Man, I thought my Russian Zlatoust Diver was a beast. This thing is actually a voice watch dealie. You dial 117, the number for Japanese time and weather, and it repeats the time for you. I also think the name, Zihotch, is highly suggestive and can be used in everyday conversation. “What are you up to, zihotch?”
Check it out here.
Standard excellent review by WatchReport. Nice look at a worldtime Seiko.
The SNJ005’s world time feature is probably its primary appeal. It allows you to easily check the time in one of 28 different cities, and to watch two time zones simultaneously. I really like the way you select cities with the SNJ005, as well. All 28 cities are abbreviated around the bezel of the watch starting with GMT at the 12 o’clock position, and whenever you are prompted to select a city (in time set mode, world time mode, and world alarm mode), you press a button to advance the second hand until it points to the desired city. In case you’re not sure what the abbreviation stands for, the full name of the city scrolls across the top LCD.
Watch Report | Review of the Seiko Sportura SNJ005