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Hey All,   a few of you have noted that  you were unaware  of the connection. But yes westclox  did assemble  Seiko  movements  into their  cases. Much like Seiko sells bare movements  to third party  assemblers today. For your pleasure  I have included  a picture  of the movement  in the westclox  recently  posted  in the watch of the day.


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I  am not exactly  sure. I believe  there are some  differences. For example  the train  and barrel  bridges  are separate  pieces..I think that  on the 66 they  are one piece. I don't  have an actual  seiko to compare  it with. But from what I have seen  that is what it is.

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