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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 3 - Views: 1513
Seikomatic 6218-8950
Seikomatic 6218-8950

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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 4 - Views: 1814
Seikomatic 6218-8970
I love the Automatic symbol (above "Seiko") and the applique star under the day window.

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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 2 - Views: 1164
Seikomatic 6216-9000
This watch has such special lugs and has a nice dolphin on the caseback.

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Author: jpfwatch - Replies: 4 - Views: 1830
Seikomatic 8325-8000
A bit small watch but a lot of jewels.
I think it looks nice on a canvas strap.

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Author: CoolLuke - Replies: 2 - Views: 1704
The Seikomatic Silverwave: birth of a diver
The first fully fledged waterproof Seiko watch appeared in 1959 in the form of the Seiko Cronos Sea horse fitted with the 21 jewel manual wind Cronos 54/54A movement. That watch was equipped with a two part screw down case back and was rated water proof to 50m. Although it was actively marketed in some sense as a divers watch, in reality its use would have been limited at best to swimming or snorkeling.

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Author: CoolLuke - Replies: 2 - Views: 1887
The Seikomatic Silverwave: birth of a diver
The first fully fledged waterproof Seiko watch appeared in 1959 in the form of the Seiko Cronos Sea horse fitted with the 21 jewel manual wind Cronos 54/54A movement. That watch was equipped with a two part screw down case back and was rated water proof to 50m. Although it was actively marketed in some sense as a divers watch, in reality its use would have been limited at best to swimming or snorkeling.

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