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Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph Watch in White


Color: White

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A handsome, precision chronograph inspired by ‘60’s-era international sporting competition chronographs

This Prospex Speedtimer Solar Chronograph Watch is a precision chronograph that’s inspired by the very first chronographs Seiko developed for international sporting events in the 1960s. Powered by solar energy and able to measure up to 60 minutes of elapsed time in ⅕-second increments with a split time function, this chronograph is purpose-built for the sporting man.

  • A precision chronograph that’s built with accurate sports timekeeping in mind
  • Solar-powered movement never needs a battery replaced
  • Seiko V192 movement
  • Power reserve lasts approximately six months
  • White dial with sand-blasted texture and black subdials for a classically handsome look
  • Black tachymeter bezel
  • LumiBrite hands and markers for visibility at night
  • Curved sapphire crystal for superior scratch resistance
  • Chronograph measures up to 60 minutes of elapsed time in ⅕-second increments with a split time function
  • Date calendar
  • Stainless steel case and bracelet
  • Tri-fold push button release clasp
  • Water-resistant to 100 meters
  • Case: Stainless steel
  • Crystal: Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
  • Band: Stainless steel
  • Made in Japan
Movement Seiko V192
Movement Type Solar
Duration Approx. 6 months
Case Material Stainless steel
Crystal Scratch-resistant sapphire crystal
Lume LumiBrite on hands and indexes
Bezel Tachymeter
Water Resistance 100 m / 330 ft
Case Thickness 13.3 mm
Case Diameter 39 mm
Case Length 45.5 mm
Case Back Screw-down
Display Date
Chronograph Yes
24-hour Subdial Yes

When we think of Seiko, one word comes to mind: legacy. Founded in 1881 by entrepreneur Kintaro Hattor in the heart of Tokyo, Seiko knows every nook and cranny of what makes an elite watch truly incredible. In those 130+ years, they came up with lasting innovations like the first quartz watch, the first titanium dive watch, and the first multi-functional digital watch. Needless to say, Seiko continues to push the watch game forward.

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