SNE591P1 | Seiko Prospex Solar Diver's
SNE591P1 Seiko Prospex Solar Diver's "pepsi", 200 m, official prices in Barcelona
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Seiko SNE591P1 Prospex Solar Diver's
Powered by solar energy Seiko Solar Diver's caliber V157, power reserve of 10 mounth (when the charge is completed), stainless steel watch with case 42.8 m / m in diameter, 10,7 mm thick, 167 gr weight, black dial , red and blue bezel, unidirectional rotating bezel, water resistant to 200 meters (20 bar pressure), sapphire crystal, screw caseback, date window at 3 o'clock, stainless steel bracelet.
About the Seiko SNE591P1 Prospex Diver's Solar watch:
This SNE591P1 watch has sapphire crystal and some features a light blue and red color on its bezel, being perfect for diving. Seiko's forty years of experience in solar technology have led to the development of dive watches with great precision that do not require a battery change. Compact size, much more comfortable as an authentic sports watch, captivating wherever you wear it.
Since 1965 when Seiko has manufactured its first diving watch. The Seiko SNE591P1 offers you all the guaranteed features of diving watches, all their design and technology are applied for this purpose.
The Seikon SNE591P1 is sporty and elegant.
The light energy collected through its sphere is stored in a rechargeable battery. In this way, there is no need to worry about changing the battery, in addition to being an ecological system.
Follow your dreams and keep moving aheadis the philosophy of Seiko's founder: Kintaro Hattori.
Fascinated with Swiss watchmaking, he dreams of being a high-end watchmaker and at just 18 years old creates a watch repair shop in his own home in Kyobashi (Ginza district). Four years later he founded the company K Hattori for repairs and sale of second-hand watches. In 1892, he created the firm Seikosha ("house of precision") manufacturing his own wall clocks and created the first pocket watch, called "Time Keeper" in 1895 or the first Japanese-made alarm clock. In 1913 he created the first wristwatch called "Laurel". His dream of being a true watchmaker is a reality. But the Great Kanto Earthquake in 1923 destroyed everything. Time doesn't stop, it advances. Hattori started all over again, a year later he was remaking his wristwatch this time under the Seiko brand. He rebuilt the tower clock in Ginza, in 1932 symbolizing the rebirth of Seiko and Tokyo's own city.
Keep moving forward, step by step. Seiko has evolved into technology and the science applied to watchmaking. In 1969, Astron was the first quartz watch. In the 1970s, Seiko is looking for alternatives to quartz with solar technology and later will be the kinetic watch, direct drive movement, chronograph, perpetual calendar, GMT, Astron GPS Solar (2012), Diver's watches and their diving watches. In the late 1990s, they created the Grand Seiko collection with large mechanical calibers such as the 9S and soon after perfection with the Spring Drive system coupled with all these advances and more.
"Be always one step ahead of others" Kintaro Hattori, founder of Seiko
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