|Price||592 € (= $644)|
|Case diameter||43 mm|
|Bracelet length||191 mm|
|Lug width||25 mm Size guide|
|Buckle width||25 mm|
This model cannot be shipped to Europe Economic Area (EEA).
Imagine a watch which has a history dating way back to 1881. That was the year of founding of Seiko Holdings Corporation. Today, Seiko watches are almost always linked with high-precision quartz watches which are dependable, affordable and personable too. The word “Seiko” stands for exquisite in Japanese. That is one adjective that can be applied to Seiko watches because they have gorgeous attention to detail. Seiko is known to produce almost all components for its watches through in-house manufacturing units. Seiko also has a rich sporting legacy, having been official timekeeper to several Olympic Games and World Cups too.
Sailing – it can be one of the toughest sports pitting man against some unbelievably harsh elements. And one watch that was built for such a scenario comes from the house of Seiko in the form of the Velatura series. The collection is a result of watches that Seiko built in alliance with the International 49er, the fastest in the Olympic regatta.