|12-10-2016 08:52 AM|
|Timegentlemenplease||Thanks John. That would be my first choice. When it arrives ill take to my watchmaker. I don't know if parts are available for these early electronic pieces but Ill have him take a look. Here are the case back and a close-up of the movement. It was a special production for Japan's biggest ad agency. Worn, then, by one of Tokyo's Mad Men.|
|12-10-2016 06:10 AM|
|jringo8769||well i would fix it for sure...that looks quite unique and very cool...great find...|
|12-10-2016 05:56 AM|
Solid silver seiko: repair or replace?
I have bought this wee gem but the seller says it doesn't work. I figure my options are to try and have it repaired, to replace the movement with another of the same calibre or to replace with another movement altogether. I don't know if the latter is even possible. Any advice very much appreciated.