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Seiko issues a modern version of their 1982 Hybrid Diver's Watch

The solar-powered battery can keep the watch charged for six months.
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Seiko 1982 Hybrid Diver's Watch

Seiko is returning the 80s with a modern version of its popular 1982 Hybrid Diver's Watch. The new SNJ028 has a solar-powered design that requires no battery changes and can stay powered for a total of six months on a full charge. The 47.8mm dive watch has a one-way elapsed rotating bezel, a matte black case, rose gold accents, LumiBrite hands and markers, and analog and digital displays. It also features a local time mode, power reserve indicator, a chronograph, alarm, and water resistance up to 200M/660ft. 


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