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Old 06-10-2019, 11:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Not long ago I received the Seiko SARN001.
A watch with one of the most complicated Seiko movements, the high beat 4S36. The watch has double retrograde and GMT.

I really love the quality on this one. Fit and finish are great. Though it is a very busy dial, I still can read the current time quite easely.
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31 Jewels
28800 A/hr
Integrated auto-winding
Micro-regulator
Diafix shock absorption
Thermo-compensating balance and hairspring
Auxiliary manual-winding
Hacking
GMT complications (independent)
Date indicator
Retrograde Day
50-hour power reserve with indicator

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Next to the Katana


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Great Photos Nice Seiko
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Allow me to second that - a cool timepiece, and the photos are excellent.

Just out of interest, what lens are you using for these photos you've been posting recently?
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Allow me to second that - a cool timepiece, and the photos are excellent.

Just out of interest, what lens are you using for these photos you've been posting recently?
Thanks! Nothing fancy tbh. I used my Samsung S9+ with the clipon Black Eye G4 macro lens for this watch and the Katana. For the Samurai I used the S10+ with the same clipon lens.

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Thanks for the reply, the image quality is really good.
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