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Old 10-25-2019, 01:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My watchmaker bought a mixed lot box off someone the other day and asked me what I know. My knowledge of proper Seiko divers is much more limited than he assumes.

What do you all make of these two pieces?

I'm sorry for the poor quality pics.

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Both AM/Fake and heavily polished by the look of it.
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Thanks Guy. The one with the Pepsi bezel is obvious, but I still held out hope that the 7001-7002 was original.

Has not someone here put together some sort of guide on these?

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Thanks Guy. The one with the Pepsi bezel is obvious, but I still held out hope that the 7001-7002 was original.

Has not someone here put together some sort of guide on these?

Yes they have, but unfortunately the pictures have disappeared.
Try googling "How to buy a 7002 diver" and a certain other forum will have the guide complete with pics.


That 7S looks to me to be a 6309 slimline case with the wrong case back on it, and as Guy says its full of AM parts. I cant judge on the 7002 because of the light reflection and angle of the pic.
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Yes they have, but unfortunately the pictures have disappeared.
Try googling "How to buy a 7002 diver" and a certain other forum will have the guide complete with pics.


That 7S looks to me to be a 6309 slimline case with the wrong case back on it, and as Guy says its full of AM parts. I cant judge on the 7002 because of the light reflection and angle of the pic.
It is a 6309-7290 case, du to the specific crown.
The other is a 7002 70xx.
Both are not in original condition with AM parts.
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