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WatchDog21

25 yrs old and going strong..... the watch not me

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GC
2 hours ago, WatchDog21 said:

25 yrs old and going strong..... the watch not me

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7002? 

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WatchDog21
1 minute ago, GC said:

7002? 

Yes sir!

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GC
12 minutes ago, WatchDog21 said:

Yes sir!

Killer! 

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xaneda

Let's put this on a new nato!!!

 

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xaneda

Seiko divers on nato.

 

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alex_123_fra

Tuna on some vintage leather.

 

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xaneda

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8587nm

Found this watch again after almost 30 years. It has met crude oil, light oil and all in between, Freon 24, mechanics, temperatures between -15° C and 57° C and was travelling between the Wild wild West and Asia.

But it is still working to my surprise. I bought it in 1974 in Singapore for $ 125. 

All is stil original as I bought it and still has the original dirt. :)

the model is a Seiko 6139-7002.Seiko_6139-7002.jpg

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WatchDog21
10 minutes ago, 8587nm said:

Found this watch again after almost 30 years. It has met crude oil, light oil and all in between, Freon 24, mechanics, temperatures between -15° C and 57° C and was travelling between the Wild wild West and Asia.

But it is still working to my surprise. I bought it in 1974 in Singapore for $ 125. 

All is stil original as I bought it and still has the original dirt. :)

the model is a Seiko 6139-7002.Seiko_6139-7002.jpg

:thumbsup: I can still appreciate this ol guy,. Been through a lot and shows character!

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GC
1 hour ago, 8587nm said:

Found this watch again after almost 30 years. It has met crude oil, light oil and all in between, Freon 24, mechanics, temperatures between -15° C and 57° C and was travelling between the Wild wild West and Asia.

But it is still working to my surprise. I bought it in 1974 in Singapore for $ 125. 

All is stil original as I bought it and still has the original dirt. :)

the model is a Seiko 6139-7002.Seiko_6139-7002.jpg

Don’t ever let that watch go!

p.s. send that watch to Spencer Klein to have it completely serviced and restored. You can find his videos on YouTube, he would be over the moon to work on a watch with such a documented history. 

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8587nm

Thank you for the tip. I have seen his video. It seems to be a person with a lot of knowledge.

As I have a more modern watch, I'm not sure what to do as my wrists are more thicker then those days as I was a young officer.  It is impossible to put it over my wright hand.

But the Seiko will stay as it is a part of my personal history. 

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WatchDog21
17 hours ago, GC said:

Don’t ever let that watch go!

p.s. send that watch to Spencer Klein to have it completely serviced and restored. You can find his videos on YouTube, he would be over the moon to work on a watch with such a documented history. 

@8587nm , I  totally agree on this one.  I had Spencer do the work on my 7002 and couldn't be happier!

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Leslie
Seiko LinerSeiko Liner 21J

 

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WatchDog21

1972 Seiko 7006

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fabio22duarte

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Got it for 30$ from an old (but pretty cool) man. My first Seiko 5 :dingleberry-nemesis: Any suggestions on a strap since this one is not gen?

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RussP

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Foxindebox

Seiko Monaco

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Foxindebox

Seiko Navigator Timer

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WatchDog21
52 minutes ago, Foxindebox said:

Seiko Navigator Timer

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Soooooooo sleek and clean.  Strap is a perfect match! :drool:

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Foxindebox
12 minutes ago, WatchDog21 said:

Soooooooo sleek and clean.  Strap is a perfect match! :drool:

Cheers mate, it took a LOT of work to get it looking like this!

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