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: Does anyone know what the reserve hours are for a Seamaster? I'm thinking
: it's 100 hours, but I have no idea why I think that or where I might have
: read it, or whether or not it is remotely accurate.
The current model Seamaster Professional Divers are advertised as having a 44-hour reserve.
100 is pretty high for a wristwatch. Going by the info at the link below, most watches are 50 or less.