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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel View Post
    This is a really nice Seiko dress watch !

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    First generation SKX779 Black Monster, finally on the bracelet, as nature intended.

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    Quote Originally Posted by helidoc View Post
    First generation SKX779 Black Monster, finally on the bracelet, as nature intended.

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    I've never understood wearing a monster on anything other than it's own bracelet. So wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    I've never understood wearing a monster on anything other than it's own bracelet. So wrong.
    This one came on Z20 rubber strap, so it took me a while to source a period correct bracelet with the right code. It certainly transforms the watch!

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    My modded Seiko (in today’s sun...)




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    Quote Originally Posted by helidoc View Post
    This one came on Z20 rubber strap, so it took me a while to source a period correct bracelet with the right code. It certainly transforms the watch!

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    By Seiko standards, it's actually a pretty good bracelet! A well designed bit of metal and looks great despite the lack of end links. Enjoy!

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    What to choose on 7548, Uncle Seiko Z199 or razor wire?

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    I do like the razor wire

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    Quote Originally Posted by lewie View Post
    I do like the razor wire
    Have to admit the razor wire looks good but for me it has to be the Z199.




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    Tnx guys, I think I will save the Z199

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    if you have an original Seiko Z199 then that's always the one IMHO

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    Uncle Seiko Z199, very happy also

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    7002

    Not original, however works like a little tank. I love how it wears a tiny bit smaller than an SKX.

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    Wearing this all week :-)

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    Helps if the link works

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    Quote Originally Posted by weaselid View Post
    7002

    Not original, however works like a little tank. I love how it wears a tiny bit smaller than an SKX.

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    I could see that is not original as the hands almost match the indices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    I could see that is not original as the hands almost match the indices.
    The 7002 movement is fantastic though. Under appreciated in my opinion.

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    Nice Easterday to everyone ! (SNKL07K1)

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    6106-7570 Advan from 1972 ............ Advan = Advanced Design .........and 25 J below the date window is 25 Jewels ........6106 movement

    alongside a Rolex OP 6426 (from 1973), for size/style comparison



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    Bezel insert replaced with an oe skx007 insert.

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    SCVS001 Spirit




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    Loving my Stormin Norman I picked up in a trade recently, the lume is a beautiful light grey colour

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrich View Post
    Loving my Stormin Norman I picked up in a trade recently, the lume is a beautiful light grey colour

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    if it is the 7548 model that the General wore, then I think the "Stormin Norman" is the 700F - the model with the SQ symbol above Divers 150 and with the suwa symbol next to the date rectangle. i.e it is a different (later), dial to your watch
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillN View Post
    if it is the 7548 model that the General wore, then I think the "Stormin Norman" is the 700F - the model with the SQ symbol above Divers 150 and with the suwa symbol next to the date rectangle. i.e it is a different (later), dial to your watch
    I stand corrected Bill, I have the 700B and not the 700F - guess that would count as a demotion :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigrich View Post
    I stand corrected Bill, I have the 700B and not the 700F - guess that would count as a demotion :)
    your next purchase, a 700F with an original SQ Bracelet?

    the 7548 is one of my favourite watches - tough as boots with quartz accuracy

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    I do have a fair few Seikos. My oldest is a Seiko Gyro, their first Automatic.



    My daily beater is an SKX009 on a baseball leather strap.



    My most unique is my bead blasted Orange Monster.



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    My 1969 “Cevert”

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    Back on the wrist

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    Quote Originally Posted by docrwm View Post
    I do have a fair few Seikos. My oldest is a Seiko Gyro, their first Automatic.





    That's a lovely old vintage.

    Love the script dials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillN View Post
    if it is the 7548 model that the General wore, then I think the "Stormin Norman" is the 700F - the model with the SQ symbol above Divers 150 and with the suwa symbol next to the date rectangle. i.e it is a different (later), dial to your watch
    Nice watch, can't beat a 7548.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jneds View Post
    Nice watch, can't beat a 7548.



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    Nice patina on yours

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    The above 7548 is really lovely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben265 View Post
    Nice patina on yours

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkb89 View Post
    The above 7548 is really lovely.
    Thanks chaps and it is ageing nicely and watch is some 40 years old. The dial lume plots have gone a lovely cream colour while the original hands haven't which isn't unusual. I believe this is due to different batches of lume for hands and dial. It was purchased from the original owner who had dived all over the world with it.

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    Vintage orange vibe


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    That is nice wee bit of orange seiko there! Nice scale!

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    My Giugiaro that I usually wear when I'm put on my motorbike. No bike today, but worth a rotation :)

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    Seiko SNXS75 with decent leather strap.

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    My new SZSB012 ‘spirit’. Reminds me of the SBGR253 I had. Not exactly as perfect but not exactly the same price!


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    Today. I'm going to wear a dress watch. Why???? Do I have anywhere nice to go???..... No, but I'm going to wear it anyway.

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    A new arrival



    It is an 8229-703A. I love the dial. A lot.

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    MM300 in the garden today. So nice to be able to pop out into the garden for lunch between calls. Some aspects of lockdown are really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wimm View Post
    A new arrival



    It is an 8229-703A. I love the dial. A lot.
    Probably my childish sense of humour but the logo at the bottom of the dial always makes me laugh.

    I have an old Type II with the same single crystal logo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Probably my childish sense of humour but the logo at the bottom of the dial always makes me laugh.

    I have an old Type II with the same single crystal logo.
    I know what you mean , my wife mentioned it when she first noticed it. What does your childish sense of humour make of the twin crystal symbol?





    Sadly not my image.

    That's a very nice Type 2 you have there, an unusual pale blue dial.

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    (date now corrected)

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    SPB079 and SLA021 in the garden earlier. SPB079 seeks much harder to photo.

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