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Default Reworking the Seiko Diver's Reference - PLEASE HELP...

The list below is an attempt at cataloging Seiko's professional divers through the decades. It is a very rough draft, it is incomplete and it is not organized perfectly. Once the list is complete, we will use it to create a new Seiko Diver's Reference, which will include information from the current one, as well as updated info for the old posts and an expanded gallery.

The vision of the reference is not to make it all encompassing. Yes we will try to include as many pieces as possible, but I have no illusion of being able to accurately account for every single ISO rated diver and [especially] sportdiver, seiko has ever made. As many of you can probably tell, this is going to be a project that will be added to gradually and in stages. Once it is hosted, the idea is for everyone to contribute to the entries, not just for one person to do it. The vision of or this project and the forum is for it to reflect the ideas, work and input of all it's members.

Please help flesh out the list, by posting additions, corrections and suggestions. If you are adding something new, then please list your entry and be specific (movement-case number, model number, depth rating, variants). Please read the list and the prior thread before making new suggestions. I'll add your submission to the list.

Thanks again for all the help thus far.

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AUTOMATIC MOVEMENTS

- 6201 Sportsmatic SilverWave (1962)
- 6601 Sportsmatic SilverWave (1964)
- 6215-7000
- 6217-8000/1 (62MAS)
- 6159-7001 Professional Diver
- 6159-7010/7019 600m Shrouded Diver
- 6105-8000/9 1st generation
- 6105-8010/9 2nd generation
- 6306-7000/1
- 6306-7001 (sucbaPro)
- 6309-7040 (International)
- 6309-7040 (Japan A Cased/Dial Symbol)
- 6309-7049 (International)
- 6309-7049 (Japan A Cased/Dial Symbol)
- 6309-7290 (Black Bezel Insert)
- 6309-7290 (Black Bezel Insert, Japan Model)
- 6309-729A (Red/Blue Bezel Insert, International)
- 6309-729A (Red/Blue Bezel Insert, Japan Model)
- 6309-729B (Orange Dial Version)
- 7002-7000 (150m Black Bezel Insert, Non-U.S. or Japan)
- 7002-7001 (150m Black Bezel Insert, Japan Version)
- 7002-7009 (150m Black Bezel Insert, U.S. Version)
- 7002-700A (150m Red/Blue Insert)
- 7002-700J (150m Red/Blue Insert, Japan Version)
- 7002-7039 (200m, Black Bezel insert)
- 7002-7039 (200m, Red/Blue Bezel Insert)
- 7002-7020/9 SDS099K (200m, Solid SS Bezel, Black Dial)
- 7002-7020/9 SDS097K (200m, Solid SS Bezel, Blue Dial)
- 7S26-0020 SKX007J - 200m (Japan market)
- 7S26-0029 SKX007K - 200m (International Market)
- 7S26-0020 SKX009J - 200m (Japan market)
- 7S26-0029 SKX009K - 200m (International Market)
- 7S26-0029 SKX175 - 200m (US Market)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKX399K - 200m (Philipines market)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKX401K - 200m (Philipines market)
- 7S26-0020 SKX011J - 200m (Japan market)
- 7S26-0029 SKX011K - 200m (International market)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKX171 - 200m (International market)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKXA61 - 200m (North American Market variant of the SKX171)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKXA63 - 200m (North American Market pepsi variant of the SKX171)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKXA53 - 200m (black dial red & white rehaute)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKXA55 - 200m (orange dial blue and white rehaute)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKXA35 - 200m (yellow dial - North American Market)
- 7S26-0020/9 SKX173 - 200m (North American Market)
[color=red]- OTHER SKX MODELS (MONSTERS, SAMURAI, ETC. - PLEASE ENTER)
- 6r15 - SBDC001/3/5 Sumo and SBDC007/9 Shogun
- 8L35 - SAGQ007 200M TI Brightz Phoenix Diver
- 8L35 - SBDX001 300m Marine Master
- 8L35 - SBDX003 300m historical reissue
- 8L35 - SBDX005 600m Shrouded diver historical reissue
- 8L35 - SBDX011 1000m shrouded diver
- 4r15 - SRP043 200m diver
- 4S15-7000 SCVF001 200m diver (black)
- 4S15-7000 SCVF003 200m diver (cream)

QUARTZ MOVEMENTS (TRADITIONAL)

