Seiko is forging the past and the present to move to the future with its RECRAFT series. The 39.5mm SNKP23 automatic wrist watch has a brilliant blue colored center disc sunburst dial with a brushed and polished stainless steel case with rectangle cushion shaped case. The polished stainless steel, faceted over-sized indexes along the outer dial gives a sleek three dimensional look. This piece is equipped with a day/date window @3 and luminous sword style hours and minutes hand. Has a in-obscure grey circular minutes track accented in white with silver minutes hands makes for a dramatic retro but modern feel. Powered by Seiko's own in-house movement caliber 7S26 is viewable behind the mineral crystal exhibition case-back. This handsome timepiece is water resistant to 50 meters and fitted with a stainless steel brushed and polished single link bracelet with twin push button tri-fold closure clasp.
The RECRAFT series brings Seiko's nostalgic watches from the 60's and 70's and made them modern and contemporary for you to experience in a new era.
As an AUTHORIZED DEALER, we are proud to offer this watch with a full 3 year Factory Warranty.
|Case back||Polished stainless steel screw-down see-thru mineral crystal exhibition case back displaying movement|
|Crystal||Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal|
|Bracelet/Strap||Polished and brushed stainless steel single link bracelet|
|Magnetic Resistance||4800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Warranty||3 year USA Factory Warranty (1 year International)|
$ 420.00 $ 600.00
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