The Seiko "Diamond" Series is an affordable, quality and luxurious timepiece collection for men and woman featuring genuine diamonds. Simple but still handsome on the wrist, the SNE462 gentleman's wrist watch has a sleek black dial encrusted with 10 diamond stones markers. The polished 34.5mm gold-tone stainless steel cushion shaped case features a mix of Roman numerals and 9 diamond stone markers. Gold-tone sword style hands and date display @3 are easily legible behind a hardlex scratch resistant crystal. Seiko's own in-house movement caliber V157 is powered by light which uses direct sunlight or ambient light. Once fully charged your timepiece has a 10 month power reserve (no need for a battery) for low easy maintenance. Equipped with a 30 meter water resistant and 2-link polished gold-tone stainless steel bracelet. Your wrist watch is safely secured with a polished gold-tone stainless steel tri-fold deployment clasp.
The Diamond Series by Seiko is a sleek and stylish solution for an affordable, quality wrist watch without sacrificing luxury.
As an AUTHORIZED DEALER, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 3 year Factory Warranty.
|Case back||Solid stainless steel snap back case back|
|Crystal||Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal|
|Bracelet/Strap||Polished 2 link gold-tone stainless steel bracelet|
|Magnetic Resistance||4800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Warranty||3 year USA Factory Warranty (1 year International)|
|Remarks||Genuine diamond markers|
$ 420.00 $ 600.00
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