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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyl1000 View Post
    I like the monsters, do they have normal lugs? I don't like the style of bracelet at all but if you able to fit something else then I would definitely have a look for that green one.
    This should help you (Gen 2 I believe)

    https://www.ablogtowatch.com/seiko-s...-watch-review/

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    Just arrived from eBay..... 1973 6138-0030 Kakume Speedtimer:


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    Couldnít resist the opportunity


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    Latest Seiko arrival - sne518p1 Ďsave the oceaní special edition solar tuna for Fabien Cousteau foundation - here with my spring drive tuna sbdb013 and turtle


    Surprised & pleased to see it has luminous indices for first 15 minutes on bezel too - even my spring drive tuna doesnít have that


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    A little circa 1977 6306 on Uncle Seiko Oyster...


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    Itís cocktail time!


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    Stbr008, arrived today, I feel it wears too small.

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  8. #5408
    still cling to the green




  9. #5409
    Gold Turtle on Strapcode Jubilee.

    Talk about wrist presence!


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    Black Tuna and solar Tuna

    Wysłane z mojego STV100-4 przy użyciu Tapatalka

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    Just arrived yesterday, really impressed with it...




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    Pipin

    Untitled by biglewie, on Flickr

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    My "older" Astron. I just love the colour!


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    newly arrived



    Last edited by seikomatic; 20th December 2018 at 05:47.

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    Vintage Monaco


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    Spring Drive Tuna & Solar Tuna today
    Steve



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    Bellmatic.


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    Hereís my teal 7548-700C from 1984:


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    Tuna in front of the fire on Christmas Eve

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    That's so cool. I might buy a "golden" Seiko once (thinking about the Stargate in rosegold). Do you wear it often, or is the wrist presence too much for daily wear?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mean_Go_Getter View Post
    Gold Turtle on Strapcode Jubilee.

    Talk about wrist presence!


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    Show your Seikos.

    New SPB035J.



    Iím increasingly liking dress watches and this is great value.

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    Xmas present of awesome!

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    I really just canít stop staring at the dial, however the strap is on the wrong way round. I saw that on various reviews and itís bugging the crap out of me because the strap end keeps catching on things, so Iím changing it round tomorrow as soon as I can be bothered!

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    Obviously a padi

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    SBBN040

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaketheCannoli View Post
    Nice and clean. Modded Sea Urchin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobetobes View Post


    I really just canít stop staring at the dial, however the strap is on the wrong way round. I saw that on various reviews and itís bugging the crap out of me because the strap end keeps catching on things, so Iím changing it round tomorrow as soon as I can be bothered!
    Indeed lovely watch! Is the strap actually the wrong way round? Normally it is due to how the deployent works?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tobetobes View Post
    Xmas present of awesome!
    Beautiful, that's a nice present.

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    Christmas present. Very happy with it. (Obviously picked myself).

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyl1000 View Post
    Nice and clean. Modded Sea Urchin?
    No, it’s an SKX031. The Sea Urchin is a Seiko 5 model.

    Last edited by TaketheCannoli; 26th December 2018 at 21:54.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeikoFrank View Post
    Beautiful, that's a nice present.
    Wife literally knocked it out of the park, and with only a tiny bit of hinting!

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    Show your Seikos.

    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Indeed lovely watch! Is the strap actually the wrong way round? Normally it is due to how the deployent works?
    I think so yes, the short end of the strap is on the top side of of all my other watches, including Sinn and Stowa with deployants. With the buckle/strap end on the top of the watch. This is how it looks as standard.



    I think it even looks odd this way round! Still, Iíve changed it now and itís way more comfortable for me.

  34. #5434
    I had this waiting for me on Christmas day. I've always fancied a modern turtle to go with my vintage birth year 6309-7040.
    Have to say this is exceeding my expectations at the moment, the sunburst silver dial in particular is great. Is a nice, low number too - 20.

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    Given how many of us chaps live in fear of our wives saying, "Isn't that a new watch?" ... this one is a bit different, Christmas pressie from my wife! Definitely a keeper! and the wife is too ;))

    Seiko "Great Blue Hole" SPB083J1 / SBDC065.



