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SeikoJohn
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Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 09:25
As you all know I enjoy the odd Seiko or two and would really like to concentrate my collection on Seiko and seiko related watches . My question is what other brands are Seiko orientated ie some Invicta use seiko movememts Pulsar and Lorus are owned by Seiko what others am I missing

Cheers John
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 12:20
J Springs, Alba, Orient, Grand Seiko and Credor. There may be more, but those are the ones that come to mind.
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 12:21
i will probably get shot but Tag Heur use a seiko movement affraid Shocked
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 12:48
Thanks guys I doubt I will be buying a tag but good to know

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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 13:18
Hand off those early orients lol
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 14:29
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol



As if I would buy an early Orient Andy I know they are your territory
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 18:46
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SeikoJohn wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol



As if I would buy an early Orient Andy I know they are your territory

Take a look at my little friend lol
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 18:56
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Take a look at my little friend lol

I have being looking at your little friend in the sales section and I am really tempted is the 7002 still for sale ??
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 19:07
SeikoJohn wrote:
Iceblue wrote:

Take a look at my little friend lol

I have being looking at your little friend in the sales section and I am really tempted is the 7002 still for sale ??

Yep at the moment still for sale buddy may be could trade whyg
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 20:03
Sent you a pm Andy

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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 21:04
And the seikoholic Seikojohn strikes again affraid
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 21:09
Iceblue wrote:And the seikoholic Seikojohn strikes again affraid
yeh..........getting as bad as R*g Neutral
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 21:19
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yeh..........getting as bad as R*g  Neutral

Excuse me Shocked Shocked I buy quality not quantity

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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:03
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:19
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Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:24
Iceblue wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news

and thats why you cant get parts for them Razz lol!
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:27
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news

and thats why you cant get parts for them Razz lol!


Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh boooooooooooo
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:45
Iceblue wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news

and thats why you cant get parts for them Razz lol!


Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh boooooooooooo

i havent forgotten the one i have for you, just need to get other stuff ready for posting then it will head your way Very Happy
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:47
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news

and thats why you cant get parts for them Razz lol!


Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh boooooooooooo

i havent forgotten the one i have for you, just need to get other stuff ready for posting then it will head your way Very Happy

I get called a Seikoholic yet Andy is a Orientholic and nothing is said .... sheesh favouritism or what lol!
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 22:58
SeikoJohn wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:
Mr Levity wrote:
Iceblue wrote:Hand off those early orients lol

As Orient didn't become a subsidiary of Seiko until 2001, technically the early Orients don't count anyway !

Wow that was close great news

and thats why you cant get parts for them Razz lol!


Aaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh boooooooooooo

i havent forgotten the one i have for you, just need to get other stuff ready for posting then it will head your way Very Happy

I get called a Seikoholic yet Andy is a Orientholic and nothing is said .... sheesh favouritism or what lol!  
i thought you were called Kohn ? scratch
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Re: Seiko's family tree

on Sat Jan 28 2017, 23:01
Yup that is true .. my name is Kohn and I am a Seikoholic lol! lol! lol!

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