Enthusiasts love Seiko’s rugged Prospex watches because of their solid build and features that place them a tier above the brand’s more basic offerings. This particular Seiko Prospex Solar Chronograph has a lot going on, as hinted by its busy dial, which offers the user a ton of useful information. Seiko calls this type of watch “Solar,” but it’s actually charged by any light and not just the sun — and that means you never have to worry about keeping it wound like a mechanical watch, or about changing a battery.
Further, the watch features a handy chronograph function and a slide rule bezel that is designed to help pilots make various types of necessary calculations. (It also happens to look badass). Water-resistant to 100m in a chunky 45mm-wide steel case, you can get one now for around $250 by entering the code “REFRESH” at checkout. That’s about half its retail price, which is already a good value.
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