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  2. New Watches: Top 4 Watches Released in 2020

    If one thing is for certain about 2020, it’s that it’s going to be a weird year for watches. Given the current landscape, many launches for brands such as Patek Philippe, Tudor and Rolex have been postponed until 2021. Thankfully, a few incredible new watches have already been released. Let’s take a look at 4 of the best new watches 2020 has revealed so far. While we’re certain that many other new watches will be introduced throughout the course of 2020, here are the best of the best as of early 2020. 1: Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition We’ve discussed the Omega Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition quite recently and still feel that it is arguably one of the most exciting new watches that has been released in 2020 so far. This addition to the Seamaster collection can be seen in the James Bond film, No Time to Die. The best—or worst depending on who you ask—part about the OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M 007 Edition is that it is part of a non-limited series. It’s water resistant up to 30 bars (1000 feet), shock resistant, has a built-in helium escape valve decompression system and has anti-magnetic properties.   It is a slightly slimmer version of the standard 300M Diver and features a brown dial & a titanium mesh bracelet with an adjustable buckle. Inside this beautiful timepiece is the Co-Axial Master Chromometer 8806. 2: Seiko Black Series Limited Editions Seiko’s new watches released back in February and March can be classed as honorary members of our round-up of best black watches for men. Inspired by the ocean at nighttime, the Seiko Black Series Limited Editions is made up of the SLA035J1, SPB125J1 and the SSC761J1. The SLA035J1, released in March 2020, is water resistant up to 300 meters and features the 8L35 movement. It has a black, red & white design with Lumibrite on its hands, bezel & index to ensure it can be ready in the dark depths of the sea. Only 600 have been made.   The SPB125J1 and SSC761J1 were both released in February. The SPB125J1 is an automatic with a 6R35 caliber and features a black & orange color scheme. 7,000 have been made. The SSC761J1 features a solar movement and a V192 caliber & has a black, red & orange color scheme. Only 3,500 have been made. Both new watches are water resistant up to 200 meters and feature Lumibrite on its hands & indexes. 3: Vacheron Constantin Égérie Moon Phase Jewelry If you ever wondered what a watch with more than 1,300 diamonds would look like, look no further than the Égérie Moon Phase Jewelry from Vacheron Constantin. Released in late March, this striking timepiece features 1,345 diamonds and is constructed from 18k white gold. It is a non-limited edition and is just one of Vacheron Constantin’s many, many diamond watches.   The Égérie Moon Phase Jewelry features a 1088L caliber and is an automatic watch. It is water resistant up to 30 meters and its design consists of: A 246-diamond adorned 18k white gold case An 18k white gold dial set with 510 diamonds 18k white gold bracelet that is covered in diamonds We’ll be the first to admit that this watch is far more pretty than it is practical; but we do admire Vacheron Constantin’s effort to attract more female customers while proudly showing off their phenomenal craftsmanship. 4: Hublot Big Bang MP-11 Red Magic Released in January, this beautiful bad boy is the latest addition to the Hublot Big Bang Collection. The Hublot Big Bang MP-11 Red Magic is a striking timepiece of which there are only 100 pieces available. It features a HUB9011 caliber and has a 14-day power reserve. The MP-11 Red Magic has a polished red titanium case, a sapphire crystal dial and a textured black rubber strap. It is water resistant up to 30 meters and reminds fans of a Ferrari engine.   It is one of the best and most beautiful high-tech ceramic watches. Partly because most ceramic watches are black or white in color while this daring design is a bold red one. Final Thoughts And there you have it: the four watches released in 2020 you should know about. And there are many new watches you should keep watch for including the Chanel J12 X-Ray and the TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Silver Limited Edition. Whether you simply want to keep up to date with recent watch releases and news or are updating your wish list to include the latest models on the market is up to you. What do you think about these watches? Were they worth the wait or will you be watching to see what else 2020 brings with it?

