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domecurb
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Orient Diver

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 11:41
this is an 80's Orient Diver D39745-90 with a very hard to find Akita LTD cal. 6ED1 quartz movement, the watch measures 42mm wide and is very similar in appearance to Seiko divers of the same era, although NOS the movement wasnt running due to dried up lubricant and required a full service, it now keeps perfect time.





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Re: Orient Diver

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 12:16
Very nice , very nice indeed Smile

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Re: Orient Diver

on Wed Oct 12 2016, 12:23
Another really nice watch.

It's great that its been restored to give it a new lease of life. Very Happy
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