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  • Waywof 27.4.18

    Have a great weekend all.
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    'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' - but lets face it some people have better eyesight than others!

  • #2
    69 Seiko for me today.
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ID:	41412 Have a great weekend
    Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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    • harlansmart
      harlansmart commented
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      CS, what year is that...

      Wish people would always write seiko serials down

      (Certain numbers & certain years being of particular interest)

    • captainscarlet1
      captainscarlet1 commented
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      Serial 900993 H, so Oct 69 by my reckoning

  • #3
    Forgot to change out from one of the daily regulars, not to worry, have a good weekend all.



    My second hand needs another coat of paint too... guaranteed to screw the watch up in the process

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    • #4
      Dancing hands today.


      Sent from my VFD 710 using Tapatalk

      Rest easy Matty , My best Mate and Son

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      • harlansmart
        harlansmart commented
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        Definitely Autumn somewhere!

    • #5
      Sammi on a new crafter blue strap - wish seiko made straps shorter for us smaller wristed folk

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      • harlansmart
        harlansmart commented
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        Whats that strap NINCA ?

      • NINCA
        NINCA commented
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        Harlan, it's a Crafter Blue Curved End Rubber Strap "New" Samurai Series (CB09) ... not sure if they will fit that gorgeous orangey sammi of yours? https://www.crafterblue.com/ I see they do SKX and also Tudor compatible.

      • harlansmart
        harlansmart commented
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        Sorry - I didn't read properly, my bad.

    • #6



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      “I want to touch base on how we’ll synergize the pivot going forward”

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      • Sarbie
        Sarbie commented
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        wow that looks fresh, nice shot, my favourite colour turtle. looks deadly

    • #7
      Unicorn, had to show this, and fitted with the Rolex movement, keeping perfect time. Click image for larger version

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      'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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      • #8
        Good to see a proper Rolex/Unicorn
        Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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        • #9
          Hmm, a pretty special SEIKO here, 100% All Original, the very 1st PROFESSIONAL diver... some fat SEIKO bars are needed..

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          • #10
            2.5mm SEIKO fat bars (check)

            Big ups to
            SEIKO Pro & esteemed Forum Member Kiwidave who has just fully overhauled & serviced this all original unfettered 1965 SEIKO 62MAS.. doing +2/d on our Weishi No 1900 Timer


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            Harlan
            Timekeeper Watch Club
            Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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              • harlansmart
                harlansmart commented
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                haha the mighty TIMER® INDIGLO HELIX

            • #12
              May 1965 SEIKO 6217

              DIASHOCK
              WATER
              150PROOF
              Codename '62MAS'
              Manual Auto Self-Dater
              Series One 6217-8000
              Calibre 6217 || 17J
              #5509915

              Seiko's 1st Professional Divers Watch, released in 8000 form in 1965 - all other
              SEIKO PROFESSIONAL Divers are born from this watch.

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              Harlan
              Timekeeper Watch Club
              Auckland, New Zealand, Pacific Ocean, Earth

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              • jakem
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                Beautiful!

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              My karma ran over your dogma

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              • #14
                Originally posted by harlansmart
                May 1965 SEIKO 6217

                DIASHOCK
                WATER
                150PROOF
                Codename '62MAS'
                Manual Auto Self-Dater
                Series One 6217-8000
                Calibre 6217 || 17J
                #5509915

                Seiko's 1st Professional Divers Watch, released in 8000 form in 1965 - all other
                SEIKO PROFESSIONAL Divers are born from this watch.

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                Sick.

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                • #15
                  Here today is Harlans offspring.
                  62(-9)mas.
                  .....seiko 53mas

                  That sure is a heavy hitter Harlan, bloody ripper




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                  Last edited by Sarbie; 27-04-18, 20:38. Reason: photo text consolidation
                  I was a one watch guy until I got my first SEIKO

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