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domecurb
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 22:18
@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

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 22:37
@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

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 22:39
@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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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Thu Dec 08 2016, 22:41
@SeikoJohn wrote:
@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

hope you are wearing a bib to catch the drools lol!
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 10:51
Wow, Bellmatics are my favourite Seikos, its good to see so many. Also, I'm loving Mr Levity's collection, especially the 55 fathoms mod. Some nice watches in this thread
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 21:57
4th installment:























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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 22:00
another load of belters
i have to admire collectors that can stick to a type, i try to then see something else i like..............and we all know what happens lol!
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 22:06
I have been known to get attracted by something non Seiko every now and then Laughing
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 22:09
I only have the two ones a keeper and ones is not bonding with the other


That the keeper

And the Seiko 5 mini monster not bonding
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Fri Dec 09 2016, 23:20
Another great collection of watches in your 4th instalment. Thanks for sharing.

Out of interest how long has it taken you to get to this stage in your collection?
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Dec 10 2016, 08:44
@daff62 wrote:Another great collection of watches in your 4th instalment. Thanks for sharing.

Out of interest how long has it taken you to get to this stage in your collection?

Well you see it was like this............

Once upon a time there was an inherited J W Benson and a bloke wot never wore a watch. I decided to try and find something out about the watch and discovered vintage Seikos. A year later I had a load of watches, some that had already fallen to bits (from Mr Patel, before I knew better) and some nicer examples. Five years on I'm a bit more discerning and have (almost) everything I want. One more and then I'm going to stop. Honest ! Laughing
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Dec 10 2016, 10:54
"One more and then I'm going to stop. Honest ! "

Yea right ! lol!
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Dec 10 2016, 15:15
@Mr Levity wrote:
@daff62 wrote:Another great collection of watches in your 4th instalment. Thanks for sharing.

Out of interest how long has it taken you to get to this stage in your collection?

Well you see it was like this............

Once upon a time there was an inherited J W Benson and a bloke wot never wore a watch. I decided to try and find something out about the watch and discovered vintage Seikos. A year later I had a load of watches, some that had already fallen to bits (from Mr Patel, before I knew better) and some nicer examples. Five years on I'm a bit more discerning and have (almost) everything I want. One more and then I'm going to stop. Honest ! Laughing

It's interesting that an inherited watch has triggered the interest and collection.

You've done exceptionally well to have collected so many Seiko models, never mind the others you have, in just five years. Whatever Mr Patel was guilty of doing your watches all look in fantastic condition.

With regards to the "one more and then I'm going to stop" well, time will tell. A good intention that is very hard to put into practice. Evil or Very Mad
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Dec 10 2016, 15:37
I would just like to thank all members that have shared their Seiko's I have had great pleasure drooling over some of your collections and also making a mental note of future watches I would like to possibly buy ,, keep them coming Very Happy

i am hopping Mr Levity hasn't finished yet and we will continue to at least part 10 Shocked
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sat Dec 10 2016, 17:46
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A few more of mine.......

A couple of Seiko Kinetics, found the picture but not the watches, I've put them somewhere safe no doubt. Embarassed

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Seiko automatic chronograph 6139-6011

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Seiko diver automatic 7S26-0020

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Seiko 5 automatic 7S26-0060

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Seiko automatic 7005-2000

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another Seiko 5, 7S26-0440

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and a Seiko Quartz 7N43-9011

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A few more

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Final installment.

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And the wife's single solitary Seiko Smile






If I've duplicated any, I apologise. Or, as they say in Russia "Tuffski schittski". Laughing
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Sun Dec 11 2016, 21:40


thats enough folks ! lol!

fantastic collection Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Apr 26 2017, 15:12
Had a little bit of free time today so decided to play around with a photo editor app I have on my phone and as I have not uploaded to this post for a while here are some of the results



Seiko 7002-7001 with added blue dial and chapter ring



Seiko 7T32 Chrono



Seiko 007 with mooded " squiggle " hands and a planet ocean bezel insert



Modded Seiko Yobokies Marine Master dal



Seiko Monster with Dagaz dial and hands
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Apr 26 2017, 20:56
Some very nice pictures

My favourite is the modded Seiko 007, what a fantastic picture which really shows the watch at its best. If I saw that image in a magazine it would definitely stand out and draw me in to reading about the watch. Very Happy
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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Apr 26 2017, 21:10
@daff62 wrote:Some very nice pictures

My favourite is the modded Seiko 007, what a fantastic picture which really shows the watch at its best. If I saw that image in a magazine it would definitely stand out and draw me in to reading about the watch. Very Happy

Its all down to photo editing app as you can see as this is the photo before I edited it

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Re: Let us see your Seikos

on Wed Apr 26 2017, 21:49


Its all down to photo editing app as you can see as this is the photo before I edited it

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That's still a great photo which the editing software has enhanced. Very impressive. Very Happy
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