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    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!

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    Have a good one all.

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    • harlansmart
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      Coo watch, very 3-D type dial and good AR coating as well. Nice.

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    Im hoping to wear this next week, awaiting spacers

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    'Man Invented time, Cyma Perfected it.'

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    • cyma
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      Thanks Don yes your correct with it being the P3 and serial no 2771xx dates it to july 1972, am i correct? Pete.

    • Don
      Don commented
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      Pete, I think you are thinking of a different company ...This is Pulsar of Time Computer Inc, a subsidiary of Hamilton Watch, Pennsylvania, USA. You might be thinking of Pulsar of Seiko Corp., which didn't exist prior to Seiko's acquisition in 1978. So, not a Seiko-style serial number there and can't be interpreted as such

      Reference I have states that the P3 was released in 1973 (Q3), and produced until 1975, so your watch would date to '73-75. 1973 was the absolute golden year of American LED, and by the mid-70s, LED watches sold so many that Seiko, who manufactured analog quartz but not LED, were losing sales due to American LEDs. The public's romance with these ended in '76, and everything went bust by '77. The watch industry can be funny sometimes
      Last edited by Don; 24-07-20, 23:29.

    • cyma
      cyma commented
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      Yes, your dead right Don, was going on seiko serial no to date,

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    Broad Arrow for me this week.

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    Keep warm, and have a great weekend
    Preparation and planning prevent piss poor performance

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    • #5
      Plenty of chronos about, tossing another one into the mix.

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      • #6
        Have a great weekend gents

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

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        • #7
          Hmm ... must have missed the memo about a chronograph week ...Really great to see, guys! I counted 13/14 pusher buttons together





          SEIKO "PROFESSIONAL" Automatic 300m SLA021 / SBDX023
          On the instruments we entrust to pace our lives, to bear witness to our days, and to be the keepers of the most precious thing we have... time.

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            Have a great weekend all Click image for larger version

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            Last edited by Artemis12; 24-07-20, 22:59.

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            • Artemis12
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              Its amazing how thick this fantastic "citizen bn2024-05e diver" is!!! At a whopping 17mm thick, the chapter ring must be 5 or 6mm deep.. Actually, now that you've mentioned that, it dose resembling an ashtray "lol" It really does deserve a good nick name!! Littlezilla as its only a 200m diver??? Lol

            • harlansmart
              harlansmart commented
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              Guess it needs a case top that thick because of 'all the stuff on the side of it'?

            • Artemis12
              Artemis12 commented
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              I've been looking for the secret storage pusher to crack open the top for a while now with no luck!!!! Lol Happy Sunday
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