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Seiko Mile Marker SLT095

Posted by wristwatch on September 23, 2007


Seiko Mile Marker SLT095 cleverly calculates traveling distances and compass direction. Just trace its map wheel (that knob to the left of the face) along any map and the watch will calculate the distance in miles from point A to point B. The watch also has a 10 year battery life and is one of the most accurate around in terms of keeping the time and date correct.

* Mile Marker Collection.
* Black Dial with silver tone hands and markers.
* Calculates traveling distances and compass direction using classic, reliable technology.
* The left crown is used to trace distance on a map. Maps using the 1:62500 scale (1 inch – approx 1 mile, used by many USGS topo maps and common road maps) can be read directly. A wallet size card is included to convert other map scales.
* A laminated conversion chart for use with maps of different scales is included.
* Includes a pocket size leather-bound guide to US National Parks.
* Able to determine direction utilizing 24 hour hand, rotating compass bezel ring and the position of the sun.
* Once set, the perpetual calendar automatically adjusts for odd and even months including February of leap years upto February 28, 2100.
* Indicates month, date and number of years since last leap year.
* 24 hour hand can display the time in another time zone.
* High accuracy – yearly loss/gain rate of less than 20 seconds.
* Battery life indicator.
* 10 year battery life.
* Scratch resistant Hardlex crystal.
* Screwdown caseback.
* LumiBrite Hands and Markers.
* Fold-over push button deployment clasp with Micro Adjustment.
* Water Resistant to 200m.
* Case measures 42mm diameter by 14mm thick.
* Stainless steel case and bracelet.

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