SEIKO Solar Diver Chronograph Review

Battery change unnecessary: Seiko solar diver gets its energy from the Sun

You can forget energy problems with the two new sports divers chronograph by Seiko. Because the models gain the strength for their six-month power reserve by solar energy. Thus man survives Not even a stay in the eternal ice of the poles.

Robustness and maximum readability were the development of clocks far forward in the specifications of the designer. The result: An Edelstahlgehäusemit 44 millimetre diameter wears a Crown with flank protection, ie colour on the chronograph hand is adjusted and is framed by two screw-down pushers. A grip rotating bezel with minute scale and striking red dot, as well as powerful LumiBrite markers on the dial make sure that you can easily read the timepiece in the dark depths beneath the surface of the water.

 

44 millimeters in diameter, 14 Mililmeter height: the solar of diver from Seiko is an eye-catcher on the wrist

Both models show up to 60 minutes in 1/5 second increments, as well as the intermediate stop times. The compressive strength of 20 bar is more than enough for the demands of recreational diving. Depending on the version, the solar watches cost 359 euro (with rubber band) and 399 (with coils).