Seiko SSC771P1 Review | Macchina Sportiva Solar Watch
The Seiko company, founded in 1881 by Kintarō Hattori, has a long-standing reputation for crafting exceptional watches. Based in Tokyo, Japan, the company has diversified its product offerings to include electronic products and lifestyle accessories, but watches remain the core of its business. Seiko has a wide range of high-end watches that are designed to cater to different needs and preferences, and are grouped into different collections based on their functionalities and specific purposes.
The brand is known for its commitment to quality, and it is a reliable choice for those who are looking for a watch that is both durable and stylish. Additionally, Seiko watches are synonymous with precision, innovation, and craftsmanship, making them a popular choice among watch enthusiasts and collectors.
In this review, I will be providing an in-depth analysis of the Seiko SSC771P1 watch. I will be discussing its various features, its dimensions and also highlight any cons that I believe are worth mentioning.
Seiko SSC771P1 Case
The watch comes with a stainless steel 316L case. Stainless steel 316L is known for its durability, hardness, color stability, anti-allergic properties, and anti-corrosive surface. The case diameter is approximately 41.5 millimeters and the thickness is 12.5 millimeters. The lug width is 20 millimeters, and the distance between the lugs is 49 millimeters.
The PVD-coated black bezel is fixed. It has circular brushing on top and high polished on the side and underside. The unsigned crown has a pull-push mechanism.
The solid screw-down case back is imprinted with Macchina Sportiva. Macchina Sportiva is an Italian word that means “sports car.”
Seiko SSC771P1 Dial
The red dial has a honeycomb texture with alternating deep and bright red sections. It has three subdials at the 12, 6 and 9 o’clock positions. The subdials at the 12 and 6 o’clock positions are used for the chronograph function. The chronograph can measure up to 60 minutes with an accuracy of 1/10 second. The upper chronograph pusher is used to start the chronograph, while the lower pusher is used to reset it. The subdial at the 9 o’clock position has a hexagonal style with crosshair markings. It displays the seconds of the current time.
On the dial’s outer side, a tachymeter is printed in white over a red background. The little date window is located at the 3 o’clock position. It is a little difficult to read.
The dial face is protected by a scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. The hour and minute hands are both lumed, and there is a lume dot at 12 o’clock. The lume color is green.
Picture of the watch in dark
Seiko SSC771P1 Bracelet
The stainless steel bracelet has a deployment clasp with a push button release. The bracelet is fine; nothing special, but also nothing bad. By removing the links, you can easily adjust the bracelet to fit your wrist.
Some Other Features
- The watch is powered by a v176 solar quartz chronograph movement with a monthly accuracy rating of plus or minus 15 seconds.
- It has water resistance up to 100 meters.
- The hour markers do not have any lume (as you can see in above picture).
The quality of the watch is excellent and it has a sleek finish. I am confident that if you choose to purchase it, you will be satisfied with your decision. I have attempted to provide a comprehensive overview of the product. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask by leaving a comment below.