- Charged by natural & artificial light
- 1 minute of sun = 24 hours of energy
- Stores up to 6 months of energy
- Sapphire crystal
- Anti-reflective coating
- Screw-down crown & caseback
- Superluminova BGW9
- Solid Stainless Steel Bracelet
- Drilled lugs
- 12-month limited warranty
Our take on the idealized "do-everything" sportwatch
The new Lightwell Field Watch Mark II builds upon the same principles as its predecessor, featuring a light-powered Seiko movement, scratch resistant sapphire crystal, and 10 ATM water resistant steel case. It's mid-sized silhouette offers an enlarged crown for easier operation and new dial options that emphasize at-a-glance legibility.
Case : Surgical grade 316L stainless steel
Movement : Japanese solar-quartz
Lens : Sapphire crystal + AR coating
Water Resistance : 10 ATM / 100 meters
Case width : 38.5mm
Lug to lug : 46mm
Case thickness : 10mm
Lug width : 20mm
Japanese Solar Movement
The Lightwell Mark II is driven by a reliable solar-quartz movement from Seiko. A discrete solar panel underneath the dial converts both natural and artificial light into electrical energy, so the watch is constantly charging– even indoors and in cloudy weather.
Low Maintenance Charging
Just one minute under the sun provides 24 hours of autonomous time-keeping power. At full charge, the movement can operate for up to 6 months without light.
Unlike conventional quartz watches, this movement does not use a silver oxide battery and will therefore never require a battery replacement.
This this heavy-duty engineer bracelet is constructed from high-quality solid 316L stainless steel links and features a flip-lock safety clasp. Six removable links and 3 micro-adjustment positions ensure the perfect fit.