Never has a watch encapsulated the phrase "one watch to do it all" more than the Seiko Astron series. Here is a timepiece with an accuracy rating of 15 seconds per month and a power reserve of no less than 6 months, that can also do the following: Automatically adjust the handset position alignment Host a day display and a day-date display with daylight saving time Dual-time function An "in-flight" function that pauses the watch's GPS signal reception An overcharge prevention function A perpetual calendar complication that is accurate to February 28, 2100 Power reserve complication A power-saving function A satellite acquisition status display function The ability for time zone adjustment by receiving GPS signals from satellites An automatic time-adjustment function And finally, a world-time function that is good for 40 different time zones All this technical prowess is possible thanks to the Astron series being solar powered by Seiko's innovative and powerful Calibre 8X53 movement. The extreme bandwidth of the watch continues when you take into account the 200 metres (20 bar) of water resistance and an incredibly comfortable and versatile silicone band that features a tri-folding, push-button deployant clasp. Perhaps the only thing that lets the Seiko Astron…

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