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Seiko FFF

Post by Elwood on Wed Nov 07 2018, 21:10

Got this new arrival today, been looking at them for a while. It wears well and feels sturdy. Very pleased with it overall. Seiko SNZH originally I think.
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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by domecurb on Wed Nov 07 2018, 22:26

@Elwood wrote:Got this new arrival today, been looking at them for a while. It wears well and feels sturdy. Very pleased with it overall. Seiko SNZH originally I think.

thats very smart and unusual to see one in all black


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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by Elwood on Thu Nov 08 2018, 03:42

To think I had no divers before joining this forum is incredible, I've got 4 or 5 now and have a feeling its not stopping there.

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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by domecurb on Thu Nov 08 2018, 11:25

@Elwood wrote:To think I had no divers before joining this forum is incredible, I've got 4 or 5 now and have a feeling its not stopping there.

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i think that just proves how popular the divers style is Very Happy


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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by Elwood on Thu Nov 08 2018, 12:42

Yep, you are right. I never really got what divers watches were about until I bought one.

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Post by domecurb on Thu Nov 08 2018, 13:38

@Elwood wrote:Yep, you are right. I never really got what divers watches were about until I bought one.

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strangely i take mine off to wash my hands Shocked scratch lol!


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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by Iceblue on Fri Nov 09 2018, 08:30

And I take mine off when ever I even go near water lol

What's that's all about lol
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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by daff62 on Fri Nov 09 2018, 08:50

@Elwood wrote:Got this new arrival today, been looking at them for a while. It wears well and feels sturdy. Very pleased with it overall. Seiko SNZH originally I think.

Well done, that’s a great looking watch to add to your collection.
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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by domecurb on Fri Nov 09 2018, 11:18

@Iceblue wrote:And I take mine off when ever I even go near water lol

What's that's all about lol





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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by Elwood on Fri Nov 09 2018, 11:38

If it is meant to be water proof, it's going in the bath, swimming etc with me. Apart from this because of the leather strap + not sure if it's still water resistant

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Re: Seiko FFF

Post by domecurb on Fri Nov 09 2018, 12:49

@Elwood wrote:If it is meant to be water proof, it's going in the bath, swimming etc with me. Apart from this because of the leather strap + not sure if it's still water resistant

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WR is a concern as its a Mod requiring a strip down, at 100m WR its not strictly a divers watch anyway as 200m is the recognised minimum, all you really need to do it make sure the case back seal and crown seals are well lubed with silicon grease and all should be well, but the strap is a rally strap ang will probably fall apart or at least shrink when it dries out Crying or Very sad


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