Experience the Perfect Balance of Form and Function with this Timeless Timepiece.
About The Product
Introducing the Seiko SRPB41
The epitome of timeless elegance and impeccable craftsmanship. At Seiko, we take great pride in producing watches that not only tell time but also make a bold statement. This particular model, the SRPB41, is a true testament to our commitment to excellence.
Design and Materials Crafted from high-quality stainless steel
The SRPB41 boasts a classic, yet refined design that is sure to impress. The round case, measuring 40.5mm in diameter, is complemented by a beautiful blue dial that features luminous hands and markers. The watch also comes with a scratch-resistant Hardlex crystal and a date window at the 3 o’clock position.
Movement At the heart of the SRPB41
Seiko’s 4R35 automatic movement, which boasts a power reserve of up to 41 hours. The movement also features hacking and hand-winding capabilities, making it a reliable and accurate timepiece.
Bracelet The SRPB41 comes with a stainless steel bracelet that is both sturdy and comfortable to wear. The bracelet is secured with a three-fold clasp with a secure lock and push-button release, ensuring that the watch stays on your wrist securely.
The SRPB41 has a water resistance of up to 100 meters, making it suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but not diving.
In summary, the Seiko SRPB41 is a watch that offers the perfect balance of style and substance. It is a timepiece that is not only visually stunning but also highly functional and reliable. If you’re looking for a watch that makes a statement while still being practical, the SRPB41 is the perfect choice.
- UPC: 029665190338
- case color: Silver
- case material: Stainless Steel
- case shape: Round
- color: Blue
- gender: Unisex
- movement: Analog
- case size (width): 40.5mm
- strap material: Stainless Steel
- strap color: Silver
- water resistance: 50m / 5atm (bar)
Seiko, one of Japan’s most innovative and fully integrated watchmakers, boasts a heritage that goes back over 140 years. It is known for creating many watchmaking milestones: the world’s first quartz watch, Japan’s first dive watch, and also Japan’s first chronograph timepiece. Today, Seiko watches have long been the gold standard for watchmaking precision, excellent craftsmanship, and perfect durability. Its line-up includes the Seiko 5, Credor, Prospex, Presage, Velatura, and the Grand Seiko series.