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  4. Top Affordable Mechanical Watches for Men

    When looking for affordable watches for men, many people simply don’t consider mechanical watches. Not at first, at least. They first think quartz, mainly based on price. And sure, there are lots of great quartz watches out there at great prices. But there are also some wonderful mechanical watches in the same affordable price range as quartz. Let’s take a closer look at some of the best. Seiko 5 for Military Style Military inspiration is on full display with the Seiko 5 SNK805. A no-nonsense matte-finish face keeps things simple with an inner ring for hour markings. The outer indices for seconds, as does the round steel case that’s basic in the best possible sense. Lightweight and on the unassuming side with a 38mm diameter, this ready-to-go watch feels right at home on a casual nylon strap. And Seiko’s trusty 7S26C movement offers reliable accuracy that performs beyond the low price tag: under $100!     Beyond Bambino with the Orient TriStar When people ask about an affordable mechanical dress watch, the Orient Bambino is often the first response. And the Bambino is great. Both its elegance and its affordability are praise-worthy. But the often-overlooked TriStar (also referred to as 3 Star or Three Star) is impressive in its own right. Branded by three stars on the face, the TriStar has a history stretching back to the 1970s. Orient says they made the affordable mechanical watches as alternatives for those living in developing countries with less access to the replacement batteries needed for quartz watches. Orient has kept the watches old school in style, under 40mm. It has a classic stainless steel bracelet, and a day-and-date window on its retro face. While some models in the TriStar line creep up in price to the $200 range (still a great bargain) you can find a new TriStar for about $100. Invicta Pro Diver for a Rolex Feel Okay, fine, most of us know that Invicta dive watches have been derided as the alternative for a Rolex. And, sure, there is some justification in that, as Invicta has mimicked the looks of Rolex (most especially the Submariner) to create lower-end timepieces. But that doesn’t make Invicta watches bad, just not Rolexes. And let’s just consider the fact that you can get one for about 100 bucks. So, for that price, yeah the Invicta Pro Diver 8926 is a pretty nice selection, both in terms of looks and functionality. The 40mm stainless steel case has solid machining and a fine finish. The aluminum bezel is equally substantial. It’s water-resistant up to 200 meters and the NH35A automatic movement is reliable. While the movement is non-branded, that’s actually Seiko handiwork in there behind the display case back and it’s as dependable as most everything the time-honored watchmakers produce. So, sure, it’s not a Rolex, but still a nice option if you’re looking for an affordable alternative. Get Seriously Sporty with the Citizen Promaster While the Invicta Diver 8926 is a great bargain, you can take a serious step up in dive watches for not all that much more money with a Citizen Promaster Automatic. The Citizen NY0040 is a true ISO-certified dive watch with a depth rating of 200 meters and a high-visibility dial. Mixing brushed and high-polish stainless steel finishes, the case is rugged and looks super sporty on a formidable rubber strap. Inside you´ll find the in-house 21-jewel Miyota 8200 movement. With a 46mm diameter and 12mm thickness, this is a watch that wears prominently and really wants to get noticed. That’s all pretty nice for the price of under $300!   Mid-Century Style with the Timex Marlin Mesh This watch might remind you of a timepiece that would be on the wrist of an up-and-coming executive in the 1960s. The Timex Marlin Mesh is a re-issue of a dress watch we first met over half a century ago. Going seriously old school with a hand-wound movement, it oozes sophistication with a silver-on-silver design scheme. The watch, which was made with input from fashion designer Todd Snyder, has a Milanese mesh band. While the 34mm stainless steel case is muted enough to feel understated, eyes will be drawn to the silver sunray dial with mid-century-style indices. Priced at just over $200, it’s an elegant choice with a big dose of throwback charm. History and Heritage with the Hamilton Khaki Hamilton is always a great choice when you’re looking for something with deep ties to America’s watchmaking history, as the company dates back to 1892 in Pennsylvania. And their Khaki Field Mechanical offers a homage to that heritage albeit nearly a century later with a re-issue of a military field watch we first saw in the 1960s. It doesn’t feel formidable at first, as its 38mm diameter is on the smaller side. But it more than compensates for its diminutive dimensions with a classic style that adheres to the US military specs of days gone by. Swiss made today (Hamilton was sold back in the 70s), the Field Mechanical has ETA 2801-2 hand-wound movement with a 42-hour power reserve. On a green NATO strap, it positively exudes classic military style and is nicely priced within the reach of most at under $500.   Now, nobody is saying you shouldn’t splurge on a Rolex. Or that a fine Omega isn’t worth the price. Luxury timepieces come with luxury costs because they have value that justifies the investments. You can put a fine mechanical watch on your wrist without having to shell out big bucks.