- 5H26-7A09 200m Diver
- 5H26-7A10 200M Diver
- 7C43-6A00 200m Titanium diver
- 7C43-600B Professional diver
- 7C43-6010 200m Diver
- 7C43-6020 200m shrouded diver
- 7C43-7000/9 200m Diver (SQ dial, Pepsi bezel)
- 7C43-700A 200m Diver (pepsi)
- 7C43-7010 200m Diver (black)
- 7C43-7A00 SBBN003 asymmetrical 200m Diver (blue)
- 7C43-7A00 SBBN005 asymmetrical 200m Diver (gold)
- 7C46-7008/9 SBDS018 1000M shrouded diver (SQ dial)
- 7C46-7008/9 SSBS018 1000M shrouded diver (non-SQ dial)
- 7C46-6009 600m "ashtray" Professional Diver SS
- 7C46-6010 600m "ashtray" Professional Diver Ti
- 7C46 SBBN00E 1000m Robert F. Marx limited edition shrouded diver
- 7C46-7011 1999 ScubaPro limited edition shrouded diver
- 7548-7000 150m Diver (black)
- 7548-700B 150m Diver (black dial pepsi)
- 7548-700C 150m Diver (orange)
- 7548-700F 150m Diver (blue dial pepsi)
- 7548-7010 200m Diver (black)
- 7548-701A 200m Diver (orange)
- 7549-7010 300M Shrouded Diver
- 7549-7000/9 600m shrouded diver
- 6458-6000 200m diver (Mid-size)
- 6458-600A 200m diver (Mid-size)
- H558-5000/9 SAD017 150m "Arnold" shrouded diver
- H558-500A 150m shrouded diver
- H601-5480 150m shrouded diver
- H803-7003 Analog Alarm Chronograph Quartz Caliber 200M DIVER (black & blue dials)
- 8F35 200m SLR001/3 "Quartz Monster"
- 8F35-00A0 SBCM023/5/7/9 200m divers
- SBBC077 200m Diver (7N36?)
- SBBC079 200m Diver (7N36?)
- SBBC081 200m Diver (7N36?)
- SBBN011 7C46-0AA0 1000m shrouded diver
- SBBN013 7C46 1000m "Darth" shrouded diver
- SBBN007 7C46-7010 300m shrouded diver
- SBCN005 Transocean
- SBDQ001 7T62 200m (black dial) & SBDQ003(blue dial) chrono divers
- SLD005P 200m Diver with analogue depth gauge
- SSBS018 1000m shrouded diver
- SBBN015/7 300m shrouded diver
- SBBN019 300m shrouded diver (IP coated black case and white shroud)
- 7N36 200m divers - there are many models, PLEASE LIST WHAT YOU KNOW

QUARTZ MOVEMENTS (KINETIC)

- 200m AGS Titanium Scubamaster GMT
- SBDW009 5M45 Kinetic 200m Titanium Scubamaster GMT
- SBDW015 - 5M45 Kinetic 200m Marinemaster GMT
- SBCW003 5M45-6A30 200m Kinetic Titanium Scubamaster Stingray
- SBCW007 5M45-6A60 Kinetic SBCW007 Scubamaster Pipin Ferreras Cayman limited edition
- SBDD001 Kinetic Direct Drive Marinemaster
- SBDD003 Kinetic Direct Drive Marinemaster
- 200m 5M23 AGS Starfish
- 200m 3m22 AGS divers
- 5M23-0000 200m Titanium Diver AGS
- 5M23-6A10 (AGS)
- 5M23-6B50: 1st Kinetic sport divers, 150m - SHF045P, SHF047P, SHF048P
- 5M23-6A19 200m Kinetic Shrouded diver
- 5M42-0810 200m AGS, , (Sports)
- 5M43-0010 200m Titanium Diver AGS
- SBBW063 (JDM)/SKJ275 (international) - 5M43 kinetic 200m Pipin Ferreras
- SBCW017 5M45 200m Kinetic Titanium Scubamaster GMT
- SBCW025 5M45 200m Kinetic Titanium Scubamaster GMT Pipin Ferreras Limited Edition
- 5M65-0A40 kinetic, (Scubamaster,Pipin Ferreras)
- SBCZ005 200m Kinetic 'Grey Ghost'
- SBCZ007 200m Kinetic 'Grey Ghost' variant
- SBCZ009 200m Kinetic 'Grey Ghost' variant
- 5M63 SMY089P Black Knight
- SKA series 5M62 caliber 200m divers - SKA293P (Big Boss), SKA369/371(BFK), SKA383/SKA385 (Caesar)
- SKJ series 5M43 caliber 200m Kinetic divers - 5M43-0A40: SKJ001P, SKJ003P, SKJ004P, SKJ137P, SKJ031P(SS models), & SKJ045P, SKJ048P Ti models)
- SMY series 5M62 caliber 200m Kinetic divers - 5M63-0A10: SMY001P, SMY003P, SMY005P

