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Seiko Men’s SSG010 COUTURA Analog Display Japanese Quartz Two Tone Watch

(9 customer reviews)


Last updated on December 1, 2021 8:00 pm Details


  • Powered by light energy, with no battery change required, this timepiece automatically receives radio signals to precisely adjust the time and calendar and has a 6-month power reserve once fully charged
  • Case Diameter: 44.5mm
  • The intricately patterned black dial with gold accents features a chronograph, radio signal reception display, power reserve indicator, date calendar, and LumiBrite hands and markers
  • The angular two-tone stainless steel case is paired with an integrated bracelet and includes a sapphire crystal and cabochon crown
  • Water-resistant to 10 bar, 100 meters (330 feet)
  • 3-Year Manufacturer’s Warranty

Additional information

Brand Seller or Collection Name


Model number


Part Number


Item Shape


Dial window material type

Synthetic sapphire

Display Type



Push Button Foldover Clasp With Safety

Case material

Stainless Steel

Case diameter

44.5 millimeters

Case Thickness

11.5 millimeters

Band Material

Two-tone stainless steel

Band size

Men's Standard

Band width

26.3 millimeters

Band Color

Two Tone

Dial color


Bezel material

Stainless Steel

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Special features


Item weight

11.2 Ounces


Japanese Quartz

Water resistant depth

330 Feet

9 reviews for Seiko Men’s SSG010 COUTURA Analog Display Japanese Quartz Two Tone Watch

  1. Michael J. Stucker

    Great watch. Look great and works great. Took a few minutes to figure out how to set it. It starting searching for a radio signal and setting the watch the second I took it out of the box. (Might have hit the set button, not sure.) At any rate when it was finished, the time & date were wrong. I followed the instructions (which were a little cryptic) to select “CHI” (Chicago – US Central) and reran the set procedure. This time, when it was done, time & date were correct. (I think it may come from the factory set to Tokyo time.) Stopwatch feature works just like any other chronograph I’ve had. This is the fifth Seiko watch I’ve owned in almost 50 years. I still own 2 others and this is by far my favorite.

  2. Leland C. Sheppard

    There were a number of things I didn’t like about this watch so I returned it. Too much money for too little product. First of all there was the mickey mouse DST setup – change the time zone. Next the calendar was almost too small to read. Next is the second hand. Having the main second hand work for the stop watch but not the watch itself was also mickey mouse to me. The second hand for the watch was one of the tiny dials on the face of the watch; nearly useless. Next was the radio sensitivity; I had trouble finding a spot where it would pick up the radio signal from the atomic clocks; all of my other radio controlled clocks (all over the house) work just fine where I have them placed. Finally there was the solar power thing. I didn’t have mine exposed to enough light, I guess, because when I went to pack up the watch to return it, it was dead. It had stopped working. I guess the battery ran down. Overall, I expected a WHOLE lot better from Seiko especially for that much money. Very disappointing.

  3. Baruj Covarrubias L.

    Este reloj es grande de tamaño muy propio para hombres que saben lo que quieren, que tienen poder y desean demostrarlo. No cualquiera lo puede pulsar y menos comprar. Vale la pena porque donde quiera que se vaya con él, causará admiración y envidias. Desde luego que NO es un reloj formal ni para eventos de gala, siempre hay un reloj para cada ocasión, este es un reloj deportivo con cronómetro muy adecuado para asistir a las carreras de autos, de lanchas, de personas, para ir a las reuniones del auto club, para llevar a la novia a pasear, al cine, etc. Saludos cordiales.

  4. Sonnet L. Gomes

    This is an absolutely gorgeous watch, which is the reason i purchased it. The Radio time sync feature is a nice touch, but getting it to adjust for DST is a major pain. no matter how much i tried to set it manually, it simply would reset back to standard time, which really wasnt a big deal, I had to use the following work around for those who are in EST in USA: This is one reason I am giving this a 4 star rating. If the watch was smart enough to adjust for Daylight savings, I would have given it a 5 star. Either ways, if you are think about purchasing this, think no further.

    => During Daylight Savings (March) set the time zone to SDQ (-4 GMT).
    => Once DST is over in November, set the time zone back to NYC (-5 GMT).

  5. Amazon Customer

    I was skeptical when buying because of the price Amazon was selling it at. When it arrived I took it to Macy’s to compare and have them adjust my links.
    This watch works so well and is an eye catcher.
    I followed the manual’s instructions on how to set it up, piece of cake.
    I will definitely buy another model from Amazon.
    Buy with confidence.

  6. B swan

    Its a nice watch, as soon as I saw it I knew I wanted it. It has always received the radio update and is perfectly accurate.
    Just 2 points I want to make:
    1) Daylight Savings Time is not automatic, you must manually change the time zone to the one next to where you live to force the 1 hour difference. A little cumbersome twice a year, I just assumed it was automatic like my Citizen.
    2 No battery charge indicator, I’m not too worried as I always keep my watches charged up but it would have been nice.

  7. Wynne

    I’m sort of connoisseur of men’s wrist watches. I’m also frugal! I’ve had a solid gold Hamilton given to me by my great aunt, 2 Omega Seamaster automatics, another Hamilton retirement watch, a Citizen Aviators watch, a simple Seiko chronograph, a black Pulsar with gold trim and analog and digital displays, and a multitude of lesser timepieces.
    Nothing, absolutely nothing, can hold a candle to this Seiko Coutura. It’s biggest problem is that it’s too simple! Set your time zone, leave it overnight by a window and it will sync up with the nearest atomic clock. Easy peasy! Changing time zones? Press one button for 3 seconds and the big stopwatch hand will point to your existing time zone then just step to your destination time zone and all the hands and date spin around and settle on your new time and date. So much fun to watch. Leave watch on your nightstand and sure enough it’ll sync up with the atomic clock at your new location. It’s also got a one hour stopwatch, and it’s solar powered! Just wear it once in awhile and forget about it. Wearing it should be no problem. It’s hands down the most spectacular looking watch ever. Anytime I’m in a jewelry store I’ll be perusing the watches. This is the one! The stainless with gold trim makes my whole body look good.

  8. Kindle Customer

    Wonderful watch! No issues so far with it. Setting it up was a breeze, but it’s important to read the instructions very carefully first.

  9. D

    Nice looking watch. I’m generally not a fan of gold accents but they work on this. When I unboxed this watch in my office I was happy to find the gold appeared very subtle and not nearly as pronounced in the photos. In fact the braclet appeared to be all silver. Then I got it home and the warmer lights made it look a bit too gold for my liking.

    I did notice a chip/mark on the inside of the watch. Amazon accepted a return and quickly refunded my money. All in all a nice looking watch.

    HOWEVER I’m reading that the atomic radio towers in the USA that this watch syncs with might be shutdown next year to budgetary issues. So this might lose the auto time feature soon.

    Update: 2021 and atomic clocks still work despite an article from 2018 claiming the radio towers would would be gone.

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