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Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 3 - Views: 2351
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: WisWatcher - Replies: 102 - Views: 31078
The Seiko Turtle Thread
Time for Seiko Turtles gentlemen, such great watches. I own the Padi Turtle SRPA021, the special edition. It is extremely comfortable for it size, that is, the case, but the steel bracelet not so I am sorry to say. It cuts into my wrist because Seiko did not really put a good bevel on it - it is sharp!
So, after trying the Seiko rubber Z22, which makes the entire ensemble feel like the Nimitz aircraft carrier, I switch to a supple calf strap. I presume it will withstand the occasional splash of
Author: SeikoMan - Replies: 3 - Views: 2035
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