Tag Archives: kinetic watches

A Review of Seiko Velatura Kinetic Direct Drive SRH011P1 SRH011P SRH011

The Kinetic movement was very successful for Seiko. Via the push of a button you could see how much of a charge remained in the battery. This relieved the owner of ever having to replace the watch battery, and gave them the accuracy of a quartz movement. Unlike the conventional quartz watch powered by the […]

The Review of Seiko Kinetic SKA429P1 SKA429P SKA429 100M Men’s Watch

SKA429P1 is a  another fantastic watch  from Seiko.  This is a kinetic men’s watch with water resistant of 100 m.  This watch is an analog quartz watch. This watch is equipped with an automatic generating system developed by Seiko. It generates the electrical energy to power the watch utilizing the movement of the arm. It […]

A Review of Seiko Premier Kinetic Direct Drive SRH009P1 SRH009P SRH009 Watch

Seiko has launched a new range of “Kinetic” watches which automatically generate electrical energy through the wearer’s wrist movement. Now entering their third decade, the latest Kinetic incarnation offers a second winding function called “Direct Drive” which gives the wearer the option of winding the crown to power the device. Kinetic Direct Drive shows not […]

An Overview of Seiko Kinetic SKA433P1 SKA433P SKA433 Men’s Watch

Seiko Kinetic watches are powered by the motion of the wearer’s arm and stores the energy in the Kinetic electricity storage unit with no battery ever needed. After charged they will go for number of months without being worn. If it gets low, with just the movement of the arm it recharges. There is also […]

An Article on Seiko Kinetic Diver’s Watch 200m SKA369P1 SKA369P SKA369

Build quality is superb, not the typical folded link bracelet most Seiko’s come with, this one is solid stainless steel, and wears great. The case and bracelet integrate nicely, and although this is a pretty heafty chunk of stainless steel it is really comfortable, even on skinny wrists. The dark blue dial is big and […]