QUARTZ MOVEMENTS (SOLAR)

- 200m SBCB001 Jewel Fish
- 200m SBCB003 Jewel Fish
- 200m SBCB005 Jewel Fish
- 200m SBCT001 Jewel Fish
- 200m SBCT005 Jewel Fish
- 200m SBCT007 Audrey Ferreras Jewel Fish Limited Edtion
- 200m SBHB003 Ignition Solar Diver
- 200m SBCB007/ SBCB009/ SBCB011 Titanium Solar divers

SPRING DRIVE

- 600m 5R66 Spring Drive SBDB001
- 200m 9R65 Spring DriveSBGA029 & SBGA031 (Ti) Grand Seiko Divers

DIGITAL DIVE COMPUTERS

- M725-5A00 Diving Computer
- M726-5A00 Diving Computer
- M705-5A10/5A1A/5A00 Diving Computers
- M796-5A00/5A006W Diving Computers
- M786 Diving Computer
- M795-5A00 Diving Computer
- DH33 DX (STN009J1 or SBDK001) Diving Computers
- STN009 NX Nitrox Diving Computer

SMALL & MID-SIZED DIVERS

- 2205-0769
- 2205-4090
- 2205-0649
- 2205-0760
- 2625-0010/9 Black & Pepsi dial 150m Diver
- 2625-001B Pepsi dial 150m Diver
- 2625-0170 Cream dial Pepsi dial 150m Diver
- 2625-077A Orange Pepsi dial 150m Diver
- 2A22-0039
- 3E25-0A10
- 3E25-0A59
- 3E25-0A50
- 3Y03-0099
- 3Y03-0059
- 4205-0143
- 4205-015A
- 4405-
- 6458-600B

SPORT DIVERS

- Caliber 6106
- Caliber 6119
- Caliber 7002
- Caliber 7005
- Caliber 7009
- Caliber 7019
- Caliber 7025
- Caliber 7s26
- Caliber 7s36
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If anyone has the time, I need help sorting the following list and intregrating it into the main list in the post above. Please keep in mind that there might be some incorrect entries, and some might be duplicates of others listed above. Also some may be model numbers of entries above identified by their movement case number. any help anyone could give merging these two lists would be greatly appreciated.

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7S35-00D0
SBDA001 7S25
SBDA003 7S25
SBDA005 7S25
SBDC001 6R15
SBDC003 6R15
SBDC005 6R15
SBDX001 8L35
SBDX003 8L35
SBDX005 8L35
SCVF001 4S15
SCVF003 4S15
SDS095K (7002 probably)
SKX007 7S26
SKX009 7S26
SKX011 7S26
SKX027 7S26
SKX031 7S26
SKX171 7S26
SKX401 7S26
SKX405 7S26
SKX421 7S26
SKX423 7S26
SKX779 7S26
SKX781 7S26
SKXA35 7S26
SKXA51 7S26
SKXA53 7S26
SKXA55 7S26
SKZ201 7S36
SKZ203 7S36
SKZ205 7S36
SKZ211 7S36
SKZ231 7S36
SKZ245 7S36
SKZ247 7S36
SKZ249 7S36
SKZ251 7S36
SKZ253 7S36
SKZ255 7S36
SKZ257 7S36
SNM011 7S35
SZEN006 (7S26 probably)
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Gabe, do you intend on adding the year of introduction? I think that would be helpful to know.
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Just a heads up.

The 5H25-7A09 200m Diver should be 5H26-7A09 200m Diver and also changed in the title of the photo. I know, because I submitted the black and white (crummy) photo and also own the watch. I probably fat fingered the title when I originally submitted it. >

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Gabe, do you intend on adding the year of introduction? I think that would be helpful to know.
Where available. with such a large list, the level of detailed information for each watch will vary considerably. Also this is not MY project. This is a project by everyone and for everyone's benefit, so I would expect everyone to help develop it as it takes shape by providing information and contributing to it.

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Just a heads up.

