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Seiko Goes World Wide with the Solar World Time Watch
The Fall Brings Far More than Cooler Weather
In the beginning of fall we start to enjoy cooler weather. The dog days of the summer heat have left us. This time of year also brings out new watches. This Fall we had a lot of excitement from the release of the Seiko PADI dive watches. In fact they are so popular, most people didn't notice all the other cool Seiko watches that came out.
Enter the Seiko Solar World Time Choronograph Watch
This year we have seen a lot of experimentation from Seiko from the new partnership with PADI to the new Radio Sync watches. Perhaps one of the biggest experiments is the collection of solar world time watches. They are not just one or two models in the Seiko Prospex line but no there are 5 variations of the Seiko Solar World Time watches. Not only are they a large collection, but they are one of the watches featured in ads with tennis superstar Novak Djokovic.
So What can they Do?
Here are some of the details from the Seiko World Time Solar Chronograph
- World time function (25 cities) with hour and minute display
- Power reserve indicator
- 6-month power reserve
- Daily alarm
- Chronograph measures up to 24 hours in 1/5 second increments with split time measurement function
- Date calendar
- LumiBrite hands and markers
- Sapphire crystal
- 42.0mm diameter
- 100M water resistant
- Caliber V195
Summary of the Seiko World Time Solar Chronograph Collection
These watches are nice and reliable. They do not feel too big or too small. The size is nice and it is great to have a Seiko that isn't super thick. A lot of the Seiko Watches are very thick, but the World Time series is a thinner watch, closer to that of a Le Grande Sport size. So they are comfortable to wear and offer a lot of functionality. Now all I have to do is travel around to get more use out of the World Time Feature!