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Seiko Men’s SNE032 Two-Tone Stainless Steel Solar Watch

(10 customer reviews)

$215.00 $98.98

Imported
Round watch featuring logoed white dial with stick indices, luminous hands, and day/date window at 3 o’clock. 10-month power reserve once fully charged
Quartz movement with analog display
Water resistant to 30 m (99 ft): In general, withstands splashes or brief immersion in water, but not suitable for swimming.
37 mm stainless steel case with Hardlex dial window
Stainless steel bracelet with gold-tone center links and fold-over clasp with push-button closure

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Seiko Men’s SNE032 Two-Tone Stainless Steel Solar Watch

Stainless steel case with a two-tone (silver and gold-tone) stainless steel bracelet. Fixed gold-tone bezel. White dial with luminous hands and stick hour markers. Minute markers around the outer rim. Luminiscent hands. Date and day of the week display at the 3 o’clock position. Quartz movement. Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal. Solid case back. Case diameter: 37 mm. Case thickness: 9.6 mm. Fold-over-clasp-with-push-button. Water resistant at 30 meters / 100 feet. Functions: date, day, solar. Seiko Two-tone Solar Mens Watch SNE032.

Solar. No battery change required and powered by all types of light. Solar cell with high performance electricity generation. Energy-efficient movement with long power reserve. This dress watch has a brushed and polished two-tone, stainless steel case and bracelet which creates an elegant finish. The timepiece is constructed with a durable crystal that protects the white dial. LumiBrite hands and English/Spanish day/date calendar. 30 meters water resistant.

From Humble beginnings, Kintaro Hattori’s Vision for Seiko has become reality. A consuming passion for excellence – imprinted in our Corporate DNA passed from generation to generation. Seiko, for 125 years committed to the art and science of time.

A culture of innovation connects a 19th century Tokyo clock shop with 20th century advances in timekeeping to an extraordinary 21st century “quiet revolution.” Continually driven by dedication and passion, established a multitude of world’s first technologies… transforming the principles of timekeeping.

The first quartz wristwatch – changed the history of time.

The first Kinetic – marked a new era in quartz watch technology.

In 1969, Seiko Astron, the first quartz wristwatch – was introduced.

In an instant, Seiko exponentially improved the accuracy of wristwatches –And Seiko technology firmly established today’s standard in Olympic and sports timing.

1984, another celebrated first – Kinetic Technology – powered by body movement.

Kinetic – a quartz mechanism with unparalleled accuracy –the driving force behind more world’s firsts.

Kinetic Chronograph – the next generation of high performance timekeeping.

Kinetic Auto Relay – automatically resets to the correct time.

Kinetic Perpetual – combining the date perfect technology of perpetual calendar with the genius of Kinetic Auto Relay.

And now Kinetic Direct Drive – move, and the watch is powered automatically. Or hand wind it and see the power you are generating in real time.

In the realm of fine watches, time is measured by Seiko innovation – A heritage of dedication to the art and science of time.

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10 reviews for Seiko Men’s SNE032 Two-Tone Stainless Steel Solar Watch

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    dharmaraja

    Beautiful watch, elegant in its simplicity. Cannot praise it too highly. Love the two tone color-scheme, which makes this watch look luxurious. I have had it for several years, but : a) it has never needed to be recharged (by exposure to extra light), and b) the “scratch-resistant” watchface has indeed remained pristine. It gives me just what I need , the time and the date—thank Heaven it does not have a bunch of other buttons and dials to gratuitously add to the complexity of my existence, or multiply the chances for a breakdown.

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    Main Line Mama

    Fabulous Watch. I am very selective about any accessory I wear all the time! I love mixed metal watches for the versatility! This watch with a white face and great display for the day and date is so easy to read. I can check the time so discreetly! The fact that this is solar powered is so wonderful. I took this watch to my watch guy to adjust the band and it was great to know that I am not going back for a new battery! Seiko watches have always been dependable. Wonderful gift from husband who is a watch guru!Follow up! I have worn this watch every day for 4 years. No problems and easy to read. I am considering a man’s tank watch from Seiko that is also solar powered. But this watch will continue to be my work horse watch!

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    Average Joe

    This is my second Seiko watch in my lifetime. The first I lost forty years ago to the bottom of a creek during a canoeing trip. Since then, I’ve owned a countless number of Timex’s (nothing wrong with them), but the only dressy time watches they make have elastic bands, which pull on arm hair, or leather straps which I don’t really care for. I also owned an Elgin, but it eats through batteries almost as fast as I can put them in.I kept looking at the Seiko’s on Amazon and was drawn to this one for its simplicity and its nice appearance. I also like the fact it has luminous hands. But the biggest feature I was interested in was the solar charge feature. No more batteries to replace for a while.When I received the watch, almost immediately after I removed it from the box, the second hand was off to the races. It was simple to set the month, day, & time and afterwards, I left it under my bright lamp to charge the battery. So far, it keeps excellent time and hasn’t varied off my cell phone tower’s time any at all.The biggest challenge I had was removing the links from the band to fit my wrist, but with the proper tools it isn’t too difficult. I do like the fold-over clasp band because it doesn’t pull the hair on my arms at all.Very nice watch for the price. I look forward to having it for many years to come. I just won’t take it on any canoe trips!

