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Old 06-24-2013, 08:38 AM   #26 (permalink)
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Default Re: Reworking the Seiko Diver's Reference - PLEASE HELP...

According to Seiko Oceania Database this entry:

- 7C46-7008/9 SBDS018 1000M shrouded diver (SQ dial)

should read

- 7C46-7008/9 S23157 1000M shrouded diver (SQ dial)



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Old 08-11-2013, 07:36 AM   #27 (permalink)
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Hi. I would like to make a few comments to the M7xx senction. I might be wrong, and in such case I would greatly appreciate a correction. Just to make things clear, I'm no watch expert, this is just what I have found out after a few years of searching the web. M comments follow:


DIGITAL DIVE COMPUTERS / (and WATCHES, not all are computers)

- M725-5A00 Diving Computer
- M726-5A00 Diving Computer
- M705-5A10/5A1A/5A00 Diving Computers
· - I think the correct versión numbers are 5A00, 5A1A and 5A0A
· - I have never seen the 5A10
- M796-5A00/5A006W Diving (Computers) Wacthes - no real dive computers
· - I have never seen the 5A006W versión, if anybody can check this
· - there is another version numbered 5A10 with a titanium case
- M786 Diving Computer -
· - I don't think this watch exists, I think it's a type error
- M795-5A00 Diving (Computer) Wacth - no real dive computer
- DH33 DX (STN009J1 or SBDK001) Diving Computers
· - The versión number is 4A00
· - I think this watch is the same watch as the STN009 - if anybody can confirm this, or tell me the differences between the two.
- STN009 NX Nitrox Diving Computer - same as above
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Seiko SQ Sports 100 caliber 6923
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Default Is the SKX 173 Listed also ?

I have these if may be needed, if they are correct:

SKX 013
SKX781K
SKX173 7S26-0028 Diver 200
SKX 399K
Sports 100 5H23- Sports Analog Quartz
Baby Arnie 100 H556-5029 Sport 100 Quartz Analog
SNAD08 Chrono 100
SNA 283 7T62-0CJ0
SNA 225
5M62-0BL0 is SbCZ015 JDM BFK
7S36-01E0
SKX 257
7S26-0190
7S26-6351
SKX 295
SKX 779
7A28-7000
SKX 0113 Japan market - Orange Dial
SRP043K Spork
SNN083P1
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Default 7025-8099 Automatic

I own a 7025-8099 Automatic.
It was purchased in 1977.
I have lost the original owners manual.
Do you have a PDF version of it, since I have just had it repaired and it now leaks water in and the repairers say 'it is not designed to go swimming', which i always used to do with it.
I need some proof to present it to them.
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Very helpful!
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Old 12-26-2013, 09:05 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Should a SQ Sports 100 M be included?

Feb 1978/ 7546-6049 Pepsi

Thanks,

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This is brilliant - thanks!
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Have we an update? Here is a little I could find on my latest fixation
Are we going to make mention of the J/K variants
(J normally has Jewel count on dial for some autos? vs K version without Jewel count?)
I don't see the Stargate watches in the list
They all have 7S36 movements
SKZ323 White Dial/SS Case - SS Bracelet
SKZ325 Black Dial/SS Case - SS Bracelet
SKZ327 Black Dial/SS Case - Rubber Strap
SKZ329 Black Dial/SS Case (Black Ion coated) - Ion Black SS Bracelet
SKZ330 Black Dial/SS Case (Champagne Gold?) - Rubber Strap

Also did a quick search...didn't find posts on the 4r36
"Stargate II" (Not a fan of the Cyclops myself)
SRP491 Black Dial - SS Bracelet
SRP493 Blue Dial - SS Bracelet
SRP497 Orange dial - Rubber
SRP499 Black dial/yellow on black bezel/Ion Black Case and Bracelet
SRP510 Black dial/yellow on black bezel/Champagne Gold SS Case Limited Edition - Rubber Strap
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Model
5H26-7AOL (on Dial)
SECO17J (on hang tag)
5H26-7A00 (on case back)

Serial Number of example
1D0660

First indicated battery change
First Quarter 1995

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200 meter Water Resist
Hi, Here you go........Bob.

Dial.5H26-70AL R

Case back. 5H26-700A JAPAN D

S/no. 1980

1st Battery change 1983.
Hope that helps.......
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Should a SQ Sports 100 M be included?

Feb 1978/ 7546-6049 Pepsi

Thanks,

Bob
I have the same watch also. I can't find a new pepsi bezel insert anywhere. It's 100% original including the bracelet. It is going to need a new coil to get it running again but the dial and case are in good shape for this hard to find sport diver model
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Hi. I would like to make a few comments to the M7xx senction. I might be wrong, and in such case I would greatly appreciate a correction. Just to make things clear, I'm no watch expert, this is just what I have found out after a few years of searching the web. M comments follow:


DIGITAL DIVE COMPUTERS / (and WATCHES, not all are computers)

- M725-5A00 Diving Computer
- M726-5A00 Diving Computer
- M705-5A10/5A1A/5A00 Diving Computers
· - I think the correct versión numbers are 5A00, 5A1A and 5A0A
· - I have never seen the 5A10
- M796-5A00/5A006W Diving (Computers) Wacthes - no real dive computers
· - I have never seen the 5A006W versión, if anybody can check this
· - there is another version numbered 5A10 with a titanium case
- M786 Diving Computer -
· - I don't think this watch exists, I think it's a type error
- M795-5A00 Diving (Computer) Wacth - no real dive computer
- DH33 DX (STN009J1 or SBDK001) Diving Computers
· - The versión number is 4A00
· - I think this watch is the same watch as the STN009 - if anybody can confirm this, or tell me the differences between the two.
- STN009 NX Nitrox Diving Computer - same as above
M705 variants are 5A00 5A0A 5A10 5A1A. Ref Seiko Oceania.
Watch or computer makes little or no difference in the context of this reference article and is a pointless argument.
M786 likely a typo
M796-5A00 and 5A10, the latter being Ti. M7965A006W is actually the part number for the replacement case.
DH33-4A00 Difference in model number is often due to different marketing regions, the STN009 has a different coloured fascia plate , grey/silver vs black. There is a Japanese and a European version.
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Great list
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I've been looking at getting a classic Seiko diver, which do you recommend?
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All of them
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Lot of work there thanks for posting!
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Wow,Very great post. thank you
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H558-5009 - case back movement-case number
SPW005 - hang tag and box Reference number
740042 - case back serial number
GL831 Seiko urethane dive strap, 22mm at lugs
Diver's 150 M quartz ani/digi
Black dial, round markers
Black shroud
black bezel insert
SS rotating bezel
SS case 44.5mm
aka "Arnie"


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