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Seiko Prospex Kinetic Dive Watch with Power Reserve Indicator #SKA371
Seiko SKA371, SKA371P1, SKA371P Kinetic Dive Watch

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List Price: $550.00
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Product Code: SKA371

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Seiko Prospex Kinetic Dive Watch with Power Reserve Indicator #SKA371

The Seiko Prospex SKA371 Kinetic dive watch comes with a black dial with LumiBrite luminous hands and hour markers. It has 42.5mm diameter case, a date window, and a black diver-style bezel with a luminous PIP at the 60-minute mark. The watch is powered by a Caliber 5M62 kinetic powered quartz movement that recharges its battery with the movement of your wrist. It has up to a 6 month power reserve that you can check with the push-button located at 2:00 on the side of the case. It comes with a solid-link bracelet with a push-button deployant clasp with safety catch. 200 meter water resistance. Screw-down crown and case back.
Watch Features:
  • Movement: 5M62 Kinetic Quartz (battery powered)
  • Case: Stainless steel, 42.5mm diameter x 14mm thick
  • Back: Screw-in
  • Crystal: Hardlex
  • Band: Stainless steel bracelet, deployant clasp
  • Water Resistant: 200 meters
  • Warranty: 2 Years

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great watch built like a Tank! July 21, 2017
Reviewer: Siva from Fairfax, VA United States  
This watch is just amazing the quality you get for the price is just unbeatable. If you are into divers and love deep dials then this is a must have. Being a kinetic it keeps great time. After wearing it for like 5 days the charge is mostly more than 6 months.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Awesome Diver December 10, 2016
Reviewer: VICTOR CRUZ from LA GRANGE, IL United States  
Well built and great looking diver! OK, kinetic technology gets a lot of knocks, but this watch is worth looking for and finding ways to make it work. If this is your only watch or if you plan to use it regularly as part of a small collection, there's no need to read any further. No problem. If you have lots of watches it could  be a challenge keeping it charged. Having read through countless pages on watch forums, there are many ways to avoid any issues. First thing to do is get it fully charged. It took me less than a week. Wore it every day, used it on an elliptical while exercising and discovered a way to charge it using a Kitchenaid mixer at low setting to speed up the process. If it seems like a lot of work, that's because this watch is worth it,  And I'm not the only one who thinks so. There's a 38 page forum discussion full of ideas that only means others feel the same way. Perfect size, classic styling and solidly built.

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