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As with many things that I own that are saltwater oriented, I’ve begun collecting watches again - primarily diver’s watches.  My first ever dive watch was a Seiko from the late 80’s that I no longer have (they had issues with crown seals that allowed flooding). I’m looking to replace that watch with another similar Seiko of the same vintage/style. If any of you have one laying around that you would sell (working or non working condition), please send me a PM. Thanks. 

Greg

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I have one just like this , but with the stainless band .

I need a new prop for my boat , so this time I will let you make me an offer .

It is in great shape .

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Oh no, Outlaw!  I sold one identical to that not very long ago. The Seiko Monster is waaaay too big for my skinny wrist. When you described it to me a while back, I didn’t think it may have been this one. 

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I have 3 of those. One my dad gave me, another I bought in Bahrain and the last one is my daily driver. It's cheaper to replace than fix I've found out. 

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8 minutes ago, HewesYourDaddy said:

Nag, I love the 7002/SKX series of Seikos. Was my very first true dive watch. 

Yeah I have a problem with Seikos. The automatics keep terrible time but I love the look. 

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Got this Citizen FUGU (pufferfish) remake of the classic NY0040 series the other day. Really enjoying it. Only made for the Asia market and limited to 1000 pieces in each color. I bought two. Gonna sell the other. 

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1 hour ago, Nag Juice said:

Yeah I have a problem with Seikos. The automatics keep terrible time but I love the look. 

Seikos are my true love. I’ve got a newer automatic that runs great. The old one I use to have ran great until something happened with the rotor. 

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Yeah they don’t last long. You have to get on their mailing list. He’s about to drop some more 

13 minutes ago, HewesYourDaddy said:

They're all sold out. I'm going to keep my eye out for new releases from them.

 

 

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This was my favorite dive watch for over 25 years....many dives over the years at 100 ft to 125 ft.  Recently it started eating batteries after only about a month....I tried several brands of batteries....but, I guess I need to send it a a watch repair person. Any suggestions .?

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