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  5. Best Seiko Women’s Watches

    With inimitable style, accessible pricing, and impressive solar power, Seiko women’s watches have staked out a unique spot on the international timepiece scene. Let’s take a look at some of their best watches for women. 1: SUP252P9 for Classic Style It doesn’t get more classic than this traditional dress watch, exuding elegance with its pure simplicity. A PVD gold-plated case effortlessly complements an off-white dial and subtle indices in place of numeral hour markers. Fitted on a brown leather strap, the SUP252P9 is a watch that’s ready for office duty and brings an air of sophistication, if not opulence, to any dress-casual occasion. Shop Seiko Women’s Watches   At 20mm across, the case works best on slimmer wrists. It presents a low profile, grabbing attention with subtlety instead of size. While you can’t take this one swimming, it’s nice to know it’s water-resistant up to 30 meters. 2: SUT374 for a Shimmering Show When you want to dazzle with diamonds, the SUT374 is ready in all its glittering grandeur. Sprinkled over a Mother of Pearl dial and the round bezel, 28 diamonds give this showy timepiece some serious sparkle. Rose gold adds to the elegance, found on dramatic sword-style hands, contoured on the outer edge of the bezel. It’s also slipped along the center lines of a stainless steel link bracelet. This is a watch that cries out to be seen. It’s perfect for a Saturday night on the town, its flash, perhaps, offset by your favorite little black dress. Shop Women’s Watches   3: SUP399P9 for Bling That Won’t Blind When you want to put on a show with diamonds that’s not too showy, look to the SUP399P9. The white MOP dial and polished stainless steel case complement the diamond insets and hour markers perfectly. On second look, your eyes will inevitably be drawn to the precious stones running parallel to the square case and found on the dial in tandem. Not the slimmest of offerings in the Seiko line, wearing small-to-medium with a case that’s 24mm across. The watch also lacks contrast in its color scheme,  while at the same time making a bold style statement that fits perfectly with an elegant evening. 4: Timeless Elegance of a SUP406P9 Midnight black, lustrous gold, and shimmering diamonds. Each on their own projects sleek style and cool sophistication. Put them together and the result is simply stunning. That’s what you find with the SUP406P9, a luxury watch that, because it’s a Seiko, does not come with a luxury price tag. While the design echoes that of the SUP399P9, its contrasting elements come together to put on a dramatically different display. The adage that basic black goes with anything applies here. This is a watch that’s equally at home on formal outings or paired with a smart-casual ensemble. And like most others in the Seiko canon, it’s built plenty tough for everyday use, with a Hardlex crystal, a durable stainless steel case and bracelet, and up to twelve months of charge in its solar-powered movement. 5: Minimalist Style with the SUP385P9 Here we have one of the most casual watches Seiko makes for women. And its most minimalistic. And, arguably, its most unisex, making this one of the most versatile watches Seiko offers. The cool blue face of the SUP385P9 eschews the finer details found on most of the watches Seiko makes for women in place of the slightest white indices and slim hands. The round case provides just the right contrast in gleaming black, with a 27.4mm diameter that is tailored to female wrists, true, but also works well for men with slimmer wrists or those who just prefer a timepiece with a lower profile. The black-and-blue cases motif blends effortlessly with the silver of the stainless steel bracelet. Wear this one with jeans and a t-shirt or play to its sporty side with workout wear. 6: SFQ800 is a True Essential Hailing from Seiko’s Ladies’ Essential Collection, the SFQ800 is just that. Essential. At first glance it appears like a casual everyday watch with a classic round case. Bold blue dauphine hands pop in contrast to the silver dial, telling the world this timepiece is at home on a laid-back weekend. Things get a bit dressier when you look to the link bracelet. It has a two-tone mix of silver and gold that puts the watch equally at home at dressier moments. If you’re looking for an essential piece that works with chameleon-like adaptation across your wardrobe, this is a solid choice with charm. With over a century of watchmaking history, Seiko knows more than just a little about watches and the people who wear them. If you’re looking for a casual timepiece, something for formal occasions, or perhaps something in between, consider the Japanese watchmakers’ wide range of women’s watches.

