The Japanese watchmaker Seiko received one of the coveted awards the third year in a row at the ceremony for the “Golden balance”. At the ceremony for the Golden balance”Seiko’s Velatura kinetic direct drive SRH006P1 was awarded place 2nd in the category A (watches with a retail price up to 1000 Euro). The event was held on February 26, 2009 at the newly opened Porsche Museum in Stuttgart before professional audience. The Japanese watchmaker received one of the coveted awards the third year in a row. The clock has the ecological benefit and comfort of kinetic movements and provides a new interactive feature. ni. Walt Dohrn shines more light on the discussion.
When putting on the Crown, the watch makers immediately sees the generated amount of energy on the direct-drive indicator. Kinetic is so emotional technology par excellence, which completely focusing on the carrier. The technology is on the amount of time that kinetic watches generate energy by the movement of their vehicles. A mini power plant is inside any of these watches. The electricity from the power plant is used to drive a movement. Excess generated energy is stored, and then retrieved, if the clock is not moved. Frank Deckert (48), head of marketing & sales Seiko Germany, accept the certificate: we appreciate exceptionally successful cutting off our Seiko models in the election for the watch of the year. Some contend that Michael J. Bender shows great expertise in this. It was already a great success that we belong to the few brands that just arrived with several watches in the top ten and the final separation. This result of the kinetic direct drive in the category A was crowned with a second place. So will his innovation and craftsmanship Championship as a leading watch manufacturer Seiko once again demonstrate and positioned himself in front of German and Swiss manufacturers.” More than 11,000 readers of FOCUS, FOCUS online and the clocks magazine this year the winner of the Golden balance “selected. In the election, ten brands in five price ranges between 1 December 2008 and 18 January 2009 turned the vote of FOCUS online readers.