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Seiko Men's SNA411 Flight Alarm Chronograph Watch


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  • Imported
  • Quality Japanese-Quartz movement
  • Hardlex crystal
  • Case diameter: 42 mm
  • Stainless-steel case; Black dial; Date function; Chronograph functions
  • Water-resistant to 660 feet (200 M)

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Seiko
Model number SNA411
Part Number SNA411
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Hardlex
Display Type analogue
Clasp Fold-Over Push-Button Clasp with Safety
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 44 millimeters
Case Thickness 13
Band Material Stainless steel
Band length mens
Band width 21 millimeters
Band Color Silver
Dial color Black
Bezel material Stainless steel
Bezel function Slide-rule
Calendar Date
Special features Luminous
Item weight 15.84 Ounces
Movement Japanese quartz
Water resistant depth 660 Feet
Warranty type Contact seller of record

Product Description

Whether you’re a pilot or you simply want a high-performance, features-packed timepiece, this flight chronograph watch is sure to please. It has a round black dial, with luminous markers and large luminous hands, set in a coin-edged stainless steel bezel. The watch features a date window at the three o’clock position and three sub-dials. Its stopwatch feature can measure up to sixty minutes in 1/5-second increments. The alarm, a two-hand sub-dial, can be set on a twelve-hour basis, and it doubles as an international travel clock since the alarm hands can be set to indicate the time in a different time zone. This watch also has a bi-directional rotating slide rule bezel for performing many types of calculations. Other features include a scratch-resistant curved Hardlex crystal and a screw-down crown and caseback. The watch is presented on a stainless steel link bracelet that fastens with fold-over push button clasp. Water-tested to 200 meters, the watch is suitable for skin diving. It has a battery life of two to three years.

  • Introducing Seikos Flight Chronograph Collection.
  • Solid brushed polished stainless steel case (42mm diameter by 13mm thick) and bracelet.
  • 3 sub dials for the alarmsecond hand and 60 minute hand.
  • Black dial with luminous silver toned hands and hour markers.
  • Precisely tuned Japanese chronograph quartz movement.
  • Date display feature.
  • Rotating bezel which can be used as a slide-rule.
  • Screw-down crown and screw-locking buttons.
  • Alarm is 12-hour basis.
  • Finely crafted scratch resistant Hardlex crystal.
  • Chronograph measures 60 minutes and will run up to 12 hours in 1/5 seconds.
  • Push-button deployment type clasp.
  • Water resistant up to 200m.

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    • ASIN: B00068TJM6
    • Product Dimensions: 5.3 x 5.1 x 5.3 inches; 15.8 ounces
    • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • Item model number: SNA411
    • Average Customer Review:

    Customer Reviews

    Over all it looks great and works very well.
    Shani Bryant
    I have had several people comment on the watch, saying things like, "that is a serious... watch" or "wow... nice watch!"
    N. Warren
    It looks pretty and is quite big (perfect size for a medium size wrist: not too big, not too small).
    Seech

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    95 of 95 people found the following review helpful By D. Yamasaki on September 29, 2007
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    I bought this watch for myself for Christmas 3 years ago and still love it.

    At the time I really wanted a Breitling Navitimer Fighter but they were selling for around $3,000, and I knew I wouldn't feel comfortable walking around with thousands of bucks on my wrist.

    I happened on this watch on Amazon and was immediately taken with it. Let me say, that the photo does not do this watch justice. When I received the Seiko I was surprised that it had much more sparkle than this photo imparts. And what really impressed me was that the face has great depth to it. The photo on Amazon shows a flat black surface with a mishmash of white lettering all over it, but in reality it looks much more like a mini metal Roman Colliseum with raised sides and a recessed center plain under thick glass. The face is about 3/8" thick. Very substantial and classy looking. Also, there is more contrast between the shiny center of the wrist band next to the flat silver sides than this photo indicates.

    I wore it to work one day, and a female coworker remarked,"your watch is gorgeous!" and that she was looking for one like it for her husband. And when I told her the price she couldn't believe it.

    The Breitling Navitimer is a beautiful watch, but since owning this Seiko Chronograph I rarely ever think about owning a Breitling. And since Navitimers now sell for over $6000 I feel even better about the $475 Seiko I got for $200.
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    58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Justin Baker on January 11, 2008
    I bought one to replace my aging Seiko, and love it. Good ol' Seiko Chronograph in the middle, and the bezel does regular non-flying multiplication and division in addition to the airplane-related calculations, though you wouldn't know it from reading the instructions. Here's how:

    Turn the outer ring so that the number you want to multiply is opposite the 10 on the inner ring, and then find the number you're multiplying by on the inner ring and read the product from the outer ring opposite that.

    Division is the reverse of multiplication -- line up the dividend on the outside ring with the divisor on the inside, and read the quotient opposite the inner 10.
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    35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Marotzke on August 9, 2005
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    I bought this watch for the slide rules function on the bezel. It is very handy for me in my profession to be able to do multiplication, division, ratios and conversions on the watch. The only problem is that the numbers are a little small

    Over all very well built and durable watch.
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    37 of 40 people found the following review helpful By JP on January 6, 2009
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    I will have to follow this up with a more extensive VIDEO review, but for now here are the highlights.

    1) It arrived on time with free holiday shipping from amazon.com. I count this as a PLUS.

    2) It arrived without protective plastic covering the crystal, case back, crown and pushers, or bracelet. This is a MINUS.

    3) It also arrived with a slight scratch on one of the link-segments on the band. Since it was the polished portion of the link segment, it was very noticeable. ** BIG MINUS ** , but I remedied this by choosing this link segment as the links I would remove when I was sizing the bracelet, so no harm, no foul.

    4) The bracelet measures just over 21mm consistently all the way around (no tapering), is solid stainless steel, and has solid end links. The bracelet was erroneously reported by some fellow reviewers as being a 3-link band (two brushed links on the outside and one polished link in the center with a vertical crease). In sizing the bracelet and moving the links, I quickly learned that it is actually a 4-link bracelet since the polished center is actually made up of TWO links side by side, each with a brushed link on either end (brushed link +polished link+ polished link+ brushed link...per link segment).

    5) Diameter of case/bezel is listed as 42mm (w/o the crown), but it seems to be closer to 40mm.

    6) Dial - The dial is protected by a domed Hardlex mineral crystal that does a magnificent job magnifying the fine writing of the EB6 rule, Telemeter, and Tachometer, and all other info including he date on the face/dial.

    The domed crystal also does an excellent job reflecting a lot of LIGHT and shimmer towards onlookers, so it tends to get a lot of WOW responses.
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    15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Lakeviewer on August 17, 2007
    This is a fantastic slide-rule watch for the price you're paying for it. The build quality is rock solid and the pushbuttons screw down firmly. And it has an alarm and the accuracy of quartz. The manual is a good practical introduction to using the slide rule functions.

    However, it is not a Breitling Navitimer. My main gripe about the SNA411 is the design of the bezel and face. It's just too busy! It has many different scales: a compass scale, a bezel log scale, a dial log scale, a conversion scale, a tachymeter scale, and a time scale. It's difficult to make out the numbers on each scale without squinting.

    Also, the 10 on the dial log scale and the bezel log scale aren't highlighted in any special color, making it hard to make out when doing multiplication/division.

    But don't get me wrong: for the price (a couple hundred dollars - cheaper on eBay), this is a great watch and a fantastic deal. Frustration, sometimes, but no regrets.
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