When you look at a dial with so many elements and do not find it confusing, it means that watchmakers did a great job. Crafted to pull the attention, the Seiko Premier World Timer is a type of watch that provides both, functionality and fun.
The striking design is common for all watches from the Premier Collection, known as the Seiko’s leading dress line. The recognizable bold look comes with classic elegance, combined with attractive modern elements.
Seiko Premier World Timer watches give you a chance to track accurate time in 24 major cities (23 time zones), which is a great feature for all men who travel a lot for business and pleasure. Names of 24 cities are inscribed in two rows on the large bezel. While the central luminous hands show world time, the 24 hours sub-dial at the 12 o’clock position indicates local time.
The Seiko Premier World Timer timepiece also has a second time sub-dial at the 9 o’clock position and an alarm indicator, located at the 6 o’clock position. A minute track, along with a date window, takes the central part of the dial, surrounded by Lumibrite hour indices and stylish Roman numerals at the outer rim.
Three Masculine Variations
The accurate Japanese quartz movement beats inside the robust 45.5 mm stainless steel case which is just 10 mm thick. The caseback is screwed, contributing to the nice water-resistance up to 100 meters (330 feet). Covered by a sapphire crystal, the dial is nicely protected from reflections.
These attractive Seiko watches are available either with a stainless steel bracelet, or with a black leather strap, incorporating a three-fold clasp, with a push button release.
There are three variations of the Seiko Premier Alarm World Timer. The SPL009P1 has a stainless steel bracelet and a black dial, with gray hands and markers. The next model, with the referent number SPL010P1, has a stylish two-tone steel bracelet, with the matching dial that features a white surface and gold-tone hands and indices.
Finally, the model SPL011P1 possesses the most refined look, combining a white dial, with an elegant black leather strap. In any case, you will not make a mistake. If you like worldtimers, a quality Japanese timepiece for less than 300 U.S. dollars will be a pretty good choice.