Seiko Chronograph Mens Watch SNDA67

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Brand Name Seiko
Model number SNDA67
Part Number SNDA67
Item Shape Round
Display Type Chronograph
Case Diameter 43.5 millimetres
Case Thickness 11 millimetres
Band Width 21 millimetres
Band Colour Silver
Movement Japanese Quartz

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Hour minute and small second hands Chronograph measures split and accumulated elapsed time Chronograph can measure up to 12 hours in 1/20 second increments 100 meters water resistance


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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome watch! 25 July 2011
By ICan'tBelieveIt - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this watch. I'm not a fan of metal bands/straps so as soon as I got the watch I replaced the band that came with it with a Timefactors NATO (RAF pattern -- that is, one layer of strap underneath the watch, not two).

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What I like:
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This is a great, great looking watch. In my personal opinion it's very diverse and looks sporty (especially with a nylon strap) while looking sharp and classy at the same time.

I love the hint of orange on the watch (the small second hand and large stopwatch second hand is orange).

The stopwatch can time up to 12 hours. This is very difficult to find even on analog chronos costing many hundreds/thousands more than this one. Most of them can time at most 30-60 minutes. Anyway, you can check YouTube for a nice video demonstrating how the chrono hands move while the stopwatch is running.

The lume is great.

It's been a few weeks since I synchronized to the atomic clock and so far it's been dead accurate, and only running about .5 seconds fast.

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What I don't like:
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I know this section is quite a bit longer than the "What I Like" section, but don't take that to mean I don't like the watch or that it has major flaws! As mentioned previously, I love it and think it's a superb watch.

Anyway, that aside, there are two very minor things I don't love about it. Most, if not all, apparently aren't specific to just this watch, so keep that in mind:

1) People who wear their watches on their right wrist can skip this paragraph: I wear this watch on my left wrist (remember too: I replaced the stock metal band with a nylon strap), fairly loosely, and at times I can feel the crown on the back of my hand (this is my first analog, so I'm not sure how common of an "issue" this is -- but from what little looking I've done apparently this isn't the only watch where people have said they can feel the crown). I think if the crown were less knurled/smoother, and maybe if it sat a tad higher, it would be more comfortable. However, it's not terribly uncomfortable, and in fact after the first few days of wearing the watch I rarely notice the crown anymore. YMMV, as on a very popular watch forum, many people have stated they've never felt the crown on the back of their hand.

2) Hand alignment: The chrono hands on my watch are ever so slightly misaligned/off-center with their markers (the big orange hand being the most off-center on my watch), though not enough to bother me enough to take it to a jeweler. Apparently this is somewhat of a common issue with this watch (as well as more expensive chronos, including Omegas...). One of these days, like maybe when the battery eventually needs to be replaced, I might take it to the local jeweler and see if they can realign the hands. If they can't, or I never get around to it, it's no big deal. That being said, it would've been nice if my watch came straight from the factory with perfectly aligned/centered chrono hands. I do want to mention that I know of others who got this watch and have perfectly aligned hands, so again, YMMV.

I also wanted to mention that (and I'm being extremely picky here!) I noticed that at the top of some hours -- I'm not sure if it happens for all of them or not -- while the hour hand indeed hits the marker, if you look very (very) closely you can just tell that the hand is just a tad to the left of dead center on the marker. It appears to take until about 2 minutes max past the hour for the hour hand to be dead center on the marker. It's much much much harder to notice than the chrono hand misalignment by the way, and again it's a VERY minor quibble, but I just thought I'd mention it. By the way I asked about this issue too on the same popular watch forum, and they said that this can easily be fixed by a watch repairman and that it's not uncommon even for expensive quartz watches.

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If I could give partial stars, this watch would get 4.75 stars from me. If it weren't for the misaligned hands on my watch and the slightly uncomfortable crown, it'd get 5 stars.

Those very minor issues aside, this watch looks awesome, it's very functional, and it's very accurate. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat, and I highly recommend it.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Watch 17 Mar. 2011
By ecidic - Published on Amazon.com
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First off let me just say that people need to stop giving products bad ratings because of the sellers involved. You are NOT reviewing the seller here, just the product.

With that said on to the review. This watch is absolutely a steal once you realize that the SNDA67 (as of the time of this review; $128) is the pretty much the same as the SNDA65 ($173.69), SNDA69 ($180), SNDA27P1 ($169)for much less. There are "some" minor differences with the models I listed above, mostly do to case color and band color and material. However, there is nothing worth the $50 extra you are paying for those models. Especially when it comes to bands, since they can be changed so easily.

Under the hood (what matters) these watches are identical. Time is accurate and I haven't noticed more than a loss of 5 seconds per month. It's a chronograph and others have reviewed that aspect, so not much else to add. The LUM on this watch is impressive, very impressive. Seiko is known for the their lum paint, but at the end of the day it is still paint as opposed to gas cells like Luminox or Lum-tec use (although much more $$$$). However, this watch with only a few hours of low light, in my home office, will glow bright enough to be easily readable for a sold 8 hours.

Not a big fan of bracelets so can't really comment on the quality of the one that ships with this watch other then to say it seems adequate. I knew this before buying and chose this model for it's low price and always intended to change the band upon arrival. I was able to buy (2) maratec nato bands and the watch for less than what the other models cost. I've included a shot of the watch with the new James Bond NATO band in the user pictures sections.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Very unhappy with this watch. 18 Mar. 2012
By WalterRohrl - Published on Amazon.com
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This watch failed at the number one thing for which I need a watch -- telling time!!! I use a wristwatch for several time sensitive processes at work. On two separate ocasions the crown pulled-out, stopping the watch, while it was on my wrist and while I was in the middle of some inportant business. After that second instance I took the watch off of my wrist and nearly threw the thing for distance. I have since purchased a Luminox 1824. It has a screw-down crown, RELIABLY TELLS TIME, and has great tritium markers that I can see all night long. Oh, yeah -- the band on the Luminox is of very high quality, on par with Breitling.
In short -- don't waste your time on this watch. If you need to spend $100 or less for a rugged watch, get a Casio G-Shock. They do the job with style and last forever. If you can spend more, you won't find anything like what the SNDA67 is supposed to be for under $350. Don't waste your money anywhere in the range between the two.
4.0 out of 5 stars nice watch 12 July 2011
By E.G.T. - Published on Amazon.com
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A good looking [of course this is pretty much subjective] watch. However, its bracelet feels cheap and soft [gets scratched immediately].
Easy to read; nice illumination; good size and weight.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Watch 5 May 2013
By Donald Rosser - Published on Amazon.com
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Like everything about it. Seiko quality is tops. Looks good, feels good, and runs good. What more can you ask.
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