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Seiko #SND451 Men's Titanium Chronograph Watch
About Seiko: In 1877, at the age of 18, Kintaro Hattori set up business repairing the Western-style clocks that were becoming increasingly popular in Japan. By 1892, Hattori was manufacturing his own clocks in a factory he called Seikosha, from the words "seiko" meaning "exquisite," "success," or "miniature," and "sha" meaning "house." The company grew and prospered, producing its first wristwatch in 1913 and launching the Seiko brand in 1924. Technological innovation has always been a driving force in the company's history. Key milestones include Seiko's introduction of the world's first quartz watch in 1969, and its successful launch, in 1988, of the Kinetic, the world's first battery-free watch with quartz accuracy. Recognized for its technological excellence, Seiko has provided timekeeping services for the Olympic Games and the World Cup Soccer Championships. Today, the Seiko brand continues to stand for state-of-the-art technology, as well as superior quality and refined design.
Solid titanium case and bracelet, Dark Grey dial with silver tone hands and hour markers
Luminous hands and markers, Date, Chronograph
Tachymeter, Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal.
Precise Quartz movement, Deployment clasp, Water resistant to 100m.
Case measures 41mm diameter by 10mm thick.
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Seiko SND451 ReviewDec 29, 2011
This watch is everything that I expected out of a Seiko. I love the sleek design and the black/gold contrast. The scratches on the titanium wrist band is much less visible than my stainless steel Tommy Hilfiger, and so far have not seen any scratches on the Hardlex crystal. This is an excellent watch for the money and I love every bit of this watch.
Lovely watchMar 29, 2011
By Sujit Kumar Mahapatra
I have another titanium watch from citizen, but this one looks way too cool. It is very solid looking with gold plated hans, markers, buttons and crown. The second hand stops ticking on it's own (Has to be some mechanism that i do not know so far) But the watch keeps running. Actually i will have to read the manual to understand how exactly it works. Overall a beautiful seiko watch worth spending the money.