Seiko Presage SARX049

The Seiko SARX049 is a very classic looking watch that will be ideal for the office and formal occasions. It has a distinctive white enamel dial which you will find amazing for its $600 price range. The case is 40.5mm wide and 12.4mm thick with a length of 47.8mm tip to tip. It comes with a leather strap, which will be easy to replace with the 20mm lug width. Under the protective scratch-resistant sapphire crystal you will find blued hands, playing very well with the light, they match perfectly with the white enamel dial and its Roman numerals. A date function is present too, surrounded by a discrete black frame.

  • Ref: Seiko SARX049
  • Diameter: 40.50 mm
  • Thickness: 12.40 mm
  • Lug width: 20.00 mm
  • Caliber: Seiko 6R15

The watch is powered by the renowned Seiko 6R15 automatic movement offering hand-winding and hacking functionality with 50 hours of power reserve. This fine calibre can be admired through the transparent exhibition case back. The signed crown looks amazing on this watch, it is very easy to grip and reinforces the classical look of this gorgeous timepiece. The water resistance is 100m, more than enough for most formal activities. The Seiko SARX049 is simply a timeless watch that offers great value for money.

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