to generate its own power from the movement of the wearer, it was released in 1988. The listed technological developments serve as evidence to illustrate the revolutionary impact which Seiko has had on the watchmaking world.
They are also remarkably unique in that they manufacture every aspect of every watch in-house. They even grow their own quartz crystals and sapphires, hence why Seiko are renowned for being watchmaking experts.