Kinetic is a form of of watch power patented by Seiko for the manufacture of kinetic watches. The Seiko Kinetic watch uses the movement of your wrist to charge a capacitor, which provides power to the quartz movement.

When fully charged, a man's Seiko Kinetic watch will store energy for 7-14 days, even when not worn. Seiko Kinetic watches alert you to a low capacitor charge when the seconds hand starts to move in two second intervals.
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