    Okay, hands up how many noticed the misaligned bezel? worse still, the date is misaligned too :_( i.e. the number almost nudges the top of the date window. Come on Seiko! where's your QC????

    In case anybody is interested, I popped along to Seiko in Maidenhead (since I live pretty near by), and they no longer take watches for repair/service via their reception - I'll save my rant for another thread.

    -mykk-

    P.S. i can't believe this is my first "show your Seikos". Tut, tut, me!

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    Seiko Brightz World Time SAGZ027


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    Quote Originally Posted by mykk View Post
    Given how many of us chaps live in fear of our wives saying, "Isn't that a new watch?" ... this one is a bit different, Christmas pressie from my wife! Definitely a keeper! and the wife is too ;))

    Seiko "Great Blue Hole" SPB083J1 / SBDC065.



    Okay, hands up how many noticed the misaligned bezel? worse still, the date is misaligned too :_( i.e. the number almost nudges the top of the date window. Come on Seiko! where's your QC????

    In case anybody is interested, I popped along to Seiko in Maidenhead (since I live pretty near by), and they no longer take watches for repair/service via their reception - I'll save my rant for another thread.

    -mykk-

    P.S. i can't believe this is my first "show your Seikos". Tut, tut, me!


    Iíd say youíd get that sorted by adjusting the dial feet, especially as the date is misaligned. Itís very unlikely the date wheel is misaligned as itís held steady with a pretty strong spring.

    To me Iíd say the dial feet are probably bent, they could be adjusted so the whole dial would clock anti-clockwise and thatíd align the dial with the date and chapter ring.

  38. #5438
    Quote Originally Posted by andrewcregan View Post
    Thank you very much ;-)
    A couple more for you, taken around the same time.




    Lumes up nicely, even inside on an overcast day.
    STOP! Now I have to buy one

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    My one and only; A simple 007(J) on tan leather natoÖ


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    The wife was lucky enough to get this for Christmas. I'm such a caring husband!

    It's a limited edition (like almost all watches nowadays) ladies version of the cocktail time with the same dial inspiration at the Grand Seiko "Snowflake". At 33.8mm it's a nice size automatic ladies watch.

    As ever with Seiko watches the dials are very hard to photograph. Here are my best attempts with the phone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanST150 View Post
    The wife was lucky enough to get this for Christmas. I'm such a caring husband!

    It's a limited edition (like almost all watches nowadays) ladies version of the cocktail time with the same dial inspiration at the Grand Seiko "Snowflake". At 33.8mm it's a nice size automatic ladies watch.

    As ever with Seiko watches the dials are very hard to photograph. Here are my best attempts with the phone.
    That is fantastic. Looking for something similar for my sister. 20 percent off here I see,
    https://www.watcho.co.uk/Watches/Sei...waAlATEALw_wcB
    Last edited by mindforge; 31st December 2018 at 20:27.

  42. #5442
    6139-600x Pogues are usually seen with a Black or Yellow dial. Less commonly seen is the Silver dial version.
    Here's my 1973 6139-6002 in lovely completely original condition:


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    Love mine. That dial




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    The understated one

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    Love mine. That dial




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    What model number is this please? I knew there was a black dial with black or blue bezel, but hadn't seen a blue dial before? Looks stunning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Onelasttime View Post
    What model number is this please? I knew there was a black dial with black or blue bezel, but hadn't seen a blue dial before? Looks stunning
    Thanks. This is the Special Edition ďThe Great Blue HoleĒ SPB083J1 / SBDC065. It comes in a set with the steel bracelet as well as a dark blue Seiko rubber strap.


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    Last edited by chrisrennie44; 1st January 2019 at 20:01.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrennie44 View Post
    Thanks. This is the Special Edition ďThe Great Blue HoleĒ SPB083J1 / SBDC065. It comes in a set with the steel bracelet as well as a dark blue Seiko rubber strap.


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    Oh dear! I need to step away from the web for a few weeks to prevent me doing something silly

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    The most recent SBDC's with the glossy/lacquered bezels is lovely

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    The most recent SBDC's with the glossy/lacquered bezels is lovely

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