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  6. 6 Best Mid-Range Watch Brands

    Most people are under the false assumption that the best watches and watch brands are those that are the most expensive. Although there is some truth to that, the cost is only one of many factors that make for a great timepiece. Characteristics of a Great Watch Here are some of the most essential factors that come with buying a watch. Materials: Despite what you may think, steel isn’t the most common material for affordably luxurious watches. And don’t even assume that every watch material is the same too. As a matter of fact, there are different types of steel that are of higher quality and are likely to maintain their shine. Some watches can be made from expensive ceramic or even precious metals, which offer more than cheap steel material. Movement Type: Movement type is another type of distinction that mid-range watches come with. Luxury watches come with complex mechanical movements, whereas the lower-priced ones feature a basic quartz movement. The most devoted watch collectors would often opt for an automatic movement. Although quartz is serviceable, it’s not that desirable among collectors. Ruggedness: One of the most desirable traits of luxurious watches is that they work in extreme situations like deep underwater. This is due to their robust construction and meticulous craftsmanship. One of the reasons people choose luxury watches is that they stand the test of time. Movement quality: If you thought all watch movements were the same, you are wrong. A few of the cheaper quality models either gain or lose seconds daily, which is why they require resetting. Also, affordable watches usually experience technical difficulties or stop working after a little while. Choosing a Mid-Range Watch If you’re opting for a mid-range watch, you’re looking for something between $500-$1,000. In this range, quartz movement isn’t that common, the finish and the fit have improved. Also, the automatic changes have become a bit more complicated. Some of the features of this range have improved as well, including water resistance. Many brands of this range offer a minimum water-resistance of 100 m, especially those that are sports-focused. Both Swiss and Japanese movements are excellent choices when it comes to offering timepieces with exquisite styling. Standards and expectations are higher with this price range, but it also comes with a few flaws as well. So, without further ado, here are some of the most budget-friendly watch brands that mid-tier watch lovers should probe around. 1: Tissot Tissot has been a favorite among Swiss watch consumers ever since it started business in 1853. Their first line of watches was said to have been a pocket watch with two time zones. Others believe that it was the first anti-magnet watch, a mass-produced pocket watch, and more. This remarkable brand is also the official timekeeper for several professional sports leagues from around the world. It’s no surprise that Tissot’s unrelenting yearn for producing quality-driven budgeted watches is what helped them garner their success. Watches under Tissot’s offer the perfect blend of function and form with absolute precision. Buy Tissot Watches 2: Seiko The Japanese phenom Seiko is also one of the most affordable watch brands in existence. And the reason why that’s the case because the brand always strives to produce watches with amazing value. So, whether you’re getting a basic model for $75 or a more luxurious one for $500, Seiko’s deals are some of the best. The brand is also credited for being the first one to develop a watch that uses an automatic movement with quartz accuracy. Seiko’s most renowned series is the 5, which means the five crucial aspects that their watches must meet to get that moniker. Buy Seiko Watches 3: Timex The Connecticut-based Timex has a fascinating history in the watchmaking business. It first started out in 1984 as the Waterbury Clock Company before it transformed into Timex Corporation 1944. Nowadays, this brand produces models for just about every occasion imaginable, whether it be a dress, sports, solar, or automatic, among others. One of its most recognizable models the Q Timex that was released back in 1979 and then was recently re-released. Timex has made a name for itself in developing watches but with a considerable amount of quality in them. They have a versatile range from the cheapest that comes under $50 to the priciest that comes between the range of $100-$300. No matter what, Timex always delivers in whatever their customers want. 4: Hamilton Hamilton is one of the only few from this list that produces watches on American soil. Not only have their watches been used for helping trains arrive on time, but they have also been used during the Second World War. Hamilton is also worn by a slew of well-known celebrities in the entertainment industry. One of those celebs included Elvis Presley when he wore Hamilton Ventura in his movie Blue Hawaii. This watch was the world’s first-ever electric wristwatch. Everything went well for Hamilton until it started facing severe competition from Japanese markets. From that point on, Hamilton went from being an independent firm to being under the world’s largest water wristwatch company, the Swatch Group. Even so, Hamilton’s design philosophy always honored their American heritage and upbringing. Buy Hamilton Watches 5: Casio Casio is yet another Japanese brand that has had an extensive line-up of mid-tier watches. It also offers some of the cheapest watches that become as low as $10, if you can believe it. Of course, this means that you’re not getting anything that’s of quality or class, but the price is still hard to beat. However, the more expensive ones provide more bang for your buck if your wallets can stretch that wide, that is. What it comes to their analog watches, they have models for divers, dressers, and anything else in the middle. However, their pride and joy is their G-Shock line-up. Buy Casio Watches 6: Oris Oris is one of the few independent watch brands in the world that isn’t owned by a brand portfolio. Because of this, they have had all the freedom to create whatever appeased them and their consumers alike. This attitude is what their slogan stands for, which is “Defining My Own Path, Going My Own Way.” Being your own boss means that you have the freedom to make whatever essential decisions are best for your interests. One of their most spectacular models is the Artelier Pointer Date. It comes with a unique pointer date complication and an automatic movement that you will never see with other branded models. Buy Oris Watches

