Exquisite Swiss craftsmanship meets modern, sporty design in the SE Automatic watch. Powered by the motion of your body, this watch is driven by a 608A caliber automatic movement housed in a 41mm dual-finished durable stainless steel case with a stunning exhibition caseback. It’s bezel is crafted of Dura904, an innovative steel prized for its nearly indestructible nature, comfort on the skin, and ability to hold a beautiful polish . We’ve added a signature touch with our iconic dot motif displayed at 12 o’clock and in subtle concave accents at the bezel and bracelet. Covered in anti-reflective sapphire crystal, the dial features a bold, geometric Pavés de Paris pattern in green, a date window and Swiss Super-LumiNova® hands, hour markers and indices at 6:00 and 9:00.
Automatic watches do not contain batteries. They are charged by the movement of your wrist. If the watch is not worn it will stop running in about 38 hours. To get it started, turn the crown clockwise about 20-30 times until the second hand starts moving. You will most likely need to reset the time and date.
Movado SE Automatic, 41mm dual finished stainless steel case and bracelet with silver concave polished dot accents and Dura904 steel bezel. Features a black Pavés de Paris dial, anti-reflective Sapphire crystal, anti-corrosive bezel, screw down crown, date window, and Swiss Super-LumiNova® hands, hour markers & indices at 3:00, 6:00 and 9:00. Powered by the 608A caliber automatic movement with a quick setting calendar date, stop-second function and rapid reset mechanism showcased through an exhibition caseback.
Automatic watches do not contain batteries. They are charged by the movement of your wrist. If the watch is not worn it will stop running in about 38 hours. To get it started, turn the crown clockwise about 20-30 times until the second hand starts moving.
Movado Red Label, 42 mm stainless steel and yellow gold PVD-finished case and bracelet with black Museum dial. Caseback features an exposed automatic movement that has a 42-hour power reserve. If you have not worn your watch for 42 hours or more, you will need to wind it by turning the watch crown clockwise approximately 20 revolutions before setting the time.