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    Solar Tuna in work this morning.

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    Modifed SKX007.

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    Different Seiko today


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    Quote Originally Posted by P9CLY View Post
    This is REALLY a piece of cake! Beautiful!

    Jo

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    Show your Seikos.

    Attachment 17745IMG_5765.JPG

    A late birthday present to myself and straight into my top three.


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    Last edited by tabascokid; 9th May 2020 at 21:25.

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    Just got this though today



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    Quote Originally Posted by S.L View Post
    Absolutely stunning Love it.

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    Today, during a paraglider flight: my Seiko SNK803 mod:





    have a nice sunday!
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    Rescue

    Picked this up off the bay a while back - looking a little sorry
    Amazingly I sourced a replacement chapter ring, shroud screws and One of our wonderful members touched up the dial and gave it a sympathetic relume (I should the sent the bezel insert)
    7549 by biglewie, on Flickr
    Last edited by lewie; 13th May 2020 at 14:24.

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    Had to do a quick group shot

    Vintage Seiko by biglewie, on Flickr

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    This is my MM300. Means a huge amount to me because I bought it personally from Hattori-san's first ever shop in Ginza, Tokyo, on a work trip in 2017. Bit of a pilgrimage for me. Screenshot 2020-05-13 at 19.00.39 by Oscar India, on Flickr

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    Today, SNKL07 blue-red and ... 39° hot in Greece ...



    Nice Sunday! Jo

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    Customised SKX007

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    Daini 6106 and 6105. Love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodo View Post


    Daini 6106 and 6105. Love them.
    Aren't they Suwa?

    I always thought Daini was more of a lightning streak?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    Aren't they Suwa?

    I always thought Daini was more of a lightning streak?
    Daini Seikosha signed caseback and Automatic bridge, with the key aspect being the tanned lume which is only found on these Daini signed models.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodo View Post
    Daini Seikosha signed caseback and Automatic bridge, with the key aspect being the tanned lume which is only found on these Daini signed models.
    But why a Suwa signed dial?

    This is what I expect of a Daini dial, the lightning streak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodo View Post
    Wow!

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    All three back from a full movement service by Duncan 'The Watch Bloke'. Minty fresh and ready to go.



    Was tempted to list them for sale, but need to mull that one over...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil.C View Post
    But why a Suwa signed dial?

    This is what I expect of a Daini dial, the lightning streak.

    I deleted my response by accident. Typo of '69 should read '68.


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    A new Bonetto 284 strap for my Tuna, like it so much I may well get another of a different colour.

    284

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    still enjoy very much this little (41mm) Seiko


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    Mini-turtle PADI edition
    'love the waves detail on the dial.

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    Sleek and elegant 1968 Skyliner


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodo View Post
    I deleted my response by accident. Typo of '69 should read '68.

    How interesting - thanks for that.

    So those watches are put together with a mix of Daini/Suwa parts then? Rather unusual I guess as the factories were usually in competition with each other.

    A new one on me but I love to learn.
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    Wrong choice is strap but charging nonetheless.


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    New arrival


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    Show your Seikos.

    Taken for the Friday thread...



    It’s become my go to watch - quartz means it’s always ready, & solar means no battery changes... love it.

    (It is a slightly ‘enhanced’ or modded version of the original Solar PADI Tuna)

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    Last edited by zelig; 23rd May 2020 at 11:08.

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    I enjoy my Seiko autos and have the usual suspects ( Tuna, pogue, skx etc) but I really have started to enjoy the world of quartz and particularly HAQ
    They make great dailies or go to watches and it’s interesting to see how dear they were in the 1970s and 1980s with lovely cases to reflect. Modern GS too are addictive with the 9f .94D79568-486F-453D-BB0D-F4F71CF565E8.jpg0524DA10-6F20-4CB5-8C79-AED0C4539187.jpg


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    An interesting twist on a Seiko theme ...a Yema Image1590236545.287767.jpg


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    This popped up on my FB memories today. It was five years ago!

    The 007 on a Strapcode Oyster is still a lovely looking watch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    Taken for the Friday thread...



    It’s become my go to watch - quartz means it’s always ready, & solar means no battery changes... love it.

    (It is a slightly ‘enhanced’ or modded version of the original Solar PADI Tuna)

    z


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    That's a much admired watch. Tastefully modded too.

    Sent through the ether by diddling with radio waves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodo View Post
    That’s a stunner Guy, hope you are well?

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    Recently purchased from messym (Mel) , my Seiko Alpinist sarb017.


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    My favourite vintage Seiko chrono, the 6138-3002.
    Measuring 42.4mm without the crown is a great size for my wrist with a stepped minute marker giving some depth to the dial, applied Seiko logo and a flash of yellow is spot on for me.


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    You found one! Nice one Derek.
    Cheers..
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    A few 7123's (and a 7122..)........


    Some 7546's......


    And a 7803-8000, from 1976 that, from it's style and thickness (5.3mm!), looks like it was made about 20 years later...

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    Notoriously difficult dial to capture, but I managed a reasonable job with my phone this morning.


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    Sd Tuna

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    The 3 Amigos .
    Sd Tuna
    Ananta.
    Mm600.
    Spring drive rocks
    And don't let anybody tell you other wise .
    Pure class.

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    Still my favourite grab 'n' go
    (I have 3... ... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by LuvWatch View Post
    My favourite vintage Seiko chrono, the 6138-3002.
    Measuring 42.4mm without the crown is a great size for my wrist with a stepped minute marker giving some depth to the dial, applied Seiko logo and a flash of yellow is spot on for me.

    Superb - this was my first vintage and I feel it is such a great design. Was smitten so much I had 3 at one point! Alas the bracelet was a hair puller and I ended up keeping my first one. An old pic of mine...




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    Quote Originally Posted by Watch freek View Post
    The 3 Amigos .
    Sd Tuna
    Ananta.
    Mm600.
    Spring drive rocks
    And don't let anybody tell you other wise .
    Oh, I do love that Ananta.

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