This clock displays the accurate time-of-day generated by SEIKO Precision’s time server.
Please note that the displayed time may have a certain margin of error depending on conditions such as the line speed or your network environment.
Since its establishment in 1881, Seiko has continuously built a reputation for precision, reliability and excellence in innovative technology and design.
The challenge of creating new and better timepieces and responding to market trends has earned Seiko it's leading position today.
Two history-making developments in technology have changed the world of wristwatches - and SEIKO technology has been responsible for both.
Seiko's development of quartz technology led to a revolution in the accuracy of the wristwatch and soon became the model for the world.
With it's development of the world's first analogue quartz watch in 1969, Seiko revolutionized the timepiece, raising the accepted degree of accuracy from, the then-standard, plus or minus several seconds a day to plus or minus several seconds per month.
Today, over 30 years on, Seiko's quartz technology is still setting the standard for the world with levels of accuracy of up to 10 seconds a year.
Seiko innovation and techniques have led the transition to ever more demanding definitions of accuracy.
Seiko's second history-making technical advance came in 1988, when it again raised the industry standards with the invention of the self-winding watch, that required no battery.
KINETIC is the standard-bearer for this revolutionary technology. It makes use of the natural physical movements of the wearer to create the electricity that keeps the watch running with worry-free, always available quartz accuracy. Wherever you are and whatever you do, KINETIC moves to the rhythm of life itself.
2003, saw the re-introduction of the SEIKO 'Arctura' collection, and with it, a new star in the Arctura Kinetic Chronograph. This model reveals yet another ground breaking development in watch-making in the new caliber used with this watch. The new Caliber 7L22 movement has four times as many wheels in its componentry than an ordinary quartz watch, and the movement is hand assembled. This new technology not only allows for a watch with a Chronograph to run without a battery, but also to maintain the style and sleek lines, the Seiko Arctura is renowned for.
Seiko will continue to evolve and grow with the development of new technology and creation of new, innovative products that not only set the standard for the industry, but just as importantly, provide stylish and functional products that all consumers can enjoy.