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Solar-powered watches are some of the most technologically advanced timepieces in the world. An evolution of the quartz watch, these pieces power their electrical battery through a solar cell.
Much like automatic watches, you can charge your solar watch through everyday use. Any source of light, whether it be from the sun or a bulb, will store power in the battery.
Explore a range of solar Seiko watches in our stock, including Seiko coutura watches and some of our Seiko Prospex watches. G-shock watches are also known for featuring a solar cell in their design. No matter the timepiece, a solar-powered movement will drastically increase the reliability of your battery.
Choose from our finest solar watches at one of our five store locations or browse online. Sparkle now and pay later with one of our various finance options available through Zip, humm, Afterpay, Laybuy and LatitudePay or Latitude Interest Free. Receive free shipping when you spend $69 or more.
For Solar Watches in Adelaide, Marion, Smithfield, West Lakes and Tea Tree Plaza, visit Grahams online or in store.
Solar-powered watches are great in that they fix one of the biggest issues of the classic quartz movement: the battery life. A solar battery will constantly recharge under light, and should last many more years than the typical electrical battery in a quartz watch.
At a full charge, a solar battery can hold power for 1-2 days.
A solar watch battery should last you around ten years before it needs to be replaced. The actual timepiece can last forever with good care.
Seiko and G-shock are known for having top quality solar-powered movements, yet the Citizen Eco-Drive is one of the most famous. All are excellent options for solar power.