# Seiko’s new Direct Drive Kinetic movement. The watch can be charged manually by hand winding it, and it charges naturally as the movement of your arm rotates an internal rotor.
# Anti-reflective sapphire crystal.
# Date at the 6 o’clock position, and a retrograde day indicator.
# Stainless steel case and bracelet.
# Three-fold clasp with push-button release.
# Very bright LumiBrite paint on the hour hand, minute hand, and on the hour indices.
# Recessed reset button in case the integrated circuit ever needs a quick reboot.
# Automatic hand alignment which ensures that the power indicator hand is always accurate (calibration occurs every 24 hours).
# Water resistant to 10 bar, 100 meters, or 330 feet.
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