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  7. Impressive Watch Movements From 4 Leading Brands

    The world of watchmaking is a fascinating one to say the least. The level of thought, care, time and effort that goes into crafting a timepiece is truly remarkable. While elements of a watch are important, none are quite as important as watch movements. The movement of a watch is what literally makes it tick. A movement is to a watch what an engine is to a car or a heart is to a human body. Movements, also known as calibers, are the backbone of a watch. Today we’ll be taking a look at what the leading brands have brought to the watch movement arena and in which watches these movements can be found. 1: Rolex Naturally we’re starting off our list of impressive watch movements with a brand we all know and love. Rolex has created some of the most reliable watch movements on the market. Those movements include the 3135, 3155 and 3085. Of these movements, one the most impressive is the 3135. The 3135 movement is found in the Yacht-Master 116622RSO, Submariner Date 116618LN, Oyster Perpetual 115200-0006, and many other Rolex watches. Buy Rolex Watches What’s so special about the 3135? First introduced in 1988, the 3135 fast became Rolex’s most commonly used movement and remains as such to this day. The movement comes with 31 jewels, a 48-hour power reserve and is praised for its accuracy. More than 200 parts make up a 3135 and the success of this movement went on to inspire the development of movements 3136, 3175 and 9001. 2: Seiko No stranger to innovation, Seiko has produced some incredibly impressive watch movements in its time. One of its most impressive is its Spring Drive movement. Seiko was the first brand to truly master the production of watch movements being wound by the motions of the wearer’s wrist. Buy Seiko Watches Even though the brand has produced many more impressive movements since then the 6R15 has truly stood the test of time. This movement is found in three stunning watches: Seiko SARX051, Seiko Alpinist SARB017 Automatic and Seiko Prospex Sea Diver SBDC055. The 6R15 comes with 23 jewels, has a 50-hour power reserve and has an accuracy rating of -15/+25 seconds per day. Other prominent Seiko watch movements include the 6217, 6139, 4R36 and the 72S6. 3: Omega Did you know that OMEGA’s name was inspired by the revolutionary creation of the 19 caliber? The brand literally has a name to live up to! OMEGA lives up to its name well and their impressive Co-Axial movement is testament to this. The escapement within OMEGA’s Co-Axial caliber movement works with less friction than other movements. This means that their watches with this movement will withstand wear and tear better than others & will therefore last a much longer time. Buy Omega Watches Omega’s most impressive Co-Axial movement is the 2500 as found in the Seamaster Diver 212.30.36.20.01.002 and the De Ville Prestige 424.10.40.20.01.001. It has 27 jewels, a power reserve of 44 to 48 hours and now comes in four variants: A, B, C and D. Other impressive OMEGA watch movements are the 8500, 8501, 8511 and the 1861. 4: TAG Heuer No list of the most impressive watch movements would be complete without TAG Heuer on it. Like the rest of the industry-leading brands on our list, the TAG Heuer brand has many incredible movements under its belt. One such movement is the caliber 16. The caliber 16 is an incredibly famous chronograph movement that was the first computer-designed movement. The automatic movement comes with 25 jewels, provides 42-hours of power reserve and rapid date correction. Buy Tag Heuer Watches Watches in which the caliber 16 shines are the Aquaracer CAY2110.BA0927, Carrera CV2A1R.BA0799, Link CAT2011.BA0952 and the Formula 1 CAZ2010.BA0876. Other notable TAG Heuer watch movements include caliber 5, 6, 17, 72 and 1887. Conclusion Isn’t the world of watch movements a magical one? How these brands manage to do what they do, we’ll never know. All we know is that we’re incredibly thankful that they do it. Do you have a favorite watch movement? Or are there any watch movements that you feel don’t deserve as much acclaim as they get? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section down below—we love finding out what makes you tick.

