This one I would describe as modern-dressy. It is Seiko's 40th Anniversary Edition Arctura Kinetic chronograph in Ti. It houses Seiko's kinetic caliber 7L22A 8jewels with 5 months power reserve. I like how the focus of this watch is not the time, since time-telling is through a smaller sub-dial, but rather on the 45 min chronograpg function. Actually you get 50 mins of timing before the seconds hand stops. Interesting design on this Seiko. The see-through back is not so common in other kinetics by Seiko. The seconds and mins hands are blued. The true seconds sub-dial is ticking at 2 sec intervals so that means I have roughly 12 hours of capacity charge left. I better give this one a few flicks of the wrist.