Reviews and Problems with Seiko Men's SNDA65 Chronograph Strap Watch
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1 February 2012
Summary: I have a collection of Seiko watches with a fondness for chronographs. This is by far my favorite, it's looks sharp and has a big face which is easy to read. In fact, I already owned one, but my dog ate the wristband off of that one so I bought another one.
Summary: Just got this watch as a birthday gift and it is a great looking watch. It looks great with either casual wear or business attire. I'll probably never use the chronograph feature but the one thing I like about the watch is that it has the date on it.
Summary: I have had this watch for about four months now, I love the way it looks and the finish has proven to be fairly rugged. I am not easy on watches, which is why I chose this watch over some of my more expensive tastes. I have mine on a NATO band which looks great.
Summary: Just received the watch so i don't have much on durability. Going on looks alone this is a sweet timepiece. It's large but not overly so, and contrary to other reviewers, I really like the watchband, which appears to be made of very high quality/durable nylon.
Summary: I bought this watch as I was looking for a relatively inexpensive black PVD-coated chronograph watch. It is, like everybody says, extremely accurate and the case does hold up to some really tough wear'n'tear. Very comfortable to wear, resonably light and looks cool!
Summary: This is a great watch with good size (big watches are "in"), excellent build quality and nearly perfect time keeping. I haven't lost a second against the atomic clock since I set it a week ago. My automatic self-winding Baume & Mercier loses about 5 seconds per day for comparison.
Summary: Seiko Men's SNAB65 Alarm Chronograph Leather Strap Watch I have owned this watch for approximately 2 years and wore it daily for the first year and now wear it several times a week. It has remained fully functional, its quite durable, and remains very accurate.