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  8. Top Picks for Seiko Watches

    Seiko is a renowned Japanese watchmaker. They are known for their unique and exclusive designs that keep the balance of modernity and luxury. This marks them as the watchmaking prowess. The following article discusses the top Seiko watches ever made. No doubt, the company has an experience of more than a century. This Japanese brand has remained consistent with its vision and motto to making innumerable contributions to the horological world. It has the honor of introducing wristwatches in Japan for the first time. These watches have cool features. Aesthetically, they look very appealing to its users and make it a perfect choice in every aspect. 1: Seiko Astron A modern-day adventurer may select this watch for its robust build quality and 45 mm case. The 8X54 caliber enclosed is the titanium case with a thickness of 13.3 mm. It is water-resistant till 100m. The ceramic bezel is a robust piece in the timepiece that can combat against harsh conditions, unlike lighter, cheaper metals like stainless steel and aluminum. This solar operated watch makes it a longer-lasting and more advanced timepiece. It has an antenna ring lying beneath the dials that utilize the GPS signals for displaying the time of any place or location you are at. The small indicator indicates when its either day or night.  The date aperture is placed at 4 o’clock. The retrograde display at 2 o’clock shows the day, and the same at 10 o’clock indicates daylight and power-saving functions. The minutes and hour hands are coated with Lumibrite to make it visible in the dark. Buy Seiko Astron 2: Seiko Prospex The Seiko automatic wristwatch is 42.6mm with the calibre6R15, so it is a perfect selection for professional divers. It has the logo of the Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI). The dial is protected from scratches with the mineral crystal. The watch is water-resistant for up to 200m. It is hugely visible underwater because of its Lumbirite coating on the minute and hour hands, as well as on the numbers. To complement the tone of the dial, it has a silicon bracelet of blue color. Buy Seiko Prospex 3: Seiko Presage Seiko has Presage as one of the most renowned models due to its simplistic yet eye-appealing designs. It is a masterpiece by Seiko featuring an elegant blue tone design. The aesthetic look of this watch is created by the very attractive beveled hour indexes as well as the silver minutes and hours hands that compliments the dials. The date aperture is present at three o ‘ clock position. It is built with stainless steel, which marks its stunning and subtle sophistication. Buy Seiko Presage 4: Seiko Kinetic This version of Seiko watches available in dual-layered dials. It has a sophisticated appeal due to the grainy texture of the inner dial with the white covering. The seconds, minutes and hour hands are in the color of rose gold. It has the retrograde display in combination to show days. The outer dial is polished finished, contrasting with black colored Roman hour markers. The Hardlex crystal and stainless steel body protect these quartz watches by Seiko. It has a water resistance lasting up to 100m.  It is a perfect choice for casual and semi-formal occasions with its black leather strap that ensures luxurious touch and elegance as well. 5: Seiko Coutura These Seiko watches have the quartz timepiece as Coutura. It has a V198 caliber, and the battery is solar powered. The stainless steel case of 44 mm has 11.8mm thickness. To ensure longevity of the watch, it is coated with a beautiful layer of yellow gold PVD. The same coating is used on the strap, two rectangular pushers and non-rotating bezels. The black dial and yellow gold borders complement each other very well. On the tips of the minutes and hours hands, you can see the cool Lumibrite coating. The dial indicates the days of the week at the position of 12 o’clock. The sub-dial counts the seconds at the position of 9 o’clock. It has a water resistance of up to 100m. It’s strong enough for daily usage because of the sapphire crystal glass. 6: Seiko Premier Date Calendar This is the elegant collection of quartz timepiece for the ladies! It has a bejeweled bezel and stainless steel casing of 28mm. It has a perfect combination of white dial and blue hands of the watch. The signature look is given with the jewels at 12, 9, and 3 o’clock. The rest of the dial is balanced with the date indicator. It is perfect for daily usage as the sapphire protects from scratches and other impacts. Therefore, you got a vast collection of Seiko watches in the market ranging from elegant party-wear watches to robust sports watches for both men and women. So, select the best one according to your needs, taste, and budget too.

