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Trending: Seiko Solar SNE329

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Trending: Seiko Solar SNE329

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With a 43mm wide stainless steel case and large markings on its sunray blue dial, the Seiko SNE329 brings a bold statement and a lot of wrist presence to the table. Taking the legibility of the military field watch aesthetic, it features prominent numbers and minute markings, all painted with luminous LumiBrite paint. A day/date window blends into the 3 o’clock marker, and slim sword-style hands further emphasize the oversized numerals that dominate the dial design. Together with the large luminous triangle at the 12 o’clock position, dial orientation with this timepiece is a breeze in the dark. The coin-edged bezel breaks up the large details, and provides a small visual highlight in the form of a triangle marker also at 12 o’clock. The SNE329 runs on Seiko’s own V158 movement, providing quartz accuracy while running off a rechargeable battery powered by photovoltaic cells. The brand’s own Hardlex crystal glass and a matching blue nylon strap round out the rest of the package. If you’re looking for a big and bold EDC watch that you don’t have to worry about batteries for, the Seiko Solar SNE329 delivers. Check it out at the link below.

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