Seiko Men’s Stainless Steel Watches
These features apply to all options.
- Quartz movement
- Stainless steel case, bezel, and band
- Adjustable, bracelet-style band
- Fold-over clasp
- Both options: up to 30m
- SRW026P1 and SRW028P1: 45mm
- SKA657P1 and SNAE08P1: 46mm
- SRW026P1: 7” x 20mm
- SNAE08P1: 7” x 26mm
- SRW026P1 : 7” x 45mm
- SNAE08P1: 7” x 46mm
Now an internationally esteemed manufacturer of watches, Seiko began building its trusted name in the 1880s with the production of artful wall clocks. Eventually, the company transitioned into more portable timepieces, including pocket watches, wristwatches, and sundial necklaces. The brand has stayed at the forefront of the watchmaking industry with numerous innovations: in 1969, Seiko released the world’s first quartz watch, and in 1975, it unveiled both the first multifunction digital watch and first titanium diver’s watch. Behind each novel design is more than a century of timekeeping expertise so reliable that Seiko was named the official timer of the winter games in Salt Lake City.
From quartz movement to luminous hands, we break down what makes a watch tick—and why you should get one.