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Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 3 - Views: 2374
A Seiko Lord-matic (extra) Special
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This here is a new old stock (NOS) Seiko Lordmatic Special, JDM Daini division edition - a double whammy (!) as Daini division was always pushing the design frontier, until its demise in the early eighties. This Daini Special Lordmatic then is a self-winding 23 jewels 5606-5050 from september 1972. It has the King Seiko base movement, an automatic that was thinner then all other auto’s of the time. Notice the mention of A at the end of the caliber ins
Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 15 - Views: 4523
Lord Marvel 5740-8000
Lord Marvel 5740-8000.
Affordable and Hi-beat.

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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 7 - Views: 2257
Lord Marvel 5740-8030
A Lord Marvel with linen dial.

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Author: WisWatcher - Replies: 4 - Views: 2708
Seiko Lord Matic 5606 - The one flaw within
Navigating one’s way around the vintage Seiko model hierarchy is in one sense straightforward but in another extremely perplexing. Our perspective in this regard has been rooted predominantly in the positioning of the various members of the Seikomatic lines with the path up the greasy pole taking us from the modest but still rather splendid 6206 Weekdaters, through highly jewelled Seikomatic middle management to great pretenders and all the way up to something rather Grand. But that route someho
Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 3 - Views: 2039
A Seiko Lord-matic (extra) Special
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This here is a new old stock (NOS) Seiko Lordmatic Special, JDM Daini division edition - a double whammy (!) as Daini division was always pushing the design frontier, until its demise in the early eighties. This Daini Special Lordmatic then is a self-winding 23 jewels 5606-5050 from september 1972. It has the King Seiko base movement, an automatic that was thinner then all other auto’s of the time. Notice the mention of A at the end of the caliber in
Author: WisWatcher - Replies: 4 - Views: 2470
Seiko Lord Matic 5606 - The one flaw within
Navigating one’s way around the vintage Seiko model hierarchy is in one sense straightforward but in another extremely perplexing. Our perspective in this regard has been rooted predominantly in the positioning of the various members of the Seikomatic lines with the path up the greasy pole taking us from the modest but still rather splendid 6206 Weekdaters, through highly jewelled Seikomatic middle management to great pretenders and all the way up to something rather Grand. But that route someho
Author: Harry - Replies: 1 - Views: 1221
Seiko Lord-Matic Adverts
Are you wearing a suit? You should with these...

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Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 2 - Views: 2103
Seiko Lord-Matic 5606-7050
Incoming, a very nice NOS Lord-Matic cushion style - I completely dig this dial layout... with the weekday fully displayed JDM (or English).

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Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 1 - Views: 705
Lord Quartz - a three year phenomenon
In 1978, when the Lord Quartz was introduced and positioned just below the King Quartzes, it was more expensive than a lot of the King Quartz 4823 calibers. Admittedly the 482x was showing its age, but was still perfectly adequate, indeed 40 year onwards these calibers just keep on ticking precisely. But so do the LQ’s. The Tank styled watches in particular, with calibre 7853 were at the top of their range and first to see the light of day. They were depicted in the catalogue right below a moder