Friday, 21 December 2012

Seiko Men's SNA411 Flight Alarm Chronograph Watch Review

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.

Product Description

  • 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.

  • slide rules rule!
    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.

    Better than a pocket calculator 
    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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