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|Numéro du modèle||SKA413|
|Numéro de pièce||SKA413|
|Type de Verre||Hardlex|
|Type de fermoir||Boucle ardillon|
|Matière du boîtier||stainless-steel|
|Diamètre du boîtier||45 millimètres|
|Epaisseur du boîtier||14.8 millimètres|
|Matière du bracelet||stainless_steel|
|Longueur du bracelet||mens-standard|
|Largeur du bracelet||22.5 millimètres|
|Couleur du bracelet||Noir|
|Couleur du cadran||Noir|
|Matière lunette||Acier Inoxydable|
|Caractéristiques spéciales||Couronne vissée, Lumière|
|Type de Mouvement||Quartz japonais|
|Type de Garantie||Fabricant|
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Description du produit
Kinetic Dive Collection. Black dial with silver tone hands and luminous markers. Luminous hands and markers. Brushed and Polished Solid Stainless steel case. Soft black rubber divers strap. Rotating bezel. Date. Hour, minute and second hands. Precise Kinetic Quartz movement with automatic power generator. Power reserve indicator. 6-month power reserve capacitor. Screw-down crown. Scratch resistant Hardlex Crystal. Water resistant to 200m. Case measures 43mm diameter by 14mm thick. SKA413
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Update: After 3 months of daily wear the watch has gained only 5 seconds compared to atomic clock standard. Amazingly accurate! Great watch.
My watch was running when I took it out of the box for the first time. You can check the level of charge by pushing the button above the crown as the second hand sweeps past Twelve o’clock. If the second hand moves to one o’clock, you have between one and seven days’ worth of charge. If it moves to two o’clock, it has between one week and one month’s charge. At four o’clock you have one month of charge, and at six o’clock you have between four and six months’ worth of charge. My watch had the first level of charge (one o’clock) so I immediately wore it for a day which brought it up to the two o’clock charge level. More occasional wear and a few minutes of occasional shaking has brought my watch to the Four o’clock charge position, which is just fine for me as I can now wear this watch in a regular rotation with others without worrying about it too much.
This is a handsome diver’s watch with a classic black face and bezel with silver “skeleton” hands, slightly greenish luminous indices with chrome surround, and a black date window with white numerals. It is somewhat thick at 14 mm, but the lugs curve slightly downwards so it sits on my 7 ¼” wrist comfortably enough to be able to wear with a long-sleeved shirt or jacket. One might get the impression that with a nickname of BFK that this watch is enormous, but in reality it isn’t any bigger than my Seiko SRP Monsters and less bulky than my Seiko SSC031 solar chronograph or my seventeen-year-old Casio G-Shock. It doesn’t feel heavy in everyday use. The criticism of the lack of lume on the hands due to the open skeleton design is valid as they are harder to make out in the dark than a watch with fully-lumed hands, although Seiko’s luminous paint still is some of the best in the business and lasts for many hours. Bezel action is secure and nicely ratcheted.
As a rule I don’t care for metal watch bands and actually prefer the Seiko OEM rubber straps. I feel that the one that comes with this version of the BFK is the best of them all. It comes pre-curved right out of the box and complements the looks of the watch very nicely. It fits comfortably and the clasp hardware is nicely finished. The drilled lugs make it easy to pop off the rubber strap and add an aftermarket NATO or leather band if so desired.
So, how do I like the watch in overall? I think it’s fantastic! This watch’s reputation for ruggedness is legendary – matching and in some areas surpassing G-Shock levels of toughness. In the month that I’ve owned it, it has gained one second. If I had to choose only one watch from my collection to keep, it would be this one. It looks great, is tough as nails, has a charging system that should last a decade or more without the need for a battery replacement, has excellent quartz accuracy, and feels very comfortable on the wrist. Add in a relatively inexpensive price and you have a really nice combination of style, performance, and utility. Highly recommended.
This watch is really solidly built and looks like it could be handed out to troops on the battlefield. I now own two Seiko's, this unit and a Grand Seiko Automatic which is just under USD $5K. I wear the SKA413 everyday and though my GS is a nicer watch, my 413 is not embarrassed just as a Rolex Submariner would not embarrass this watch. Both watches serve different purposes. The 413 is a tough good looking everyday ready to wear no-fuss tool watch and for that.., it is flat out perfect.
The urethane (I believe it is urethane) strap is perfect and I do not envision changing it anytime soon. The watch arrived with about a months reserve and as I wear it about 5 days a week the charge level has remained there. I am definitely aware the watch is on my arm but I like that. It is exactly why I am not hugely fond of Titanium watches.., I like to feel them on my arm.
The ONLY reason I did not give it a five is because I think the date window should have been a bit larger and the lume could last (continue glowing) a bit longer.
In short I like this watch so much I am considering having it modified with a sapphire crystal (not that anything is wrong with the stock crystal). Sapphire is just harder but also more expensive.
The days of thinking of Seiko as a $200-$400 mall watch is over. 100 years of wristwatch making (124 years in total in the area of clocks...etc). I don't normally wear watches around the house, but I have this unit on as I am typing this review :)
I am still picking up a Rolex, but my SKA413 will proudly displayed next to my two Grand Seiko's (adding a Spring Drive to the fold), Rolex and two vintage Omegas.