In 1877, on the age of 18, Kintaro Hattori set up trade repairing the Western-taste clocks that were turning into an increasing number of in style in Japan. By 1892, Hattori was once manufacturing his own clocks in a factory he referred to as Seikosha, from the words “seiko” which means “exquisite,” “good fortune,” or “miniature,” and “sha” which means “space.” The corporate grew and prospered, producing its first wristwatch in 1913 and launching the Seiko emblem in 1924. Technological innovation has at all times been a motive force within the company’s history. Key milestones come with Seiko’s introduction of the arena’s first quartz watch in 1969, and its a hit launch, in 1988, of the Kinetic, the arena’s first battery-free watch with quartz accuracy. Recognized for its technological excellence, Seiko has equipped timekeeping services and products for the Olympic Games and the Global Cup Football Championships. Nowadays, the Seiko emblem continues to face for cutting-edge technology, in addition to superior quality and subtle design.
Precise Japan Solar Quartz Movement (Caliber V157)
Stainless Steel Case and Band, Polyurethane Black Band
Hardlex Mineral Crystal, Date Display, Lumbrite Hands and Markers, One Manner Rotating Elapsed Bezel
Case Size: 47mm Diameter, 12 mm Thickness
Water Resistant – 200 M (Meets ISO Standards and Appropriate for Scuba Diving), Screw Down Crown and Case Back