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  9. Top Seiko Solar Chronograph Watches

    Seiko solar chronograph watches are powered by light, and also store the energy in a self-rechargeable battery. The battery has a guaranty of a lifetime, and it does not need to be replaced ever. The watch is overall virtually maintenance-free, but Seiko does recommend going through a service routine occasionally. These watches do not rely on sunlight only; it can restore all kinds of light. A minute of light exposure can deliver one hour of charge. If the watch is placed in the dark for months, it will usually work after 6 to 8 minutes of light exposure. Here are the top models of Seiko Solar Chronograph Watches. 1: Seiko “Arnie” Prospex Padi Diver Watch This magnificent masterpiece is the rebirth of the originally-created Seiko H558 from 1982. At its time, it was known as the first hybrid diver watch. The reissued Seiko Arnie has an all-black structure, which looks aesthetic on the wrist. It goes with a soft black silicone strap. The case of this Seiko Solar Chronograph watch measures to 47.5mm. It is beautifully crafted with brushed stainless steel. The main difference between the original Seiko H558 and the new Seiko Arnie is the movement. Initially, it was powered by standard quartz caliber, whereas the all-new solar movement of Seiko operates the new model. 2: Seiko Classic UP880 The Seiko Classic is a dress watch with the gold-tone stainless steel case and pure leather strap. It is created with a gorgeous pinstriped white dial with black hour and minute hands. The numerals are marked in Roman. The gold-tone case is 28.5mm wide and just 6.1mm thin while the crown of the watch is embellished with a black cabochon. The power of the watch is operated by a caliber V115 solar-powered quartz movement. It also features water-resistance, which is estimated to be till 30 meters underwater. The back of the watch is solid black. The crystal used in the watch is Hardlex, and the watch features a warranty of 2 years. 3: Seiko Prospex The Seiko Prospex SBEP001 is the latest watch created by Seiko. It is powered by Seiko Caliber S802 solar quartz movement. When fully charged, it features a 5-month power reserve. The case of the watch is about 49.5mm and is black ion-plated. The bezel of the watch is black and luminous. This watch can be considered as one of the best chronograph watches. Functions of the watch include a self-timer, world time of almost 44 cities, dual time display, and alarm. Its water-resistance is about 200 meters deep; a digital display shows the date. The strap of the watch is black silicon made with a buckle. Buy Seiko Prospex SBEP001 4: Seiko Sapphire Crystal SNE525 This model of the Seiko Solar chronograph watches comes with a radiant blue dial. The hands and hour markers of the watch are silver, with a 40mm diameter stainless steel case. The bracelet is also of stainless steel and features a sapphire crystal display with a day-date window at 3:00 on the dial. The watch is powered by a solar quartz movement with a power reserve of 10 months when fully charged. The watch is also 100-meter water-resistant; its back is also stainless steel. The watch features a warranty for 2 years. 5: Seiko Black Diver SNE441 The Seiko Prospex SNE441 is a cool latest design. The movement is solar powered that has a fantastic 10-month power reserve. The case of the watch is black ion-plated and about 43.5mm with a yellow and white bezel. To make it superior in the dark, the hands and hour markers are filled with Seiko LumiBrite’s luminescent material. The case back of the watch has a reliable screw, and it is water-resistant to 200 meters. There is also a date window with a magnifier at 3:00. The strap is black silicon made, warranty features for two years. 6: Seiko SNE444 Coutura The Seiko SNE444 Coutura is created in a black dial and gold-tone hands and hour markers. The fantastic thing about this timepiece is that the hour markers at 3, 6, 9, and 12 o’clock are accented with seven diamonds. The case of the watch is 42.5mm in diameter and made with stainless steel. The bracelet of the watch is two-toned and features a push-button clasp. The power reserve of this tremendous solar watch is almost ten months. Moreover, it is 200 meters water-resistant, and it has fantastic luminous hands and durable scratch-resistant crystal. 7: Seiko Women SUT108 The Seiko SUT108 is a dress watch for women with a glamorous white dial and gold-tone bezel. The hands and hour markers are also gold-toned with a diameter of 26mm and 8mm in thickness. The watch is entirely stainless steel, including the push-button clasp, a classy bracelet, and the case-back. There is also a date and a date window at 3:00 of the watch; a solar quartz movement powers it. The power reserve is of 6 months when fully charged. The water-resistance of the model is 30 meters. Verdict Seiko Solar movements have been around since 1977. The future of the Seiko Solar Chronograph watches is bright, and they plan to create more models powered by solar movement. Seiko is a leading brand in solar movement watches and plans to increase its market. For some people, solar-powered and kinetic watches may be similar. But for some who usually wear their watches at night, Seiko Solar Chronograph watches are among the most elite options. The lifespan of these watches is equal to any other kinetic powered watches.

