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Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Sep 22 2016, 16:03
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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My Seiko Squiggle named after the Funky Secondhand
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Sep 24 2016, 13:59
John S wrote:

My Seiko Squiggle named after the Funky Secondhand

that looks familiar Wink
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Mon Sep 26 2016, 17:13
here is some.......

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Mon Sep 26 2016, 17:19
@domecurb wrote:here is some.......


The one is the middle is nice I like the bezel

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Mon Sep 26 2016, 17:21
@SeikoJohn wrote:
@domecurb wrote:here is some.......


The one is the middle is nice I like the bezel

dream on ..its sold lol!

still go the other 3 though Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Tue Sep 27 2016, 12:00

I know the dial doesnt say Seiko but Pulsar are still technically Seiko watches Very Happy

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Seiko 5h26-7a10

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Tue Sep 27 2016, 18:22
Seiko make other watches... not just divers

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Tue Sep 27 2016, 22:34
yep..........



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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 10:28
My old 007, perhaps I should get another

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 10:43
@SteveB wrote:My old 007, perhaps I should get another


Everyone should have a 007 in their collection

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 10:59
"Everyone should have a 007 in their collection"

you havent lived without one Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 17:03
Here are a few of mine. Very Happy

The Seiko Sportsmatic

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Seiko Skyliner

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Seiko H249-5060

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Seiko 4336-8110

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One of my favourites, with the television dial, a Seiko 5 code 6309-5300.

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Another favourite, a Seiko 5, 6119-8083, which has a "panelled" glass which seems to be impossible to show on a picture.

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Apologies for the misalignment of some of the pictures, just my poor technology skills. Rolling Eyes
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 17:32
@daff62 wrote:Here are a few of mine. Very Happy

The Seiko Sportsmatic

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Seiko Skyliner

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Seiko H249-5060

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Seiko 4336-8110

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One of my favourites, with the television dial, a Seiko 5 code 6309-5300.

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Another favourite, a Seiko 5, 6119-8083, which has a "panelled" glass which seems to be impossible to show on a picture.

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Apologies for the misalignment of some of the pictures, just my poor technology skills. Rolling Eyes

the sportsmatic and skyliners are superb......
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 18:48
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Seiko 4336-8110

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I like this watch tis rather nice Smile

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Sep 28 2016, 19:18
here a real favourite of mine: Seiko DX 6106-7629, from March 1973 and almost mint too.
i wish it was 5mm wider as at 37mm its too small for me too wear Crying or Very sad  still love it though

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Oct 01 2016, 18:22
Seiko SNK807


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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Nov 26 2016, 21:15
Well I can't compete with what's on show here already, but here are some of mine:




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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Nov 26 2016, 21:25
Pip that bottom Seiko dial is a beauty what a different dial colour I really like green matey

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sun Nov 27 2016, 00:21
Just seen this....Blimey...where do I start?...
Seiko yellow 7T32-7F70 (Quartz).

Seiko 'Spork'.

Seiko yellow 'Frankenmonster'.

Seiko blue Sea Urchin.

Seiko 6139-6002 Pepsi...aka the Pogue.
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Tue Dec 06 2016, 22:47
@domecurb wrote:here a real favourite of mine: Seiko DX 6106-7629, from March 1973 and almost mint too.
i wish it was 5mm wider as at 37mm its too small for me too wear Crying or Very sad  still love it though



Me, me, me, send it to me. I have squirrel wrists !

I have a Seiko or several, here's a few to start with.

























Will post a few more another day.
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Tue Dec 06 2016, 22:56
i think the old 70's seiko's are very underrated......they are just superb quality even by today's standards, the fact so many are still running unserviced speaks volumes IMO Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 21:06
A few more.

























More later Smile
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 21:11
HHmmm scratch do you like Seiko's lol!

cracking collection, the Seahorse is a gem
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 21:28
I am drooling over your "little" collection . What an amazing lot you have and some realy beauties in amoungst them . Thanks for sharing

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Dec 07 2016, 21:59
Seikos make up the majority of my collection. I started by collecting anything I fancied and could afford, then started to be a bit more selective. I still probably have too many ! Laughing
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on Wed Dec 07 2016, 22:37
@Mr Levity wrote:Seikos make up the majority of my collection. I started by collecting anything I fancied and could afford, then started to be a bit more selective. I still probably have too many ! Laughing

I started exactly the same way just over a year ago buying what I liked and enjoyed but like yourself I have now decided that my collection will mainly be Seiko and Seiko orientated .
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 18:48
Here's my modest little Seiko collection. A quartz pilots chronograph from circa 1985, a Bellmatic and a quartz sports chrono. The Bellmatic is my favourite, it dates from 1973. Great watches, I'm determined to get a Seiko diver, or two next year!

