SEIKO SOLAR SSC123P1 Specifications :
|Case||Solid Stainless steel|
|Case back||Screw caseback|
|Bracelet||Solid stainless steel|
|Case thickness||12 mm|
|Case diameter||45 mm|
|Features||Hours, minutes and seconds the time display|
12/24 time system
Solar Power Movement: any visible light such as sunlight charging the watch, without frequent battery replacement
24 hours indicators
Timekeeping Functions: 1/5 second increments up to 60 minutes to measure, and may be sub-time
Fully charged can run continuously for 6 months
|Weight after packing||approx. 1kg|
|Inside Box||Original Seiko Box, Instructions, Seiko official warranty card|
How to prevent a solar watch from running out of energy
Q : A Solar watch runs out of energy. What to do?
Try to recharge it often, and make sure to expose it to sunlight by a window for 5-6 hours once every month with the dial facing the sun.
When not wearing the watch, make sure to put it in an environment where it will be exposed to light for recharging.
In order to avoid trouble such as stoppage, please recharge by exposing it to sunlight by a window for 5-6 hours once every month with the dial facing the sun.
Please be careful of the watch running out of energy, especially in autumn and winter since sunlight weakens, and the watch is likely to be hidden under long sleeves.
When exposing the watch to sunlight for recharging, do not leave it on the dashboard of a car, etc. for a long time as the increase of watch temperature to an extremely high level can damage watch parts or cause malfunctions.
Too much exposure to sunlight may damage or discolor leather and urethane bands. Therefore, please do not leave the watch exposed to sunlight except for periodic recharging.