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Seiko Presage Automatic Dress Watch with White Enamel Dial and Sapphire Crystal #SARX027
Seiko SARX027 Presage Automatic Dress Watch

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Product Code: SARX027


Seiko Presage Automatic Dress Watch with White Enamel Dial and Sapphire Crystal #SARX027

The Seiko Presage model SARX027 is powered by a 23-jewel, Seiko 6R15 caliber self-winding movement that can also be hand wound and hacked. The 40mm case has a fine brushed and polished finish and the white enamel dial has black Arabic numeral hour markers. A date display is shown at the 3 o'clock position. The crocodile strap has a handy deployant clasp with a dual push-button release. A scratch resistant sapphire crystal is used to protect the dial along with a hardlex exhibition back that allows you to view the movement in action. Water resistant 100 meters. Accuracy is: +25/-15 sec/day.

NOTE: The white enamel dial is one of the main attractions for this watch. Made by baking, the cast iron based enamel dial is created without any hint of imperfection. It is simply gorgeous! Such perfection requires a very involved baking process and usually a dial of this quality is only found in watches costing thousands of dollars.

Watch Features:
  • Movement: Seiko 6R15 Caliber Automatic (self-winding, hand winding, hacks)
  • Case: Fine brushed finished stainless steel, 40mm diameter x 13.8mm thick
  • Back: Exhibition screw-in back
  • Crystal: Scratch resistant sapphire
  • Band: Crocodile strap with deployant clasp 20mm lug
  • Water Resistant: 100 meters
  • Warranty: 2 Years

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Very pleased indeed May 29, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Milwaukee, WI United States  
After finding out that I do not move around enough to keep the Seiko 5's wound, I looked for a model that could be hand wound and hacked.  And after I saw the dial on this watch, I just could not resist.

Accuracy?  +12 seconds per day - dial up position
-6 seconds per day - crown down position
When wearing for 16 hours during the day there is perhaps no more than a one second change.  Right now it is running two seconds fast.  Those two seconds will be shaved off tonight when I take it off and store it for eight hours crown down.  Tomorrow it will be spot on.  I find this level of out of the box accuracy phenomenal.  +12/-6 seconds a day looks much worse than the actual result when wearing.  And the only time I have wound the watch is when I initially unboxed it.

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