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Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 11:36
So the latest incoming the mysterious citizen divers today mid size Quartz

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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 11:58
I was absolutely gutted to find that my green Actus had stopped yesterday. Got it going again and it showed good results on the TG, but then stopped again after half an hour. Got to think now whether it's worth getting it repaired. Sad

This one for work today. Not bought as a beater, but then I discovered it wasn't quite what it seemed (21J dial but 17J hand wind movement when the Dynamic Wide should be auto) so I wear it to work occasionally.

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And this birth month/year 6602 for this evening.

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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

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9ct Tudor Prince from the 1950s. Very Happy

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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 15:04
Iceblue wrote:So the latest incoming the mysterious citizen divers today mid size Quartz


nice one, whats the model number ?

this for me today...another unworn one


IMO these use one of the best hand sets Seiko make Cool
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 15:21
domecurb wrote:
Iceblue wrote:So the latest incoming the mysterious citizen divers today mid size Quartz


nice one, whats the model number ?

this for me today...another unworn one

IMO these use one of the best hand sets Seiko make Cool

Model number is 2510-s004501
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 16:07
Iceblue wrote:So the latest incoming the mysterious citizen divers today mid size Quartz


That is a very Impressive Citizen Andy especially with the story it has with it I like it matey

domecurb wrote:this for me today...another unworn one


IMO these use one of the best hand sets Seiko make Cool

I like those style of hands and the watch isnt too bad either I always fancied the blue version they do

No watch for me today as I just cant be Ar$ed wearing one ........ yup I shall leave the forum now Sad
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 16:41



Model number is 2510-s004501

Blimey Andy...not much info about them out there and it would seem not many of them either, must have been quite a short run........very good looking watch
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 17:05
Yep when I did a search didn't fine much at all
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 17:08
Iceblue wrote:Yep when I did a search didn't fine much at all

have you checked the movement in it, should be able to get a rough date from that........i am guessing mid to late 80's
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 17:34
When I get home I will get a shot of the movement
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 18:12
This may shed some light on the age
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 18:17
i will stick to late 80's Very Happy
you can still get the movements but not cheap from what i can see
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 18:32
Cheers buddy info appreciated what a great forum to be part off
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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 18:42
This may be useful to you Andy I think it is your movement

http://www.thewatchsite.com/files/Citizen%20Technical%20Manuals/2510.pdf

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Re: Thursday 16th Feb

on Thu Feb 16 2017, 18:48
SeikoJohn wrote:This may be useful to you Andy I think it is your movement

http://www.thewatchsite.com/files/Citizen%20Technical%20Manuals/2510.pdf

Thanks buddy that's the one cheers john
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