Seiko solar watches convert both natural and artificial light to power their incredibly accurate quartz movements
Since first launching in 1977, Seiko have always been at the forefront of this technology and as part of its 'clean energy' philosophy have continuously developed new Solar calibres to offer state of the art performance.
Developing technology so dials no longer need to be semi-transparent and can be true to the colour of the watch enables beautifully clear watch designs which never need a replacement battery.
Seiko proudly sponsor the Icaré 2 solar glider, developed by the Institut fur Flugzeugbau at the University of Stuttgart in Germany and fuelled by an electric engine run by an array of solar panels. The Icaré 2 has been breaking world records since 2010.