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Seiko Astron


₹ 2,30,000

*Inclusive of all taxes

EMI from ₹ 20543

*Currently out of stock

Full Specification

  • Brand Seiko
    Model NoSAST007G
  • Movement
    Features Date, GMT, GPS Controlled Time, Perpetual Calendar, Power Saving
    Movement Quartz
    Case Size 47 mm
    Case Shape Round
    Case Material Titanium
    Glass Material Sapphire Crystal
    Dial Colour Black
    Strap Material Titanium
    Strap Colour Black
    EAN 4954628156563
    Gender Men
    Water Resistance (M) 100
    Warranty Period 2 years
    Country of Origin Japan

About the Seiko Astron Collection


Seiko has been in the business of innovative watchmaking since 1881. With years of experience under its belt, Seiko has managed to build watches that are both futuristic and retain the traditionality of watchmaking. It was on Christmas Eve of 1969 that Seiko decided to reshape the watchmaking world by releasing the world’s first quartz watch, the Seiko Quartz Astron. Since the launch of the first quartz watch, the Seiko Astron collection has developed itself into a much more robust and innovative collection.


Timekeeping is an art that is best tasted when accurate. This goes well with the Seiko Astron, a timepiece that is fitted with a GPS module. The GPS module inside these watches provides the timepieces under the collection with accurate time and can adjust itself according to the location of the wearer with just a push of a button. Apart from the GPS module, the timepieces are powered by solar power. Also dubbed as the world’s first GPS Solar watch, the Seiko Astron is a very different approach towards being a world timer. The Astron is also fitted with three sub-dials featuring either chronographs or various functions such as day/date, power reserve, and second-time zone.

Limited Editions

In the world of unique timepieces, Seiko is in a habit of launching limited edition timepieces. Inside the Astron collection, there are timepieces that celebrate the legacy of both the brand and the watch. Such as the Seiko Astron Kintaro Hattori 160th Limited Edition watch is a brilliant tribute to the founder of the company. Another timepiece celebrating the launch of the first Astron is the Seiko Quartz Astron 50th Limited Edition.

Seiko Astron

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15 Ratings & 3 Reviews


People recommend this watch
Based on 3 Reviews.

  • SN


    Posted on

    awesome watch...amazing look..

  • Harneet Singh


    Posted on

    I got to handle this watch once I was in The U.S. for a short while last year. The Boutique I got this from gave this to me for a short while while they adjusted my watch as it was running slow.

    The Astron is a watch that goes beyond boundaries to believe in itself like the advancement in Horology it is. Not everybody believes it is so, though. But for the common man, this is the first watch made available to the masses which sets time via GPS, mostly compensating for time zone changes with an accuracy of 1 Second in 100,000 YEARS! That is a crazy number!

    But why buy this? As far as the average Joe is concerned, it is just another overtly expensive time-piece. One gets a quartz for Rupees 250 these days, so where’s the 18ct gold balance, the polished new world alloy springs, the Zr bearings, the blue escapement, where is all that goes into making a watch a 2L timepiece?

    Arguably, it is the most important horological advancement of the last century. And this watch relies on just that. The Global positioning system. But Radio Controlled watches have been around for years, you say. Well, news is India doesn’t have a radio time tower. This watch has 39 time zones to set as compared to the 29 in most RC watches. Simply hold down a pusher for 6 seconds and this thing gives you the precise local time in 30 seconds or less. You don’t need to stand still or wait till its night as in RC watches. No Sir. the dial has a solar cell so no battery drain by using the GPS for time. The markers are tall, I mean T.A.L.L. And they should be, what with a case size of 47mm and a depth of about 17mm you need a fat wrist for this too!

    The reflective dial almost has a blue hue and turns ever so mirror-like in sunlight. There is a fuel gauge which tells you the power reserve on the battery which goes from E to F. The first sub-dial is the mode dial which does all the time ‘setting’. You can set DST on/off too. The plane symbol is Airplane mode for when you’re flying and you don’t want it looking for a signal up in the sky. (And you thought your iPhone was fancy).

    The second sub-dial is a second time zone indicator which you can set for yourself usually to your home country. The markers are hit by the seconds hand precisely, more precise that almost any watch I’ve seen. Let me tell you, usually quartz power trains have some slack in them to compensate for mechanical pull, but this thing left me in awe with the precision it hit all markers perfectly!

    The lume is absolutely astounding. My Orange monster comes at a distend second place. The case is all PVD. Short Lugs. Not much to see on the under side - usual Seiko. Comes with a rubber bracelet which is pretty comfortable. Also comes with a Titanium case!

    Essentially this watch is a good 30 minute manual read and there after maintenance free. The six month battery life promised by the solar cell, the perpetual calendar for the next 86 years, and the dead simple interface post-setup should have you covered for a long long time.

  • NT


    Posted on

    Very nice watch at reasonable price from Seiko. Very unique.