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  1. Hi guys.. Sharing some pics of my latest purchase. An early Seiko 5. This was for sale on local facebook page and I got it for MYR177 plus MYR10 for shipping. That's less than USD50 all in. I'm not a fan of these ridged bezels but I was drawn to the clean face as these are getting harder to find. The case back is from Nov '67. Seiko went from the seven digit serial numbers to the six digit ones sometime in '67 so this would be an early one. Oh and a 'proof' case back is always nice! It's a snap back.. Not a front loader. Case looks like its been polished but it'
  2. Hi guys, I just fitted a new dial to the Seiko 6105 diver I re-surrected a while back, see this post below. While it was on my desk, there was one more thing which I wanted to address. In the pic below you can see the rusted out original 6105 movement. The 6119 is basically a drop in replacement for the 6105. Looking at the backside of the movement you can see that the layout of the wheels and bridges are identical. The first thing you would notice is there are more jewels in the 6119 (21) compared to the 6105 (17) which is a good thing in my opinion. A not so visible
  3. Thought I'd share some pics of the watch I worked on over the weekend. This Seiko was part of a lot of 3 watches off the bay...I was actually attracted to the Citizen but the other two Seikos were plus points as they had the 6119 movement which has to be my favourite Seiko movement. This Seiko was a bit beat up with a heavily scored crystal but the dial and hands looked good. In the picture below the chapter ring is a bit out of alignment. A bit weird as the ring is keyed to the dial in these models. Watch was running but would get a service nonetheless. Caseback loo
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