Seiko - H021 -7001 - Men - 2011-present

Description
Seiko - H021 -7001 - Men - 2011-present
Quartz - Steel

Seiko Analog Digital World Timer Alarm Chorono
Cal. H021 -7001 Watch

Worlds first Quartz watch with Daylight Savings Time memory. Time is automatically adjusted for DST.
Shows time and corresponding date for 28 cities and the difference between main time and world time. Unique scrolling window shows a digital readout of the city selected.
Time Transfer Function: Main hands instantly adjust to display the time in selected city when in World Time mode.
Perpetual Calendar: Self adjusting Day/Date calendar begins each month with correct date and automatically adjusts for leap years to the year 2040.
Digital display of seconds, minutes, hours, day, date, and month.
Chronograph records elapsed time up to 99 hours, 59 minutes, 59 seconds in 1/1000 seconds.
Two-Channel world time alarm can be set to ring in minutes on a 24 hour basis for two designated cities.
Luminous hands.
Digital battery life indicator: "Battery Change" is displayed when the battery needs to be replaced.

Size: Men's
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 41 mm
Case Thickness: 11mm
Dial Color: dark
Wonderful watch for every day or for collection.
The stainless steel case is in excellent condition
The watch is in very good working condition.
All function works very good.
The glass and case,dial are very nice - like new.
Hands & Hour Indexes are original in very nice condition.
Crown and buckle are orginal ,strap is orginal
The dial is in a very nice condition
working well keeping good time .
Buyers outside the EU please check your local taxes. We are not responsible for those costs.

Insured shipped. TNT, Fedex Or DHL. For Europe about 3 days. 

Lot details
Brand
Seiko
Reference Number
H021 -7001
Gender
Men
Period
2011-present
Movement
Quartz
Case material
Steel
Type
Analogue wristwatch
Shipped Insured
Yes
Condition
Worn & in very good condition
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