- Japan 23 Jewel Automatic Self Winding Movement (Caliber 7S36)
- Stainless Steel Case with Black Nylon Strap
- Day/Date Display with Arabic Option, Luminous Hands and Markers, Hardlex Mineral Crystal for Durability
- Case Size: 42 mm Diameter, 12 mm Thickness
- Water Resistant – 100M, Screw Down Transparent Case Back
SEIKO 5 – the importance of the “5” An incredible advertiser had the thought during the 70ies: to be a SEIKO 5, the watch must have the accompanying 5 (five) characteristics (consequently the name SEIKO 5): 1. Programmed, 2. Water safe, 3. Stun safe, 4. Date, 5. Day. Kindly note that some SEIKO 5’s are in certainty SEIKO 4’s, on the off chance that the “Day” work is excluded, at that point the Caliber 7S25 is utilized. The main distinction to the ordinarily discovered 7S26 is the oversight of the day wheel. Additionally re-issues of SEIKO 5 Sports regularly utilize the 7S36 gauge. Again the 7S36 is like the most well known 7S26, yet it highlights 23 Jewels rather than the 21 Jewels in the 7S26. It would be ideal if you note that every one of these developments beat at a rate of 21’600 bph (beats every hour) or 6 bps (beats every second). As an examination, an ETA 2824-2 beats at 28’800 bph or 8 bps. A Miyota 82xx beats at 21’600 bph. For what reason do I notice these three developments? Since they are found in presumably 80% of all reasonable programmed wrist watches. A piece of the pie that is immense, yet tested nowadays (2006) by an expanding offer of modest China Made programmed developments A programmed watch (additionally called a self-winding watch) is a mechanical watch, regularly with an equalization wheel escapement, whose heart is twisted by the movement of the wearer’s arm, rather than being twisted physically consistently. Though a quartz watch is fueled by power, a mechanical watch is controlled by a heart which must be rewound for the watch to keep time.
SEIKO 5 SPORTS Automatic made in Japan Black Dial Nylon Strap Watch SNZG15J1 Men’s