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Seiko Astron GPS Solar 5X53 Dual-time

Seiko is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Astron GPS Solar line with a new collection of watches that feature an all-new design with titanium construction. The watches feature a 42.7mm titanium case with a matching bracelet and a super-hard coating that's resistant to scratches. It's also fitted with a sapphire crystal bezel with UTC markers and the watch is powered by its slimmest and most advanced GPS Solar movement, the 5X53 Dual-Time. Time is set via a single button and the watch connects to GPS twice a day to ensure the correct time no matter where you are on the planet. And when the watch is fully charged, it can operate for up to six months and can even stay powered for up to two years when the power save mode is activated. 

The watch will come in a limited edition model that will hit stores this May and three other non-limited editions will arrive this July. 


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