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Seiko Prospex SBDR001

Posted by wristwatch on July 17, 2007


The SBDR001 is marketed as a pilot’s watch. Indeed if you do travel a lot, the world time function is indispensable. It basically has all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a digital watch, perpetual calendar, alarm, etc. If you ever figure out how to work out the slide rule bezel, it would come in handy from time to time. One thing I hate about this is the reliance on a battery, how come Seiko can’t come up with a tech that uses solar or their Kinetic drive. I’d hate having to change the battery after a year or two, but with all the functions it has, it must be draining a lot of juice.

* Quartz Drive system
* Caliber No H023
* Titanium case and bracelet with scratch resistant coating
* Sapphire crystal with non-reflective coating
* Lumibrite needles and dial
* ± 15 seconds per month
* Water resistant up to 10 atmospheres
* Battery life Approximately 2 years
* Perpetual Calendar
* Stopwatch function (1/1000 second measurement 100 Hour Meter)
* Alarm function (world time alarm 1ch)
* World time function (28 cities)
* Time transfer function
* Screw back case
* Circular slide rule bezel
* Weight 117 g
* Thickness 13.7 mm
* Retail Price SBDR001 ¥ 115,500

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2 Responses to “Seiko Prospex SBDR001”

  1. Augusto Salazar said

    Creo que es un gran reloj muy hermoso. Quisiera tenerlo.

  2. Augusto Salazar said

    Quisiera tener comunicación para poder comprarlo

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