- Dimensiones del producto: 13,5 x 13 x 13,5 cm
- Pilas 1 Batería no estándar necesaria(s), incluida(s)
- Número de modelo del producto: SNE039
- ASIN: B0043ZT04K
- Producto en Amazon.es desde: 20 de abril de 2011
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº83.318 en Relojes (Ver el Top 100 en Relojes)
Seiko SNE039 Men's Black Dial Stainless Steel Solar Watch
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Selector de cuarzo SEIKO SOLAR, color negro mens? zle sne039 del producto Detalles producto SKU: W - sne039 Grosor: 9.6 mm Diámetro: 37 mm Color: Negro Características Bisel: Acero inoxidable resolver Tipo de Movimiento: Cuarzo Tipo de cinta: Pulsera adicional Info Garantía: No fábrica garantía adicional Info Tech Info: día & fecha reloj estilo: informal relojes Caso Forma: ronda Tipo de esfera color de la esfera: Negro: Reloj analógico manecillas centavos de dólar: manos y marcadores calendario: Día de la semana y indicador de fecha en el 3 Posición Crystal: Hardlex reloj etiqueta: Japón Movt Caso de vuelta: sólida metal Type: Acero inoxidable Acero pqty: 1 Garantía: 3 año Garantía movimiento: cuarzo Material de la banda: acero inoxidable acero Caso grosor: 9.6 mm Funciones: Solar, acero inoxidable marca: Seiko modelo: sne039 BiselCorregido: Acero inoxidable manos: plata tono luminoso segundo marcador: minuto alrededor de la llanta pasador exterior: Suministro con Deslice Botón publicación agua resistencia: 30 Metros/100 pies características: Houes, minutos, segundos, fecha ID interno: se sne039 Serie: Solar Código UPC: 29665153524 Ancho de banda: 19 mm luminiscence: manos y marcadores Caso Tamaño: 37 mm "
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- The second hand on my sample was erratic out of the box. Sometimes tracking slightly behind and sometimes between the second marks. It appears to be getting better though. Probably the battery is low but not low enough to trigger the two second low battery warning. Or maybe the mechanism needs to settle. Or maybe it's just a cheap watch. We'll see.
- The watch keeps accurate time despite the erratic second hand.
- It's so shiny in bright light that I have a hard time reading the dial and seeing the second hand. Old eyes no doubt but polished stainless on black is not a highly readable combination to begin with. A lot better in dim office light for which it was probably designed.
- Lume is outstanding for a watch of this type. The lume easily lasts from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am the next morning. My eyes readily dark-adapt so it could be me or perhaps the lume is just new. Time will tell but if it's anything like the 1990's Seiko my mother-in-law got me from Goodwill, the lume will be going strong for years.
- The size is 38 mm case diameter, 10 mm case thickness, 45 mm across the wrist and 20 mm lug width. It's heavy for a watch this size and, in my opinion, overly thick. A better proportioned thickness would be 8 mm. Thinning the case 2 mm looks doable given how thick the dial is (as seen through the day/date window).
- I love the blue Saturday. It's appropriate the weekend is colorful instead of just business black.
Overall, I wanted something smaller and thinner but still quartz, day/date and fully luminous. The watch isn't exactly what I wanted but it's close enough. Besides, I couldn't resist the damaged box discount.
I have a 6.5 inch wrist. The photos compare it to a 1990's Seiko railroad watch.
As far as appearance goes, the watch looks more "dressy" in person than in the pictures. The crown, hands and markers are polished and very shiny, and with its minimalist dial it would make a good dress watch.
The solar power is very nice. It started ticking as soon as I opened the box, and after a couple hours of direct sunlight it's supposed to have enough power to last 10 months in the dark. Even indoor fluorescent lighting can power it, though obviously it won't charge as fast as it will in the sun.
The accuracy seems to be excellent. I've only had it for four days now, which isn't long enough to really tell, but so far I don't think it's deviated even a second from the atomic clock I synced it with. It is rated to gain/lose less than 15 seconds per month.
The day-of-week display is bilingual (English/Spanish) and you can choose which language you want to appear when you set the day. The weekdays are black, Saturday is blue, and Sunday is red.
The water-resistance rating is a little misleading. This is common to all watch brands, I think, but when I read that this watch was water resistant to 30m I thought that was more than enough for a dip in the pool. However when I got it and read the instructions, I learned that the 30m/3 bar pressure rating should only be considered "splash resistant" and you should not swim or even shower with this watch. That's really my fault for not understanding what the water resistance ratings meant. In the future I'll look for watches that have at least a 50m/5 bar rating.
I am mostly satisfied with the watch, it certainly looks nice and appears very accurate. I love that it won't need its battery changed. I'm a little disappointed with the water resistance, but I'll just have to remember to take it off before getting in the water.
Update: 6 months after buying this watch and wearing it occasionally, it no longer holds a charge. It will start moving when I bring it into the light, but will start dropping time the minute I put it on my wrist and allow my sleeve to cover it. I'm going to have to send it in for warranty service.
- Great price.
- Build quality on par with more expensive watches.
- Solar battery. Put it in the sun for a few hours, don't think about it for many months.
- Although some reviewers have complained about moisture issues, I've been showering with it for a week without any issues whatsoever.
- Very good looking if you are after a dress watch.
- The band is low quality frankly. It was very squeaky when I first got it, but applied some WD-40 and it went away.
- The glow component is rather weak, and after a couple of hours in the night is virtually invisible.
- Adjusting the date is a bit tricky if you don't do it at the right time of day (in the instructions). Also at first the week day could not be changed. I tried a few times and eventually it came back alive. Alas...
This watch has a nice stainless steel band with a small amount of polish accents in between each link, the face of the watch has a nice polished bezel with a stainless case. I like the minimal use of polished surfaces as this means this watch will look good years from now when its worn.
The Quartz movement is 100% Seiko, which is why I love Seiko in the first place. Seiko makes everything in house which is rare these days.
The movement is powered by a rechargeable battery which will hopefully last the life of the watch, being a Solar powered watch is kinda cool at least for me, just a neat little tech add-on that's cool to have. As for it main function its accurate as can be. I mean its a Quartz movement so what more do you want?
The size of this watch is what I would call "normal". Its not one of those overgrown watches that screams "look at me I need attention". Its big enough to be easily read without being annoying. The band on this watch also has a nice design that doesn't grab at the hair on my arm.
Reading the time, day and date are very easy with this watch as everything is easily readable, The hands and all hour markings glow in the dark and are very easy to read, however the second hand can't be read at night.
Overall its easy to see why this watch sells so well. Its very good looking, has a solid Seiko Movement, its solar powered and it has all the basic features you'd want in a watch. The only down side is this watch isn't "water proof" its only water resistant so it can only handle splashes of water. But other then that I would buy one of these watches again if I had to.