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Old 01-03-2020, 02:42 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Bring back the tunas with tuna hands and a flat dial. How did they screw that simple design up???
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Being that this is a Summer Olympics year, and Tokyo is hosting for the games for the first time since 1964, I'd love to see a commemorative World Time model (similar in design to the original 6217s) released.

(I understand this is a bit touchy, since Seiko is not the official Olympics timer, but I still think they could make it work without the Olympics branding.)
Have you seen this one?


I wonder if they could do a monopusher chronograph and not make it cost a million dollars
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Old 01-03-2020, 02:52 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Brad Sir Any Reissues will do but without an “X” on the Dial😜

Apart from that a revamp and Reissue of the Old LCD Digital Range would be nice.👍
Yes! Hit the nail on the. Head. They have some rippers in that range.
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Old 01-04-2020, 05:18 AM   #29 (permalink)
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I'd like some simple slim three handed handwinders with gorgeous dials (enamel etc). Presage level, rather than GS level - I can't afford those.
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GS Spring Drive or Hi-Beat, but smaller and thinner than the gargantuan monstrosities they have now. 36-38mm in diameter and less than 10mm thick please.

And how about re-launching King Seiko while they're at it...
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I wish Seiko is kind enough to reissue this one.
[Photo is from the internet]
I would love that too !!!
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Old 01-11-2020, 02:29 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I'd like to see Seiko resurrect their Presmatic line.
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Revive the high beat Lord Marvel. Simple elegant dress watches, enhanced with a 72-hour handwind movement. And bring back the dolphin (whale?) , Sea horse and sea lion casebacks. Embossed, not etched
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Old 01-12-2020, 12:44 AM   #34 (permalink)
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I wish Seiko is kind enough to reissue this one.
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Beautiful. What model is this?
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Some prospex Tri-Compax Automatic divers would be nice at smaller sizes.
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Beautiful. What model is this?
It is a 5126-8130 from the 1970s.

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Some prospex Tri-Compax Automatic divers would be nice at smaller sizes.
Anything smaller would be welcome.
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Something with "Professional XXXm" only on the dial and preferably with kanji day wheel pretty please... the 7548-701x and 7C43-7xxx come to my mind... oh and their bracelets z199/z1290 weren't rubbish either....
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6139 reissue for sure, that or maybe a new line of bellmatics, I wouldn't be interested in anything else. They have very few legendary models to reissue and it would be really sad if they missed on this one. In crazy dreams a Pogue reissue with exactly the same specs so there are plenty of new original parts for the old ones
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It is a 5126-8130 from the 1970s.

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If they do a reissue, it should be ones that have never been reissued before.


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I wish they would make a full size version of the old 2625/2205 ladies divers watch. They would look amazing.
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I wish they would make a full size version of the old 2625/2205 ladies divers watch. They would look amazing.
I totally agree that would be a great seller
They missed that one the first time around
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