Here's a watch that sits in my collection patiently, quietly waiting for the call. Today's wrist check is my Seiko SNE093.
This watch was released by Seiko some time between 2009 and 2011 selling for a MSRP of $225.00 - I picked it up used for a cool $20 several years ago. I bought this watch not really knowing how cool solar powered watches are. Just beneath the sweet black satin dial is a solar cell that collects light to charge the internal battery. When fully charged this watch will run for many months without needing another charge. I normally charge it once every 2-3 months by setting it near windows in my house offering direct sunlight throughout the day. By the end of the day it gets about 7-8 hours of charge time which is enough to keep it running with no power issues. I find the watch to be very accurate, in fact I don't think it's ever lost a single second of time in between uses.
As always, I swapped the stainless steel bracelet for a custom leather strap which plays well against the polished stainless steel case and satin black dial. The bezel and stainless steel case back has a few light scratches but overall the watch shows well.
Movement: Seiko cal. v158 Solar Powered Japanese Quartz
Complications: Day & Date
Case: 40mm Polished Stainless Steel
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Hardlex
Power Reserves: 10-months w/full charge