History of the only manufacture with every watchmaking expertise.

The story of Seiko began in 1881, when a 22 year old entrepreneur,
Kintaro Hattori, opened a shop selling and repairing watches and clocks in central Tokyo.

Today, after more than 130 years of innovation, Kintaro Hattori’s company is
still dedicated to the perfection that the founder always strove to achieve.

On the following pages you can explore Seiko’s long history
and see many of our landmark watches.

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About this item

The world’s first GPS solar watch. By connecting to the GPS network, the Astron adjusts at the touch of a button to your time zone and, by taking all the energy it needs from light alone, never needs a battery change.



Case Material : Titanium case Bezel: ceramics Case back: titanium
Glass Material: Sapphire crystal glass
Glass Coating: Super-clear coating

Case Size
46.1 ㎜
51.4 ㎜

The Perimeter of Bracelet
200 ㎜

Caliber Number
Driving System: GPS Solar
Duration: Operating for approx. 6 months (when fully charged) power save: approx. 2 years

Water Resistance
10 bar water resistance
Magnetic Reluctance
Magnetic resistance
Other Features
Screw case back
Against allergy to metal
Tachymeter functio
Overcharge prevention function
Power save function
Chronograph up to 6 hours in 1/5 second increments
World time function (40 time zones)
Power reserve function
Time zone adjustment by receiving gps signals from gps satellites automatic time adjustment function
Satellite acquisition status display function
Reception result display function
Function to prevent the gps signal reception function from working (in-flight mode)
Automatic hand position alignment function