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    Chris

    I needed a new watch after my old one died after 12 years of superb service. This amazing Seiko checks all the boxes for me. It is classic (no shiny crystals), beautiful, easy to read, and the band adjusts w/o problem. The solar charging feature is frosting on the cake. I was so tired of having to replace batteries on my old watch. The price is also remarkable. Comparable watches are at least double. I absolutely LOVE this watch. Hopefully this will last at least as long as my former one. (Female buyer)

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    Bill Branscum

    This was purchased for my Dad who is 85 … I wanted a watch that looked very much like the watch it replaced, and I am a fan of Seiko Solar watches. This is the fourth Seiko Solar I’ve bought, and it’s actually a much better watch FOR MY DAD than the Rolex it replaced, since his activity level doesn’t keep the automatic movement wound, and he gets confused when the Rolex stops. This is a very nice looking dress/casual wear watch.

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    NJOceanView

    I purchased this item on my own with no compensation for this review. Please click on Helpful at the bottom of this review if what I wrote is useful to you.I needed a watch that looked good enough to wear with a suit or even a tux if the need arose, but could also be worn with a plain Oxford or polo shirt. Seikos are notoriously accurate, so I started my search there. I was happy to replace a battery every couple of years, but sure enough this one is solar powered, so the battery stays full as long as there is normal exposure to outside or even inside light.But I really bought it for the design. It looks snappy, and doesn’t break the bank. Highly recommend.

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    Elroy W. Wessel

    This watch is just what I wanted; not expensive, looks great, keeps exact time, and doesn’t require battery replacement. I was a little reluctant to order it at first. I usually check the lowest star ratings of an item before I decide to order, found that the major problems were: doesn’t keep correct time, battery charging doesn’t work, and bracelet doesn’t fit. I found that reading the furnished instructions solved all but the bracelet sizing. The bracelet was too large for me so went on the internet and searched for ‘sizing the bracelet.’ There are many how to available, the most up to date one I found included pictures of each action and involved using a paper clip and needle nosed pliers. The watch comes not ready to simply wind it and wear it and it will keep correct time, the solar battery must be charged, a chart, of with what light sources and time to fully charge, is included.I had, but lost, an exact quartz model of this watch for over 20 years, it kept perfect time but required many battery replacements plus extra charges over the years which should not be required with this watch.

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    Dubs

    I never want to know what time it is – but what time it isn’t. A quick glance at an analog watch quickly indicates how much time is needed before some required activity – leaving to work, TV show about to start, etc. After getting tired of replacing batteries, a friend gave me a Seiko self-winding watch that looks like this one and it lasted over 10 years with NO effort on my part. It started to fail so this was bought to replace it with the theory it has fewer moving parts. And, the other one could not be left off for more than 36 hours (4 hours near the end) or it would stop. This watch can sit forever on a dresser and get simply daylight each day and never quit. As I said, “Best watch ever.”

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    BK

    This is a nice watch at a good price. The solar feature recharges the battery when in strong enough light, so no worries about replacing the battery at least for a few years.There are no instructions included for adjusting the band size, but it’s not hard once you figure out how it’s done. If you need to adjust it, cut off about a one inch straight length of a paper clip. Select a link with an arrow (photo below), use the paper clip piece to push the link in the direction the arrow is pointing. Use a solid surface to set one end of the paper clip on, the other end on the pin in the watchband, then steadily push the watchband down until the pin pops out the top. (see photo – the paper clip is on the bottom, the pin is being pushed out the top.) Not exactly jewelers tools, but it works.

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    Dale Forsyth

    This is my favorite watch (model SNE032), and I have and have had several. I’ve had it 4 years now. Because it is solar (light-powered) I never have to worry about wearing it periodically to keep it going (as I do on the other Seiko that I have and also like, (SKA366 Kinetic Black Ion watch). This watch (silver and gold) is lighter than the black one, and more comfortable, just the right weight for me. (I have a lighter watch and prefer this weight as more “substantial”.) Neither watch is “smart” and does not know how many days are in a month, so does need adjustment of the date on months with less than 31 days. I like the band and clasp a lot. Neither have shown wear, but I wear the watch to an office job and not out in the yard for everyday use. I highly recommend this watch. The gold and stainless (sliver) look great together and if you like the looks of this watch I’m sure you will like it.

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