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Seiko Men's SNK803 "Seiko 5" Automatic Watch with Beige Canvas Strap

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  • The classic beige and stainless steel design and fascinating exhibition back of this Seiko watch lend themselves to stylish versatility while the canvas strap maintains a high level of comfort for the wearer.
  • Precise 21-jewel automatic movement with analog display
  • Durable Hardlex mineral crystal dial window
  • Features include luminosity, sweeping second hand, exhibition case back, and a date window
  • Water resistant to 330 feet (100 M): suitable for snorkeling, as well as swimming, but not diving

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Product Specifications

Watch Information
Brand, Seller, or Collection Name Seiko
Model number SNK803
Part Number SNK803
Model Year 2013
Item Shape Round
Dial window material type Mineral
Display Type Analog
Clasp Buckle
Case material Stainless steel
Case diameter 37 millimeters
Case Thickness 13
Band Material Canvas
Band length Men's Standard
Band width 18 millimeters
Band Color Beige
Dial color Beige
Bezel material Stainless steel
Bezel function Stationary
Calendar Day and date
Special features Calendar
Item weight 2.08 Ounces
Movement Automatic
Water resistant depth 30 Meters

Product Description

From the master craftsmen at Seiko, the Seiko Men's Seiko 5 Automatic Beige Canvas Strap Watch is a cutting-edge timepiece with a masculine appeal. Featuring an analog dial and a beige canvas band, this watch is packed with style and would be a great addition to your watch collection.

SNK803 Features: -Watch.-Style: Casual.-Gender: Men's.-Hands: Black and luminous hour and minute hands, black, red and luminous second hand.-Markers: Black Arabic numerals and luminous dot hour markers.-Case: Stainless steel.-Strap: Beige weave fabric.-Clasp type: Buckle.-Calendar: Date and day display at 3:00.-Crystal: Hardlex.-Water resistant: 30 meters.-Case diameter: 37 mm. Color/Finish: -Dial color: Beige. Specifications: -Movement: Japan automatic, caliber 7S26B, 21 jewels. Dimensions: -Case thickness: 12 mm. Collection: -Seiko 5 collection.

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  • ASIN: B000G6R7B8
  • Product Dimensions: 1.5 x 0.4 x 1.5 inches; 2.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Japan
  • Item model number: SNK803
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #424 in Watches (See Top 100 in Watches)
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    Customer Reviews

    I get compliments on this watch all of the time.
    Matthew Browne
    Keeps great time out of the box for an automatic (gains less than four seconds per day).
    T. Reeme
    A great watch that looks very good and it is easy to put on and take off.

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    301 of 307 people found the following review helpful By J. Lewis on February 18, 2010
    Since there seems to be some confusion in the reviews over accuracy and power reserve, I'll try to do a quick explanation of what this watch is... An Automatic (winding) mechanism is a traditional mechanical (clockwork) watch. It is powered by a spring which is wound by the movement of your arm, and only has a reserve of 36-40 hours meaning that in order to keep it ticking you need to wear it just about every day.

    Also, the time is kept by a precision weighted balance wheel rather than a quartz crystal, it will not be as accurate as a $4.99 digital watch. This watch will probably gain 5-10 seconds per day (Although it is possible to have the mechanism adjusted to improve it a little)...

    If this is the case, why buy or wear an automatic watch instead of a quartz watch?... The answer is because of those intangible factors, somehow a mechanical watch has more soul than a quartz, you can feel the automatic winder moving on your wrist, it's more of a symbiotic relationship, a quartz watch can be put in a draw and it will run for years, while an automatic needs you as much as you need it. There's a certain satisfaction in the mechanical mechanism for those with some mechanical sympathy.

    There is another up side to a watch like this too... if you put a quartz watch in a draw for a couple of years, the battery will be dead and it will be useless when you need it most, an automatic will have stopped... but it will be running again a few minutes after you start to wear it, and I suppose in extreme situations they would be EMP proof too :)

    I wear an automatic watch every day, and I gladly accept somewhat less accuracy to have something less soulless than your typical quartz watch.
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    50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By A. Nawaz on May 5, 2009
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    This is an excellent product from Seiko.
    1) Legible dial where numbers are clearly laid out in WWII bomber format.
    2) Luminous markers hold light well
    3) Automatic, may not be as accurate as a quartz watch but one can certainly appreciate the continuous sweep of the second hand and the exhibition display.
    4) Nato Style nylon strap is comfortable and does its job, although i have plans to replace it with a calfskin brown strap as i am suspecting some threading to occur within 3 to 4 months time.
    5) DAY and DATE, often see one or the other but makes the watch much more useful with both of them.

    Cons: NONE

    Im enjoying this watch and might plan to start a collection.
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    46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Ellie on January 6, 2012
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    I've had my Seiko automatic Beige watch for a little while now. Just time enough to note that after manually winding it by whirling it around (can't wind it with the knob), setting the time and date, and wearing it on my dominant arm I have found it to be exceeding my expectations since it is quite accurate each day which, in low priced mechanical watches, is unbelieveable.

    I have some experience with home repair of watches, including a "watch wrench" to remove the back, so I was planning to have to adjust the timing accuracy. If you look through the glass back, you will see a small two pronged lever with some markings on the opposite side. Move the lever to the "+" side if it is too slow. But so far it is not necessary. I did have some difficulty getting it to turn over to the next day/date at midnight instead of at noon. No matter when I set it, morning or evening it continued to turn over at noon. I finally let the movement run down (took 27 hours on my bureau top) and, since I knew when it would turn over next, I wound it at the proper time and it now changes day/date properly at midnight. I didn't have this trouble with my first Seiko automatic, the one with the black face and using the 7S26C movement. The right way, I recently found out from another reviewer is: setting the watch is easy, just make sure you get the AM/PM right on it, set the day/date a day earlier and then advance the time until it flips them and then set the time. Voilà!

    It uses the 7S26B Seiko movement, called the "AK47" of mechanical watch movements. It can, according to my observation with my first Seiko automatic watch with the same movement, stay within a seven seconds a day. This is my second Seiko with the 7S26 movement.
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    38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Aleutian Ice Skater on April 10, 2010
    For me this watch is fantastic. If you know auto-winds (automatics), then you know their little idiosyncrasies. So let's start there...

    It's not a chronometer, it does gain (or lose) more than 0.5 seconds/day. In fact, on some days it seems to gain as much as a minute. Gaining time seems to be a common observation with other owners and reviewers. My guess is that it is "set fast" at the factory, with the idea that "if we can't get it perfect out of the box, then it's better to be early than be late." For this, you could probably go down to your local watch repair and get the timing set. Having said that, My watch normally runs about a minute fast over the course of a month and that doesn't bother me. In fact, true to all automatics, it gains and loses a little time each day or so and it is generally the same "one minute" ahead of the current time for several months.

    The watch is obvious quality. Seiko is quality and they obviously get a great job on this one too. It's quite rugged. I regularly ride a both a mountain bike and road bike to work, which is 12 miles in one direction. The watch take a vibrational beating, but never really misses a beat (outside of the range mentioned in the previous paragraph).

    I wasn't keen on the style of the band that came with the watch, although it is tough and will probably never come apart. I went a got a leather band, and this thing is beautiful. No kidding, totally styling.

    The numbers on the watch dial are definitely unique: minutes on the outside; hours on the inside... Okay - but is a great way to help little kids to tell analog time, "The little hand tells you the hours and the big hand tells you the minutes." Was it planned?
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