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  1. #5651
    A rarely seen Seiko Chronometer from 1972 is a King Seiko in all but name...




  2. #5652
    Quote Originally Posted by bedlam View Post
    Went hunting for Dragons this morning...

    What a stunning creature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim W View Post
    A rarely seen Seiko Chronometer from 1972 is a King Seiko in all but name...



    That's splendid. Love the dial

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  4. #5654
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim W View Post
    A rarely seen Seiko Chronometer from 1972 is a King Seiko in all but name...



    Very nice watch!!

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    Currently having a mini turtle modded to this style

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    Love the MM handset!
    I am also having a fairly big mod on a full Turtle as we speak..... well excited - but nothing to show here for a week or so at least (sorry).


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    Liking retro

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    Did you say retro?



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    A rather alluring Lord Marvel from 1970 . Simple , clean and elegant . Amazing accuracy from the 5740 high beat manual movement . IMG_5803.jpg


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    A little vintage Seiko 5 DX from the 70s.

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  11. #5661

    600 to go for the day


  12. #5662
    Still enjoying this one...




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  13. #5663

    7C43 7010

    Gets my vote for the most legible diver

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heuerfan View Post
    Gets my vote for the most legible diver
    Very much so. The white hands are more legible than the polished skx hands now.

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    SLA017

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heuerfan View Post
    Gets my vote for the most legible diver
    Maybe....


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    SNE471 on Timefactors grey nato


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    Show your Seikos.

    Seiko Tuna SBBN035, my work watch sorted...



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    SCVS001


    SARB072

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    6159-7001:


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    Really enjoying this George's Straps one piece, highly recommended


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    Having been a fan of the Oris Big Pilot I picked up this Seiko alternative which is surprisingly versatile and, for my rapidly failing eyesight, very legible.

    Here on its bracelet, TF grey nato and a Di Modell Jumbo:






  27. #5677
    Still loving this one


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    Quote Originally Posted by martyloveswatches View Post
    Liking retro

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    Very retro, very nice.

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    Tnx! And its perfectly aligned

    ...which is why I tried for almost a year ti find the right one, couldn believe they are hard to get

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    Well I have to admit I *very very* rarely go for jumbo size watch nowadays but 47 years earlier I ‘m diving in it ;)

    This beauty remains among the ones in my collection on which I can look at during long minutes without remembering what time it is ;)


  31. #5681
    6306-7001 Scubapro 450 from March 1978:


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    Another 7548-7000 added to the collection this morning.


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    Sportsmatic Silverwave.
    There were 6 variants of Silverwave from 1961 to 1965. The black dial 30m Sportsmatic is the most elusive of them all.
    The Silverwave was the first Seiko to feature the Tsunami caseback. It was reintroduced on divers in 1975 on the 6159-7010, then on successive divers ever since.




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    Seiko 7C43-700B from August 1986 on gl831 (zlm08) rubber strap with box and manual:



    and todays wrist shot


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    Quote Originally Posted by mariod View Post
    Seiko 7C43-700B from August 1986 on gl831 (zlm08) rubber strap with box and manual:



    and todays wrist shot

    Pure porn!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaketheCannoli View Post
    Pure porn!


    Its sibling: 7C43-700B from February 1988


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    Quote Originally Posted by mariod View Post


    Its sibling: 7C43-700B from February 1988

    You're killing me!

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    This one just arrived (sbbn033). I have always been afraid of the size but as others have said it wears smaller than expected.

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    I wore this yesterday- for a watch over 35 years old it’s just fantastic- it’s been sat at the back of my bedside draw for ages and decided when I did the time change to give it an outing
    When my old dad saw it he asked it was a new watch
    7548 by biglewie, on Flickr

  40. #5690
    007 Bubi mod
    Hey Rod! This was yours! I think of you always, you made me the seiko man I am today!

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    BUBI 0_0

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    2 x black for me



  42. #5692
    6139-7010 from February 1970. I believe this is the only 6139 chrono to have Arabic numerals.


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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    2 x black for me


    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaketheCannoli View Post
    Having been a fan of the Oris Big Pilot I picked up this Seiko alternative which is surprisingly versatile and, for my rapidly failing eyesight, very legible.
    That looks good. Was considering one of these as I've been looking for a simple solar watch. Shame it is too big for me. I got quite annoyed that here is are so few options under 40mm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim W View Post
    Sportsmatic Silverwave.
    There were 6 variants of Silverwave from 1961 to 1965. The black dial 30m Sportsmatic is the most elusive of them all.
    The Silverwave was the first Seiko to feature the Tsunami caseback. It was reintroduced on divers in 1975 on the 6159-7010, then on successive divers ever since.
    You lucky man, that is really lovely. I have recently been finding out about Silverwaves as I saw a later quartz model for sale and took a fancy to these first ones. They played an interesting part in the whole Seiko diver story.

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    NOS BFS 4me

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    2 x black for me


    Same here but no Arrow Hour at all for me ;)


  48. #5698
    Quote Originally Posted by Wimm View Post
    You lucky man, that is really lovely. I have recently been finding out about Silverwaves as I saw a later quartz model for sale and took a fancy to these first ones. They played an interesting part in the whole Seiko diver story.
    The Silverwave preceded the 62mas and was more of a snorkelling watch rather than a diver. It has taken several years, but I have managed to accumulate all 6 Silverwave variants. Here's a 1963 Seikomatic 50m Silverwave, and a hard to read (even out of the water) sunburst dial version:






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    Here comes the Emperor ;) :



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    Tuna:



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