Seiko Men’s SNZH53 Seiko 5 Automatic Dark Blue Dial Stainless Steel Watch

August 29, 2018 - Comment

The Seiko Men’s Seiko Automatic Dark Blue Dial Stainless Steel Watch features progressive analog styling and feature-rich Japanese automatic movement. This attractive timepiece functions without a battery–its precise 23-jewel Japanese automatic movement is powered automatically with the movement of your arm. This watch’s leading edge is comprised of a blue dial, which features silver-toned baton

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The Seiko Men’s Seiko Automatic Dark Blue Dial Stainless Steel Watch features progressive analog styling and feature-rich Japanese automatic movement. This attractive timepiece functions without a battery–its precise 23-jewel Japanese automatic movement is powered automatically with the movement of your arm. This watch’s leading edge is comprised of a blue dial, which features silver-toned baton hour markers and luminous silver-toned hands. The dial also features a date window at the three o’clock position, and the entire dial is protected by a Hardlex mineral crystal. Accenting this dial is a bold unidirectional bezel with Arabic minute markers. Keeping all of this securely on your wrist is a brushed-and-polished stainless steel link bracelet that closes with a push-button fold-over safety clasp. Other features include a stainless steel case with an exhibition case back and water-resistance to 330 feet (100 meters).The Seiko Men’s Seiko Automatic Dark Blue Dial Stainless Steel Watch features progressive analog styling and feature-rich Japanese automatic movement. This attractive timepiece functions without a battery–its precise 23-jewel Japanese automatic movement is powered automatically with the movement of your arm. This watch’s leading edge is comprised of a blue dial, which features silver-toned baton hour markers and luminous silver-toned hands. The dial also features a date window at the three o’clock position, and the entire dial is protected by a Hardlex mineral crystal. Accenting this dial is a bold unidirectional bezel with Arabic minute markers. Keeping all of this securely on your wrist is a brushed-and-polished stainless steel link bracelet that closes with a push-button fold-over safety clasp. Other features include a stainless steel case with an exhibition case back and water-resistance to 330 feet (100 meters).

Product Features

  • Precise 23-jewel Japanese-automatic movement; functions without a battery; powers automatically with the movement of your arm
  • Durable mineral hardlex crystal; brushed and polished stainless steel case and bracelet
  • Day function in english and spanish; date function
  • Dark blue dial with silver-tone hands and hour markers; luminous; dark blue stainless steel unidirectional bezel; silver-tone sweeping second hand; exhibition case back
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving

Comments

Chris P. says:

Awesome watch. Just adding my five stars! This is a very substantial, great looking automatic watch. Keeps great time too for a non-chronometer grade automatic watch. I modified the watch by adding a blue sailcloth strap from Bradystraps dot com and a deployment buckle to give it more of a Blancpain Fifty Fathoms look. Check it out!

Jesse says:

Great watch for a ridiculous value UPDATE BELOW…I wanted to wait a couple months to see how I liked it after the initial excitement of New Watch Day. It’s been about 10 weeks and I’ve worn it probably 3-4 days a week and love it. As mentioned in other reviews, the internet just doesn’t translate the gorgeous color of the dial. It’s deep, nearly navy blue that looks incredible in the sun. I own other watches that have SUN in red text on the day display, but none that have SAT in any other color than the weekdays…but this Seiko has a bright royal blue SAT that makes me want to wear it even more on the weekends.I’m not a fan of bracelets, so I switched it out immediately for a blue and gray nato. However, it’s kind of a tall watch for it’s size (14mm height x 42mm width) and the nato makes it tough to tuck under a shirt cuff. I also snagged a tan leather strap that looks good, though I wish I got something a little darker (More of a medium brown). The bezel is a dark blue and gets a lot of spinning…

Jerry Brinkmeyer says:

All This for $138- Are You Kidding Me? I waited three weeks to write this review as I wanted to get over my initial exuberance and make some objective observations about this watch.First impressions; it’s beautiful! I was attracted to this watch because of it similarity in looks to the Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean line. No, you’ll never fool an Omega buff but you just might get a compliment or two from your co-workers. The blue face is attractive until the sunlight hits it-then it becomes downright gorgeous.It’s a heavyweight at 5.76 ounces with the included bracelet; compare that to the Rolex Submariner at 4.7 ounces. I’ll be honest-the weight bothered me just a bit, but not enough to take it off my wrist. This slight annoyance was remedied with the purchase of a “Bond” (as in James) NATO strap* (as seen in the pic I’ve included). In addition to lowering the weight, it gave the watch a unique “aficionado’s” look.Over the initial three week evaluation period the SNZH…

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