Seiko Prospex Analog SSC017

What do we have here? Right, another Solar Power dive watch. Seiko is killing the eco-friendly game! This mechanism is hassle-free as you don’t need to recharge the battery. Place it under the direct sunlight and you have got yourself a watch with 6-months worth of natural functioning. There are other features in this model every diver would appreciate having – a versatile design, a function-full display, and the black and blue aesthetics. The Hardlex window is responsible for your dial to stay scratchproof and shockproof, while the unidirectional bezel is in charge of the smooth operating activity of the watch that is accompanied by the clicking sound during the rotation.

Still not convinced? Well, here’s the promising part – this watch has an ISO 6425 certification. Be certain that your new purchase will function under the water in an efficient and wasteless manner.

Our Overall Review

4.3

Things we like:

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    The black and blue dial is attractive;
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    The chronograph features split timing windows;
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    The recharge is extra easy due to the solar power movement

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe dial may seem cluttered with the three subdials;
  • check-markThe date feature on the dial may be hard to see

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Seiko Prospex Analog SSC017

Specs & Features

  • Case & Strap: Stainless Steel
  • Movement: Caliber V175 Solar quartz
  • Water-Resistance: 200m
  • Diameter: 43mm
  • Details: Lumibrite lume on hands and markers, three chronograph subdials, Hardlex dial window
  • Warranty: 2 years
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Our Overall Review

4.3

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    The black and blue dial is attractive;
  • check-mark
    The chronograph features split timing windows;
  • check-mark
    The recharge is extra easy due to the solar power movement

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe dial may seem cluttered with the three subdials;
  • check-markThe date feature on the dial may be hard to see

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