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 18:54
nice watches the pilot is quite rare now especially in gold
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 19:30
@Mr Levity wrote:Seikos make up the majority of my collection. I started by collecting anything I fancied and could afford, then started to be a bit more selective. I still probably have too many ! Laughing

You've put together a fantastic collection there & they are all in great condition.

The Skyliners are my favourites, beautiful watches. Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@Elwood wrote:Here's my modest little Seiko collection.  A quartz pilots chronograph from circa 1985, a Bellmatic and a quartz sports chrono. The Bellmatic is my favourite, it dates from 1973. Great watches,  I'm determined to get a Seiko diver,  or two next year!


All nice watches with the Bellmatic being my favourite. I have one that I enjoy wearing albeit I keep forgetting how to set the alarm. Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@Elwood wrote:Here's my modest little Seiko collection.  A quartz pilots chronograph from circa 1985, a Bellmatic and a quartz sports chrono. The Bellmatic is my favourite, it dates from 1973. Great watches,  I'm determined to get a Seiko diver,  or two next year!


I'm not a great lover of quartz, but I like your Bellmatic !

Here's my two, one all original, one Franken from everyone's least favourite Evilbayer Beejoo4 (before I knew better !)



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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 20:49
My Bellmatic wanted to join in as well. Very Happy

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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its great to see so many beautiful vintage Seiko's all in one place Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Would someone mind explaining to me what a bellmatic is ? I have heard the name numerous times but dont actually know what it means

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@SeikoJohn wrote:Would someone mind explaining to me what a bellmatic is ? I have heard the name numerous times but dont actually know what it means

It's a watch with an alarm. Not particularly loud, more of a buzz when actually on the wrist

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it feels like the vibration off a mobile phone on silent Smile
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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Thanks for the replies and the video was useful

Looks like another variation of Seiko has made it to the "to buy list " well afterall it would be rude not to buy one Very Happy

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Tonight's offerings from Mr Levity's man cave:























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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@SeikoJohn wrote:Thanks for the replies and the video was useful

Looks like another variation of Seiko has made it to the "to buy list " well afterall it would be rude not to buy one Very Happy

Just be careful, it's a minefield. Thousands of Frankens out there !
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 21:39
i think @Mr Levity is Shinji Hattori the boss of Seiko in disguise....it would explain the Seiko museum lol!
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@SeikoJohn wrote:Thanks for the replies and the video was useful

Looks like another variation of Seiko has made it to the "to buy list " well afterall it would be rude not to buy one Very Happy

Just be careful, it's a minefield. Thousands of Frankens out there !

Thanks for the warning Smile
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@domecurb wrote:i think @Mr Levity is Shinji Hattori the boss of Seiko in disguise....it would explain the Seiko museum lol!

I wish ! Very Happy

I'm about half way through. Should I stop now ? Rolling Eyes
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@Mr Levity wrote:
@domecurb wrote:i think @Mr Levity is Shinji Hattori the boss of Seiko in disguise....it would explain the Seiko museum lol!

I wish ! Very Happy

I'm about half way through. Should I stop now ? Rolling Eyes

NO !! dont stop ! Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@Mr Levity wrote:
@domecurb wrote:i think @Mr Levity is Shinji Hattori the boss of Seiko in disguise....it would explain the Seiko museum lol!

I wish ! Very Happy

I'm about half way through. Should I stop now ? Rolling Eyes

You can never have too many watch pics Very Happy

I'm interested in how your collection evolved. Did you buy selectively from the outset in terms of specific models and condition & at what point did you decide to focus on Seiko watches? I never realised there were so many models and variations in design.
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

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@Mr Levity wrote:
@domecurb wrote:i think @Mr Levity is Shinji Hattori the boss of Seiko in disguise....it would explain the Seiko museum lol!

I wish ! Very Happy

I'm about half way through. Should I stop now ? Rolling Eyes

No please do not stop I get enjoyment from seeing your Seikos
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