The SEIKO 5 Sports "Cement" Collection is inspired by the the street fashion, culture and cityscape lifestyle of young urban dwellers with androgynous, monochromatic textured details. The SRPG63 automatic 40mm brushed and polished stainless steel case has manual wind capacity with hack function for precision setting. The grey cement textured dial has a fixed stainless steel bezel with a double day/date window @3 and minutes track on outer chapter ring. Luminous arrow style hands and a mix of circular and stick markers are easily legible behind a hardlex crystal at a glance. Has 100 meter water resistance with a stainless steel crown nestled between a crown guard strategically positioned at 4:00 for increased comfort. Powered by Seiko's own in-house-made automatic caliber 4R36 movement viewable behind the exhibition case-back with 41 hour power reserve. Fitted with a gray nylon NATO style strap with stainless steel tang buckle to keep your watch secure and in place.
The Seiko 5 Sports Collection is known for its quality, long lasting durability and reliable performance which stands the test of time that all watch lovers have come to appreciate.
As an AUTHORIZED DEALER, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 3 year Factory Warranty.
|Case back||Stainless steel screw-down exhibition case back displaying movement|
|Crystal||Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal|
|Magnetic Resistance||4800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Warranty||3 year USA Factory Warranty (1 year International)|
$ 420.00 $ 600.00
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