Seiko - SNJ009P1 - Montre Homme - Quartz - Analogique et digitale - Bracelet Titane Argent

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  • Montre pour Homme à mouvement Quartz - Bracelet en Titane Argent
  • Type d'affichage : Analogique - Digital
  • Etanchéité : Résiste à une pression maximale de 10 ATM
  • Type de verre : Hardlex
  • Fonction: Jour et date
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Informations Montres
Marque Seiko
Numéro du modèle SNJ009
Numéro de pièce SNJ009
model_year 2011
Forme rond
Type de Verre Hardlex
Type d'affichage Analogique - Digital
Type de fermoir jpush-button-clasp
Matière du boîtier Titane
Diamètre du boîtier 41 millimètres
Epaisseur du boîtier 12 millimètres
Matière du bracelet Titane
Longueur du bracelet mens-standard
Largeur du bracelet 21 millimètres
Couleur du bracelet Argent
Couleur du cadran noir
Calendrier Jour et date
Caractéristiques spéciales chronograph, luminous, stop-watch, world-time
Type de Mouvement Quartz
Type de Garantie Garantie 2 ans à partir de la date de Vente

Détails sur le produit

  • Numéro du modèle de l'article: SNJ009
  • ASIN: B000COTTE2
  • Date de mise en ligne sur : 29 novembre 2010
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Descriptions du produit

Descriptions du produit

Titanium Collection. Solid Titanium case and bracelet. Hour, minute and small second hands. Date. Black dial with white hands and markers. Alarm. City abbreviations on bezel. Luminous hands and markers. Month, date and day 12-24 hour changeover. 1-channel world alarm. Up to 100 hours in 1/1000 second. Precise Quartz movement. World time. City name display, time difference display, daylight savings time adjustment, time transfer function. Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal. Push-button deployment clasp. Water resistant to 100m . Case measures 41mm diameter by 12mm thick.




   A la recherche de la perfection :
  L’histoire de SEIKO commence en 1881 quand un jeune entrepreneur de 22 ans, Kintaro Hattori ouvre son atelier de réparation d’horloges à Tokyo.
  11 années plus tard en 1892, il fonde la manufacture « Seikosha » et fabrique sa première horloge et en 1895, sa première montre.
  Aujourd’hui, après 130 années d’innovations, la manufacture horlogère reste fidèle à l’engagement de son fondateur : la quête de la perfection.

Valeurs de la marque :

Créer des montres toujours plus performantes est une quête obsessionnelle où rigueur, fiabilité et qualité sont les principales motivations des ingénieurs et designers Seiko.
Manufacture depuis plus d’un siècle : pionner et inventeur de technologies majeures, Seiko repousse sans cesse les limites de l’industrie horlogère.
Tout au long de son histoire, Seiko a su remettre en question les idées reçues, faire preuve d’imagination, d’ingéniosité et d’une grande volonté pour réaliser ses projets les plus étonnants.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fantastic Watch 10 janvier 2011
Par Brad - Publié sur
I spent a fair bit of time looking for a good analog/digital watch after the Casio I had been wearing kept breaking. This was by far the nicest looking full-face LCD watch I could find. The inverted LCD colouration definitely adds to the aesthetics. Anyways, here's how it breaks down to me:

-Ability to turn off top & bottom of LCD and just leave on central day & date (makes for a much classier look)
-Matte-finished titanium looks amazing (and unique)
-Phosphorescent paint glows longer than typical paint (though the hands are thin, so they don't have a lot)
-Daylight Savings Time can be turned on and off at the push of a button
-Alarm can be changed to whatever timezone you want. If you're traveling you can set the timezone appropriate alarm before you get there.
-Daylight Savings Time can be changed for each timezone independently
-The whole watch is physically low profile
-No backlight. Yes, this is a pro because it's the one thing that ends up failing on every watch sooner or later.

-Adjustability: the band has no half link, although the attachment point of band to clasp can be moved in and out 3mm
-The titanium finish does scratch up, particularily on side where you rest your arm
-The spring pins attaching the band to the case could be beefier, but I haven't had any issues with them
-The 12 O'clock identifier is not much larger than all the other hour markers so telling time at night after the lume has started to die down can be hard
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Dream for frequent travelers 18 septembre 2011
Par Emil Melamed - Publié sur
I have it for about a year. I was searching for analog-digital, high level, titanium, with saphir cristal antiglare coated glass. My previous watch - Tissot, was answering these conditions. I liked it very much. It had, anyway some serious disadvantages - the crown operation and battery exchange. Plus quite bad service in Israel.
I didn't like Tissot T-Touch - too bulky, with a lot of fully unusual features. And - not os positive reviews.
It seems producers of quality watches don't like digital or analog-digital watches. It's really difficult to find one today.
SNJ009 was the closest approach to my needs. I was in doubts about the Hardlex glass, but still no any scratch on it.
The watch has nice and elegant design which I love.
It has intuitive settings via 4 buttons - much better than more elegant, but terrible in use Tissot single crown.
For me - the greatest feature is world time. As a frequent traveler, I really enjoy it.
One very serious disadvantage - precision. I was strongly disapointed, when I found stated precision of 15 sec/month. I was hopping the real precision will be greater. It is, but not too much - 10 seconds/month. Tissot had less then 2 and in this parameter hardly beats Seiko. I was even thinking to give less stars because of the precision, but - at the end - this accuracy is quite acceptable for watches in this price range.
Ayway - if someone in Seiko reads this review - I'm ready to pay twice for a watch with such design, look and functionality, but with precision within 2 sec/month and antiglare coating glass.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Best watch I own 10 juin 2007
Par K. Chan - Publié sur
I have a dozen watches - several Tag's, an Omega Mars X33, Citizen Modena, and several Timex/Casio sport watches. I also bought an SNJ007 a year ago for international travel. I liked everything about it but the case was a little large for my wrist, and the leather band with orange accents was comfortable, but not as practical as a metal or rubber bracelet. I do a lot of sports, sweat all over my watches, and take showers with them on. I can wear the SNJ009 on an all-day bike ride or to a business meeting and it's equally at home. The chrono, alarm, and international timekeeping features combined with the all-titanium construction make this a medium-sized, lightweight, do-everything watch. I never take it off. It doesn't look geeky or flashy, and from a distance you can't even tell is has digital functions. This is a great watch.
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