SEIKO watch PRESAGE mechanical self-winding (with manual winding) SARY055 Men

August 29, 2018 - Comment

The Seiko Pressage model SARY055 is powered by the Seiko 4R36 caliber self-winding movement that can also be hand wound and hacked. The case has a fine brushed finish and the silver-white dial sports blue hands and hour markers. A day and date display is shown at the 3 o’clock position. The stainless steel bracelet

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The Seiko Pressage model SARY055 is powered by the Seiko 4R36 caliber self-winding movement that can also be hand wound and hacked. The case has a fine brushed finish and the silver-white dial sports blue hands and hour markers. A day and date display is shown at the 3 o’clock position. The stainless steel bracelet has a deployant clasp with a dual push-button release. A scratch resistant sapphire crystal is used to protect the dial along with an exhibition back that allows you to view the movement in action. Water resistant 100 meters. This is a luxury quality watch that is available at a very affordable price. Features Movement: Seiko 4R36 Caliber Automatic (self-winding, hand winding, hacks) Case: Fine brushed finished stainless steel, 41mm diameter x 12mm thick Back: Exhibition screw-in back Crystal: Scratch resistant sapphire Band: Stainless steel bracelet, push-button deployant clasp. 20mm lug Water Resistant: 100 meters Warranty: 2 Years

Product Features

  • MADE IN JAPAN
  • Japanese model
  • Accuracy: ±45~-35seconds / Day

Comments

CNY says:

Great watch. Many contemplating this watch maybe divided between … Great watch. Many contemplating this watch maybe divided between this and the sarb035.I have both and each has its merits and virtue. The Sary has been a more versatile watch in my opinion due to its size/styling being able to go casual to dress while Sarb tends to be more traditional dress watch. Both cases are made well and finished nicely. I find the bracelet finishing of the Sary to be significantly better vs sarb although sarb has a superior clasp. The movement in the sarb is superior due to its spron mainspring allowing 50hr power reserve but both are INHOUSE and reliable workhorses. My sarb is within -/+ 4 a day beating certain cosc chronometers I own. The Sary keeps goo time -/+ 12. Funny but many of my non cosc pieces time better than cosc units I own from known prestigious brands. Both are great watches but the main difference will be user taste and versatility. The Sary is more universal as its elegant enough to be dressy, sporty enough to be casual with blue…

Ivan J. says:

A MUST have for the Seiko guy This is my 2nd timepiece with the 4R36 movement. It runs a little fast (prefer fast over slow), but I’m sure it will settle a bit as it breaks in. My Seiko 5s’ all ran fast when new (7S26). I like having a day/date wheel on this thing and LOVE the look and feel of it. It’s the PERFECT size, being slightly larger than the Sarb035 white face (41mm vs. 38mm).For the price point, it is by far one of the best bang for buck watches Ive ever had! And anything JDM is just plain cool… nothing better than a Kanji day/date setting option. If I were to gripe, I would have to say that I’m not a big fan of the folded clasp , but that’s to be expected at this price, and the actual links are solid; plus it’s the only watch for under $300 that I have ever seen with a sapphire crystal (ignore the Amazon description, the face is not Hardlex, only the back is).

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