Seiko introduces a new Ananta watch

First published: 01-12-2010

Seiko has revealed a new timepiece in its Ananta collection, which is the first to use moon phase technology.

Entitled the Ananta Spring Drive Moon Phase, the timepiece has plenty of attractive features which may have consumers reaching for their cash or card, Hodinkee reported.

For one, the Spring Drive used in the fashion watch "allows for almost shockingly silent and smooth motion around the dial".

Then of course, there is the moon phase indicator, which gleams around the four o'clock position of the watch face.

Other appealing features about this Seiko watch are the fact that it comes in a bulky 46mm stainless steel case and offers accuracy in reading the time, thanks to 288 unique movements and 30 jewels making up the movement.

A 100-meter of water resistance means that consumers will be able to sport some elegance when going for a swim too.

Seiko has released many innovative timepieces recently, including the Solar collection, where two minutes of light exposure keeps the product charged throughout a whole day, Professional Jeweller reported.


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