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Old 03-13-2016, 07:41 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Very handy, cheers.
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Thanks for sharing the catalogue but anybody could give a quick tip to use it? I found it rather difficult when I was searching for my last acquisition watch the 7006-8070. Could I be mistaken in persuming it as a JDM watch?
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Thanks for sharing the catalogue but anybody could give a quick tip to use it? I found it rather difficult when I was searching for my last acquisition watch the 7006-8070. Could I be mistaken in persuming it as a JDM watch?
Does it have an English/Kanji day and date?
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This is amazing.

Perhaps someone could assist me. I received a seiko dive watch from my father when I was 15 (25 years ago) and it was stolen! By that stage he had already had it for about 10/15 years.

I don't know the model number, but looked very similar to the 6309, but without the cushion. And if memory serves me correct, it was 'kinetic' which would I guess, have been quite rare in those days. I would desperately like to get my hands on one again. Thanks!
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Old 04-27-2016, 07:13 AM   #55 (permalink)
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It would be "automatic" not kinetic, the 6309s are in many of the ads and catalogues, you'll have to rummage through them. The 6309s were produced in hundreds of varieties.
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Kinetic would be impossible, as that came about in ca. 1988, albeit under the name "AutoQuartz" (Japan) resp. "AGS"/"Automatic Generating System" (ROW). The first Kinetic diver, however, was introduced in 1992.

So looking at what was available in ca. 1980 in a slim diver's case, you have not that many options...

There is the second incarnation of the 6309 diver (started in 1982, I think), the 6309-7290 which looks like this:


And then there's the quartz 7548-7000, introduced in 1978 which looks like this:


Both are somewhat similar in dial design to the "original" 6309-704X.
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Old 07-20-2016, 08:39 PM   #58 (permalink)
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Sorry, CJA976 is the mens' equivalent to the womens' watch I bought. The correct # is CTN936 (seen on page 102 in the 1985 Seiko Vintage Catalog)
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This is a tremendous resource. I have subscribed and saved the link in my "watch" folder. Thanks for posting!
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Fantastic Resource! Thanks for putting this together.
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Amazing, thanks for all the hard work.
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my watch is a Seiko 5, 6119-8070 age 1967-68
is not in the list
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These have been a great resource, especially when I'm trying to find out which bracelet to pair with a given watch.

Some day I hope that other people will post scans of the missing volumes.
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Thank you so much..
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