The 5H25-7A09 200m Diver should be 5H26-7A09 200m Diver and also changed in the title of the photo. I know, because I submitted the black and white (crummy) photo and also own the watch. I probably fat fingered the title when I originally submitted it. >

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Thanks mike. Fixed.
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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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Just a Q! Your original post said professional Divers, but you have included sports divers and the early 30M and 50M silver-waves. So what is the requirement for a diver to be listed? The reason i ask is that i have begun collecting the early 70m lady divers and wonder if they belong to this group?
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Just a Q! Your original post said professional Divers, but you have included sports divers and the early 30M and 50M silver-waves. So what is the requirement for a diver to be listed? The reason i ask is that i have begun collecting the early 70m lady divers and wonder if they belong to this group?
Good questions. the focus is professional divers. Sport Divers are there as a miscellaneous category for general knowledge, but not because we will be focusing a great dela on them. The original silverwaves are there for historical reasons as they are Seiko's first divers (even if they were not true dive watches) and the originators of the Tsunami logo.
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5H26-7AOL (on Dial)
SECO17J (on hang tag)
5H26-7A00 (on case back)
Thanks for the info. Can you explain what your mean by the text in the parentheses? Is that a reference to where the Diver indication is located?
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Seiko V736-7A10 200m Divers - Model Number STM003P1

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Thanks for the info. Can you explain what your mean by the text in the parentheses? Is that a reference to where the Diver indication is located?
Isthmus,
I have found that Seiko has model numbers, movement and case numbers, and configuration numbers.

Model numbers are the hang tag number, which have been forgotten or lost on older or multiple owner watches.

The movement and case number on the case back which we use as a designation number in lieu of a model number.

The dial location numbers have the movement designation and what I believe to be a code indicating the dial and hand configuration.

A data base of Seiko watches should include these three designation identifiers as well as the serial number so that we can begin to decipher the differences.

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Excellent idea, but how can we make sure the added information is actually valid? Just to rule out bogus info due to some Chinese replica's or something? Just a thought..or I am just paranoid ;D

My addition to the 4205-0143

On dial: 4205-0184 R 3
On hang tag: SUG089K
On case back: 4205-0143
Example serial number: 780028


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Well, I know for a fact that I have 11 Seikos that are origional and unaltered and one that has had the dial, hands and bezel incert replaced by not very accurate aftermarket parts. Only 4 are divers, and the franken is one of the 4. The data base should have included only those that are absolutely known to be unaltered. We are adults and should be able to police ourselves.

Movement markings and information would be great also, but how many of us want to open up our watches and risk the seals?

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A data base of Seiko watches should include these three designation identifiers as well as the serial number so that we can begin to decipher the differences.

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I see what you are getting at. So you are saying that we should list model numbers, movement -case numbers, and dial codes for each piece so as to fully identify it (and it's variants) correctly. Not a bad idea.
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I have here a discontinued model i think 2002-2005 of production.
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SKXA33 200m Diver's
7s26-02B6 R 2 (on the dial)
7s26-01C0 (on the case back)

Sample serial
430312


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Seiko Quartz Diver's watch w/Tsunami back. Model nr. 7548-7009, 150 meters, black dial and bezel
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Just a Q! Your original post said professional Divers, but you have included sports divers and the early 30M and 50M silver-waves. So what is the requirement for a diver to be listed? The reason i ask is that i have begun collecting the early 70m lady divers and wonder if they belong to this group?
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I have 2 watches which are not listed.


Seiko 5H26-7A1A 200m serial - 970091 with Black bezel silver numbers.


Seiko 7S26-02KO Orange dial Blue&white chapter ring black bezel - serial 570244 - 200m


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Looking thru my collection I have a midsize "PROFESSIONAL DIVER'S 200M" not listed.
7C43-600A
SN 692258
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Wow, great list ! I'm new and have printed it out for further reference!
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7N36-7A09
Quartz 200m, pepsi bezel, round markers
Sn 391063
first battery change 4th quarter 1996


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don't forget the 6159-7000. right at the start of my wis journey i bought one, ,running very slow and with plenty of wabi, at a car boot sale, for 10.
before i got savvy i ccouldn't find anyone to repair is so i sold it.. :'( biggest mistake i ever made....mine date to 1968 iirc
it had a one piece case unlike the 7001, and remains a (unobtainable) grail for me...
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I am no expert, so this is offered for ratification by those that may be....

7548-700B is listed as having a black dial.

I have several that are 100% original and both have blue dials and corresponding blue chapter rings.
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Seiko Automatic 200m Divers , 'stargate' model SKZ-325K1 - case back 7S36-04P0 , with bracelet & black dial with red minute hand .
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Seiko Automatic 200m Divers , SRP-307J Monster , case back 4R36-01J0 , with SS bracelet , black dial , white indexes , red tip second hand .
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