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Seiko Kinetic GMT SUN005 and SUN007

Posted by wristwatch on November 2, 2007


More recently known as Universal Time Code, Greenwich Mean Time is kept by the international clock at the Royan Observatory in Greenwich, England – GMR is the world’s timekeeper of recor. Kinetic GMT uses a 24 hour hand to track Greenwich Mean Time. It comes in two variations, one with a PVD bezel, and the other is completely PVD.

* Band: Brushed stainless steel bracelet with polished accents and a fold-over deployment clasp
* Case/Dial: Polished textured stainless steel case
* Black dial
* Kinetic movement – powered by the movement of your body
* Lumibrite hands and markers
* 24 hour timekeeping with hand
* Automatic generator
* Power reserve indicator function
* Analog date display
* Polished black PVD stainless steel bezel with alan screw accents
* Textured black PVD stainless steel crown and selector button
* Textured stainless steel case
* Screw-in stainless steel caseback support
* See-through Hardlex caseback
* Never needs a battery change
* 6-month K.E.S.U.
* Greenwich Mean time indicator (24 hour hand)
* 100 meters/330 feet water resistant
* Watch width: 47.0 mm

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3 Responses to “Seiko Kinetic GMT SUN005 and SUN007”

  1. jeff said

    What is the difference between the SUN005 & SUN007 ? – I have seen SUN007 on the SEIKO website and the watch has NO “red” color. I like that 1 color only.

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