The Seiko Arctura Kinetic SNL019P watch was launched in 2004, to mark the 40th Anniversary of Seiko Chronographs.
Back in the 1960s, at around the time when the world’s first quartz watch was taking shape in development, Seiko was also engaged in a separate drive to offer exceptional functions in mechanical watches. In 1964, the company launched the first chronograph made in Japan.
Available in international markets from November 2004, the Arctura Kinetic Chronograph SNL019P commemorates the 40th anniversary of that great achievement with a superlative titanium model.
This 40th anniversary kinetic chronograph model features an eye-catching dial with golden details, along with the gold-plating on the crown and chronograph buttons. The see-through case back reveals a gold-plated special-specification oscillating weight, printed with the words “40TH ANNIVERSARY CHRONOGRAPH”.
This timepiece features an off-set sub-dial for hour and minute display with golden hands and dotted markers. Further, it has a small seconds dial at 11’ o clock, centre chronograph seconds hand, retrograde 45 minute chronograph register on the top right side of the dial and a date display at 4.30H. The bezel feature 0 to 55 marking. The case, bezel and bracelet are made of titanium.
Model: Seiko Arctura Kinetic Chronograph Titanium 40th Anniversary Edition, Reference SNL019P
Diameter: 44mm including crown
Glass: Sapphire crystal
Gold crown and pushers
see-through screw case back
Water resistance: 10 bar (100 meters)
Silver dial with gold hands
Calibre 7L22, Quartz Kinetic
Solid titanium bracelet
Three-fold clasp with push button release
Euro 1,000 (as on Nov 2004)