Seiko #SNKL88 Men’s Gold Tone Stainless Steel Black Dial Automatic Watch with box caliber 7S26-01V0 white Dial

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Seiko #SNKL88 Men’s Gold Tone Stainless Steel Black Dial Automatic Watch with box caliber 7S26-01V0 white Dial
Preowned Price
Japan 21 Jewels Automatic Self-Winding Movement (Caliber 7S26)
Stainless Steel Case and Band with Push Button Deployment Clasp
Hardlex Mineral Crystal, Day/Date Display with Spanish Option, Luminous Markers
Case Size: 38mm Diameter, 11mm Thickness
Water Resistant – 30M, Transparent Screwed Down Caseback
DESCRIPTION
SEIKO 5 – the meaning of the “5” A great marketer had the idea in the 70ies: to be a SEIKO 5, the watch has to have the following 5 (five) attributes (thus the name SEIKO 5): 1. Automatic, 2. Water resistant, 3. Shock resistant, 4. Date, 5. Day. Please note that some SEIKO 5’s are in fact SEIKO 4’s, if the “Day” function is omitted, then the Caliber 7S25 is used. The only difference to the normally found 7S26 is the omission of the day wheel. Also re-issues of SEIKO 5 Sports often use the 7S36 caliber. Again the 7S36 is similar to the most popular 7S26, yet it features 23 Jewels as opposed to the 21 Jewels in the 7S26. Please note that all these movements beat at a rate of 21’600 bph (beats per hour) or 6 bps (beats per second). As a comparison, an ETA 2824-2 beats at 28’800 bph or 8 bps. A Miyota 82xx beats at 21’600 bph. Why do I mention these three movements? Because they are found in probably 80% of all inexpensive automatic wrist watches. A market share that is huge, yet challenged these days (2006) by an increasing share of inexpensive China Made automatic movements An automatic watch (also called a self-winding watch) is a mechanical watch, typically with a balance wheel escapement, whose mainspring is wound by the motion of the wearer’s arm, instead of having to be wound manually every day. Whereas a quartz watch is powered by electricity, a mechanical watch is powered by a mainspring which must be rewound for the watch to keep time
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name SEIKO
Model number SNKL88
Part Number SNKL88K1
Dial window material type Hardlex Crystal, Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Push Button Deployment Clasp
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 38 millimeters
Case Thickness 11 millimeters
Band Material Stainless Steel
Dial colour white dial Self prient
Band Color Black
Dial color Gold, Black
Calendar Day-Date
Special features Analog Display, 21 Jewels, 30M Water Resistance
Movement Japanese Automatic
Water resistant depth 30 Meters
Free Cash on Delivery Available Nationwide

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Seiko #SNKL88 Men’s Gold Tone Stainless Steel Black Dial Automatic Watch with box caliber 7S26-01V0 white Dial
Preowned Price
Japan 21 Jewels Automatic Self-Winding Movement (Caliber 7S26)
Stainless Steel Case and Band with Push Button Deployment Clasp
Hardlex Mineral Crystal, Day/Date Display with Spanish Option, Luminous Markers
Case Size: 38mm Diameter, 11mm Thickness
Water Resistant – 30M, Transparent Screwed Down Caseback
DESCRIPTION
SEIKO 5 – the meaning of the “5” A great marketer had the idea in the 70ies: to be a SEIKO 5, the watch has to have the following 5 (five) attributes (thus the name SEIKO 5): 1. Automatic, 2. Water resistant, 3. Shock resistant, 4. Date, 5. Day. Please note that some SEIKO 5’s are in fact SEIKO 4’s, if the “Day” function is omitted, then the Caliber 7S25 is used. The only difference to the normally found 7S26 is the omission of the day wheel. Also re-issues of SEIKO 5 Sports often use the 7S36 caliber. Again the 7S36 is similar to the most popular 7S26, yet it features 23 Jewels as opposed to the 21 Jewels in the 7S26. Please note that all these movements beat at a rate of 21’600 bph (beats per hour) or 6 bps (beats per second). As a comparison, an ETA 2824-2 beats at 28’800 bph or 8 bps. A Miyota 82xx beats at 21’600 bph. Why do I mention these three movements? Because they are found in probably 80% of all inexpensive automatic wrist watches. A market share that is huge, yet challenged these days (2006) by an increasing share of inexpensive China Made automatic movements An automatic watch (also called a self-winding watch) is a mechanical watch, typically with a balance wheel escapement, whose mainspring is wound by the motion of the wearer’s arm, instead of having to be wound manually every day. Whereas a quartz watch is powered by electricity, a mechanical watch is powered by a mainspring which must be rewound for the watch to keep time
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name SEIKO
Model number SNKL88
Part Number SNKL88K1
Dial window material type Hardlex Crystal, Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Push Button Deployment Clasp
Case material Stainless Steel
Case diameter 38 millimeters
Case Thickness 11 millimeters
Band Material Stainless Steel
Dial colour white dial Self prient
Band Color Black
Dial color Gold, Black
Calendar Day-Date
Special features Analog Display, 21 Jewels, 30M Water Resistance
Movement Japanese Automatic
Water resistant depth 30 Meters
Free Cash on Delivery Available Nationwide