Seiko Velatura Kinetic Direct Drive SRH015P2 Mens Watch
The Seiko Velatura Kinetic Direct Drive SRH015P2 mens watch proves to be a great toy for watch enthusiasts, especially them with a penchant for large and heavy things in life.
Singapore, Singapore, September 15, 2015 (Newswire.com) - The Seiko Velatura Kinetic Direct Drive SRH015P2 mens watch proves to be a great toy for watch enthusiasts, especially them with a penchant for large and heavy things in life. However, while these two properties of the Seiko Velatura Kinetic Direct Drive SRH015P2 are enough to compel the lovers of heft towards making a purchase, others might like to know couple more things before putting their money down.
Firstly, it’s the yellow and prominent seconds- and power-reserve indicator hands; next, it’s the bold minute-markers (5-minutes). Both the colours just jump out of the charcoal black dial! Other colours that come into play are that of the power-reserve and the day-denoting arcs, both give out a rainbow effect upon angular viewing. They are beautiful to look at and impart a look to the watch that you can’t find in any other. The arcs also have an integrated, uniform look, which other Direct Drive models lack.
It is the Elite Collection dial that makes the colours come off so beautifully. It also exhibits different depth levels; the centre plate is placed higher to bring a 3D look. There’s also a wavy texture that keeps things from turning bland like others do.
The lume is laid generously on the hands surfaces. In broad daylight, it appears white, which is a stark contrast to the black dial but once in a dim setting, they light up brilliantly.
Some might complaint on why the Seiko Sportura is written a bit off centre; however, it shall please the lovers of non-traditional, modern looks.
Now to the mechanism. Kinetic is commonplace now and there are many who are irritated simply because they need to wear the watch to charge or at best, keep it shaking for a considerable period. With Seiko Sportura Chronograph, the problem gets solved; winding the crown is lot easier and less time consuming and it lets you see how much charge you gathered in the watch. That way, you can wind to your satisfaction, leaving nothing to your assumption. Besides, it’s fun to see the indicator hand jumping with every turn of the crown. It’s more practical and bumped the plain Kinetic mechanism up one level without asking you to pay with an arm and a leg.
The mechanism also consists of an over-charge/discharge protection, which is a guard against the electrical storage units losing their storage capacity. But now, you have circuits that stop the damage, both ways. Seiko Sportura Titanium really worked on the issue; even if you want to leave it unused for longer periods, the Li-ion storages are not going to give up.
The band/strap and clasp are meaty and thick while the satin finish is smooth and impeccable. The case back has etched lettering and deep diagonal lines run across giving it a very dynamic look.
A must for them looking for a watch that has substantial wrist presence!
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