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Old 11-10-2015, 06:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Do you like to pick up Seiko bits and bobs ? i do, 7A operating instructions.

I like the "stuff" that came with the vintage models that I have a few of, picked this up last week but not arrived yet.

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That is what I like simple instructions.
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Nice to see this type of additional item.

It is these paper documents that are lost and destroyed so easily that makes them much harder to find than the watches themselves. Great to see and a historically important model.
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I've got a bunch of Seiko manuals and brochures. I've just been too busy to take time out for photos. I've been collecting them for quite some time and have quite an arsenal. I particularly like the 6139 brochures........
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Just got this set, not sure if the box is the correct original that came with the watch but the instruction manual is still wrapped in plastic and I don't think I'll ever open it.

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I picked this up last time i saw my Seiko watchmaker..

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Just got this set, not sure if the box is the correct original that came with the watch but the instruction manual is still wrapped in plastic and I don't think I'll ever open it.

That looks a nice one and like you I would not unwrap the instructions, are we sad ?
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That looks a nice one and like you I would not unwrap the instructions, are we sad ?
Yes we are

By the way the watch only looks nice in the photo because I spent all day yesterday cleaning it... when I got it it looked as if it had been PVD coated, physically very dirty.
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