The Watch Site banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-20 of 26 Results
  1. Want to Buy WTB 6105-811X

    Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hello, I currently have a 7548 diver and am interested in buying a 6105 - 811X in nice condition. Original preferred over restored but will consider the latter. Great site here! Thanks, Steve
    $1 USD
  2. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    For sale is this really nice 1974 Seiko 6105-8110, AKA the Captain Willard. This one is in great shape. It has a dent in the crown guard above the crown and some greying on the hands, and some light scratches on the crystal, but is otherwise in very nice shape. It's all original including the...
  3. image.jpg

    Old vs new... i prefer old errrrr
  4. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Howdy! Long time no thread like this, so why not share with you all a 6105 relume I did not long ago, I thought. The dial had some lume rot and the markers were a little sorry, so I removed the matt finish that was in poor shape and I was left with a pretty smart dial to work with. I then...
  5. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi All, I'm selling my Seiko 6105-8009 from June, 1970. This is the slim case version of Seiko's famous 6105 dive watch. This is the resist version, which is the rarest of the 6105s, at least according to some enthusiasts. It was fully serviced in June by a watchmaker well known to this forum...
  6. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    So, I know that everyone on this forum agrees that brightly glowing lume is the most important part of a watch (and original bracelets are overrated). I mean we buy Seikos because the lume is almost as bright as Rolex lume, and we can't afford Rolexes, right? Most of us ditch our original dials...
  7. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Hi! Question for those of you who are used to looking at restoration candidate watches: When you you see gunk like this on hands and markers, do you assume that it's surface gunk that can brushed off, or corrosion that has eaten into the metal? I'm being offered this watch, and I don't know...
  8. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Hey, First question is, is Randall Benson still around? I have a 6105 8119 that he serviced and converted to a screw down crown that needs servicing. 6309 just needs movement service. Any suggestions on who else I can send these to for service? Thanks!
  9. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Looking to purchase a decent Seiko 6105-811x. Please PM here if you got one you're looking to sell. Thanks.
  10. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi Everyone I'm looking for a birth year and month 6105 diver i.e. serial starting with 26xxxx. I know this is a long shot, but if you have one lying around or have fallen out of love with it, or just have too many watches and looking to consolidate your collection, please drop me a message to...
  11. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    I am restoring my 74yr old fathers Seiko 6105-8119 watch. He wore this watch almost daily for most of his adult life. He purchased in DC in 1972. As such the bezel has seen better days and the crystal is pretty scratched. I have the crystal taken care of, I need a good condition bezel insert or...
  12. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi :) I'm looking for a 150m resist dial for my 6105-8110. I'm located in EU. Thanks St.
  13. Mod & Restoration Reviews (Mod/Restored Watches)
    Steam Punk 6105 {now drilled lug holes} A couple weeks ago, I started working on a 6105 restoration. This one was sort of started from the inside out. I bought a very nice movement, dial, handset and crown from Guy here on the forum. I didn't have a case for it though. Normally, that...
  14. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    SEIKO 6105-8110/8119 crown, unused (NOS), complete with gasket inside. I can't confirm the gasket condition but it still looks very "fat" and would provide good sealing pressure against the crown tube. Paypal US$ 80 shipped via Registered Mail.
  15. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    FS: 6105 dial restored REDUCED US$150 <<<SOLD>>> I have here a 6105 dial that came from Spencer Klein. It is an all ORIGINAL dial that came from a lot that he had. It was restored and relumed by him for a 6309 mod that I was having serviced at the time. When it eventually returned, I never...
  16. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    For sale is my July 1975 Seiko 6105-8110 Fully serviced with replacement of select movement parts with NOS parts and new seals. Keeps excellent time with a strong power reserve Regulated Pressure tested to 6 bar (teflon tape installed on stem to seal) Case is in great condition, see pictures...
  17. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Today I successfully found a workaround for replacing the crown seal on the 6105: I wrapped the stem with teflon tape and added in a little silicone grease and bob's your uncle. I pressure tested it for 5 minutes under 6 BAR and it held like a champ. I don't dive with this one but I am no longer...
  18. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Cheers! I have just had the most bizarre experience when my local watchmaker presented my beloved Seiko 6105 after a standard pressure testing. IT WAS IN PIECES! Chrystal, glass, Bezel and insert, dial and hands were just loose. Anyone who would like to share any thoughts on why and what...
  19. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi, I have cash and I'm looking for a seiko 6309, 6306 or 6105 project watch, any condition but I prefer all original. Let me know what you have. Thanks!
  20. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    SOLD for $950 1976 Seiko 6105-8119 All metal parts have been ultrasonically cleaned. The crown locks as it should. The luminous paint has been reapplied to the original hands and original dial. Was told by previous owner that it had been serviced at a Seiko service center. There are some...
1-20 of 26 Results