- Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 13 x 13.5 cm ; 168 g
- 1 Lithium Metal batteries required.
- Item model number: SNZH55K1
- ASIN: B0045D6570
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 16 November 2013
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #36,954 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
Seiko Analog Multi-Color Dial Men's Watch - SNZH55K1
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- Dial Color: Multi-Color, Case Shape: Round
- Band Color: Multi-Color, Band Material: Synthetic
- Watch Movement Type: Quartz, Watch Display Type: Analog
- Warranty type: Manufacturer; 2 Years Manufacturer Warranty
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|Band Width||20 Millimeters|
|Case Diameter||42 Millimeters|
|Case Thickness||14 Millimeters|
|Clasp||Deployment Clasp with Push Button|
|Item Weight||168 Grams|
|Water Resistance Depth||100 Meters|
|Warranty Description||2 Years Manufacturer Warranty|
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A while later I picked up this black SNZH55K1 version and the black on black really looks great. Unique watch that really doesn't owe it's design to anything. I know there are a lot of comparisons to the Blancpain FF but beyond the crystal bezel insert I don't really see much of a similarity.
A lot of reviewers trash the bracelet on these Seiko 5's. Though it's not a traditional "oyster" or "president" style, I have to say I like it. It feels pretty solid and it fits my wrist better than a lot of other watches I own....just seems to have the right width and balance for my wrist which is something I can't say for my SKX models even with heavier aftermarket bracelets.
One thing to note....the SNZH55"K" version is non-Japanese built and the SNZH55"J" version is the fully Japan-built model. I ordered the "J" version after I got the K version...just to see if it was any better. I was surprised to find out that the fit and finish on the "J: version were not as good as the "K" version. The J model second hand had an unfinished rough look where the K version second hand was perfect finish and polish. Small stuff, but go figure.
Haven't done any swimming with it and I am not a diver, but these 100m Seiko 5's haven't leaked on me yet.
-100m water resistance, which even if you don't dive is the minimum that you're going to need to reliably protect your watch while swimming or in the shower.
-Day/Date function because you need it even if you don't think you do.
-Style. You can dress it up to a suit or down to jeans as is but the option is also available to switch out bands.
-Rotating bezel because you'll never know when you need a timer. There is a nice satisfying click to it.
I've had it on my wrist for over a week now and there is no perceptable inaccuracy in time. I have taken it off to sleep a few times and despite what other reviews say it has easily lasted an entire night without winding.
I've admired automatic watches for a long time and this makes a great entry. Don't buy a crap one to get started, I am sure glad I didn't. For the price point there is absolutely nothing to take off a star for.
BTW I could be wrong but I believe, based on my research, that this review should essentially represent anything in the SNZH5 line, with the last digit only being changes in color.
Update on 5/12/2018: I've been wearing the watch nearly constantly for almost a month and a half now. I've had to adjust it a total of three minutes. That's what we call a statistically insignificant amount of inaccuracy.
Update on 9/3/2018: I still love the watch and it has essentially not left my wrist since I got it. It is about 1 minute ahead after almost six months. I did scratch the crystal by accidentally letting it rub on concrete, but it's not sapphire crystal so I'm not surprised. The thing I am surprised by is that even in our age of phones, I am constantly using the bezel timer. It's much more handy than I thought. I use it for cooking, taking breaks at work, ect. It's so easy to just reach down and turn it. I absolutely do not regret buying.
I have now owned this watch for a couple months. Still love it. As others have stated, the power reserve is at best 24 hours, but that is if you’ve been quite active before taking it off. Sitting at my desk doing sedentary work, the watch will last about 10-12 hours off wrist. The lume is so-so. Overall a great vintage looking watch. May be worth putting sapphire crystal on it later on. Still a very nice looking time piece that keeps time very well when worn.