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This watch features a 43mm stainless steel case with a stainless steel bracelet.

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For one fleeting moment I thought this could be the SNA411 aka "dear old Flighty". Unrealistic I know, but one can dream, right? Still kicking myself for not picking one up when they were under $200.

Back on topic. Seiko makes a fine quartz chronograph, for those who appreciate what a true chronograph is. I'm sure this model is a fine specimen. dkagarwa, the picture is clearly taken right of center (you can see the right side of the case, but not the left). That "misalignment" appears to be a parallax error, not a QC issue.

Point taken about the oddball 21mm lug width however. That is annoying.
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Not bad, came out in 2016 and listed on amazon now for $110, cheep and decent enough to be a throwaway.
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Size: 43mm
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Looks nice and haven't seen many quartz chronographs with 1/10th seconds.

But the picture shows the second hand off of 12 which may not be a good sign (if that is something that gets under your skin).

May also want to consider band width is 21 mm, which makes finding alternative straps more challenging.
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Looks nice and haven't seen many quartz chronographs with 1/10th seconds.

But the picture shows the second hand off of 12 which may not be a good sign (if that is something that gets under your skin).

May also want to consider band width is 21 mm, which makes finding alternative straps more challenging.
For one fleeting moment I thought this could be the SNA411 aka "dear old Flighty". Unrealistic I know, but one can dream, right? Still kicking myself for not picking one up when they were under $200.

Back on topic. Seiko makes a fine quartz chronograph, for those who appreciate what a true chronograph is. I'm sure this model is a fine specimen. dkagarwa, the picture is clearly taken right of center (you can see the right side of the case, but not the left). That "misalignment" appears to be a parallax error, not a QC issue.

Point taken about the oddball 21mm lug width however. That is annoying.
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For one fleeting moment I thought this could be the SNA411 aka "dear old Flighty". Unrealistic I know, but one can dream, right? Still kicking myself for not picking one up when they were under $200.

Back on topic. Seiko makes a fine quartz chronograph, for those who appreciate what a true chronograph is. I'm sure this model is a fine specimen. dkagarwa, the picture is clearly taken right of center (you can see the right side of the case, but not the left). That "misalignment" appears to be a parallax error, not a QC issue.

Point taken about the oddball 21mm lug width however. That is annoying.
The SNA411 is on jomashop for 220 with an additional $10 coupon, and 215 on drop.
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Looks nice and haven't seen many quartz chronographs with 1/10th seconds.

But the picture shows the second hand off of 12 which may not be a good sign (if that is something that gets under your skin).

May also want to consider band width is 21 mm, which makes finding alternative straps more challenging.
Very useful post. Thanks!
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Not a big fan of skeleton hands, they are a little too hard to see in the dark, if they had some lume I'd be interested in this.
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