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SeikoJohn
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Join date : 2016-09-19
Age : 46
Location : Middlesbrough

Seiko desk diver

on Sat Oct 01 2016, 13:15
I bought this rather smart dressy seiko a while ago it has the 7s26 Auto movement but with already having a Seiko for formal occasions I decided it was time to alter the appearance of it .

With me having a certain affection for the diver style watch I asked Bruce what could be done with this watch so off it went for a little alteration here and there and I now have myself this beauty . The dial and hands were replaced as too was the crystal .
I feel now that if any formal occasion has a swimming pool involved I can be smart yet also go in the deep end of the pool Very Happy




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