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SEKONDA WATCH

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I just wondered if anyone has one of these rubbishy old sekonda watches lying around any where, or if you have seen one.

The dial and hands have seen better days.

Yes it is a Sekonda.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks all.

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I have serviced a few Sekonda's and found them an easy movement to work on with good results. Looking at your pic it looks like the hands need reluming. If you want spares there are plenty of these about on eBay. 

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