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  10. The Best Gift Watches for Women

    Why a Watch Is a Perfect Gift for That Special Woman Mom, sister, girlfriend, wife… There are many special women in our lives and what better way to show how much we appreciate them than to give them a special gift. One that is as hardworking, endearing, reliable, and beautiful as they are. In short, a watch, but not just any watch. The perfect watches for women. Don’t they deserve a watch as wonderful as they are? Like any other piece of fine jewelry, a luxury watch is a timeless gift that will retain its value even as it gives years of pleasure. Best Watches to Gift  Rolex  These iconic watches for women are as sophisticated and beautiful as they are durable and hardworking. What better way to say “I love you” than an elegant rose gold Rolex with a diamond-encrusted bezel? That may just be the best watch to gift your wife! Bvlgari  This brand is treasured around the world for the depth and quality of their luxury goods collection. That includes their wonderfully stylish watches. A Bvlgari is probably the best watch to gift a girlfriend who is enamored with fashion! Hublot These carefully designed watches combine innovative and quality design with aesthetic appeal. Many of their lady’s watches feature eye-catching color and bejeweled cases. Omega With more than a century of precision watchmaking backing them, you know Omega watches are wonderfully functional and reliable. What you may not know is how many stylish lady’s watches they offer. Panerai  These luxurious Italian watches are well-known for their many innovative design features, such as the very first luminescent watch dials. Seiko This Japanese watch brand is well recognized for its many popular watch innovations. What isn’t as well-known is its venture into cosmopolitan style with the sophisticated Cocktail Time watch. TAG Heuer   TAG Heuer is well-known in the world of sports. Their lady’s watches are just as reliable in a fashionable, moderated priced, yet luxurious way. A watch from this iconic racing brand is one of the best watches to gift your mom. It will help her live every second to the maximum! Tudor A more moderately priced version of the Rolex, the Tudor carries much of the same quality that makes its sibling brand so world-renowned. Tudors are known for their functionality, thoughtful design, and contemporary style. Give Her the Gift of Luxury from WatchShopping.com  Watches for women may seem like a small accessory but the right watch makes a huge fashion statement. Treat that special woman in your life to a luxury watch and enjoy her delight. Our customer service team will help you select a luxury watch that perfectly balances her desires and your budget. After all, fine watches have been high on a lady’s wish list ever since Patek Philippe created the first one for Countess Koscowicz of Hungary in 1868!

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  11. The Best Gift Watches for Men

    Why a Watch is a Perfect Gift for the Man in Your Life Any man will appreciate the gift of a fine watch. Choosing a luxury watch that looks great on his wrist and works superbly well is a wonderful way to show how much you care. An additional benefit of a luxury watch is how well it will hold its value through the years. It truly is the gift that keeps on giving, even through generations. And luxury watches are definitely the best gifts for watch lovers! To that end, the list below includes the best watches for men to gift. Rolex Rolex watches are world-renowned for their exquisite craftsmanship and elegant, refined style. So of course we had to include Rolex on this best watches for men list. However, these are also extremely durable and reliable watches that adventurers and explorers rely upon for their functionality in extreme environments. Bvlgari  The Italian brand Bvlgari is well-known for its superb catalog of luxury goods. This celebrated brand’s watches have a distinctive look that practically oozes luxury and sophistication. Hublot  A relatively new brand on the luxury watch market, this intricately detailed Italian brand combines elegant style with cutting-edge technology. Omega  What do men on the moon, the Olympic games, and James Bond have in common? Why, Omega watches, of course! Omegas have timed Olympic athletes since 1932, flown to the moon with the astronauts, and appeared in many of the 007 movies! Panerai  This luxury watch company was founded in Italy in 1860. It’s well-known for innovations like establishing the first watchmaking school in Florence and supplying watches for the earliest Italian Navy frogmen. It also created the first luminescent dials. Seiko  This Japanese company is well-respected for its long history of watchmaking innovations. Today, Seiko watches are the perfect combination of function, style, and fashion. TAG Heuer  This Swiss luxury watchmaker produces beautiful and affordable timepieces that are also highly functional. In fact, its chronographs are very popular among members of the motor racing world. Tudor This company is a more affordable sister brand to the iconic Rolex. Like Rolex, Tudor watches are reliable, durable, and stylish. Because they feature the same oyster case as the Rolex, Tudors also make excellent dive watches. Why Shop for Gifts at WatchShopping.com? If you’re looking for the best gift watches for men, you can’t do better than browse our extensive collection of 100% authentic luxury watches. We offer convenience, superb customer service, and unbelievably discounted prices when shopping online with us.

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