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Hands-On: Grand Seiko Omiwatari SBGY007 (VIDEO)
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The Grand Seiko ‘Omiwatari’ gets its name from a natural phenomenon which occurs in Japan. Lake Suwa, a large lake in central Japan, freezes if winter is harsh enough. A jagged ridge sometimes forms in the ice due to differences in temperature between day and night thereby causing the ice surface to stretch. The pattern this creates looks like a pathway as if a giant or a God crossed the ice. Omiwatari essentially means God’s crossing.

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Case Material :Stainless steel
Glass Material :Dual-curved sapphire crystal
Glass Coating :Anti-reflective coating on inner surface
Case size :Diameter 38.5mm  Lug-to-lug 43.7mm  Thickness 10.2mm
Band Material :Crocodile leather
Clasp type :Three-fold clasp with push button release
Calibre no. :9R31    Instructions
Power reserveRéserve de marche Also known as Power Reserve. A watch's power reserve refers to the amount of time a mechanical watch can run without being wound. The power reserve of a mechanical watch can vary depending on the size of the mainspring, the efficiency of the gear train, and the rate at which the mainspring releases energy. If a watch has a Power Reserve 'complication' it simply means that the status of the power reserve can be seen on the watch itself (either on the dial or movement side of the watch). [Learn More] :Approx. 72 hours(3 days)
Accuracy :±1 second per day / ±15 seconds per month (average)

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