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  1. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hello, For your consideration is a JDM day wheel for the 6309/7548/6106. Ideal for a JDM 7548/6309 conversion or to replace a faded example. The day wheel is in good shape but there are a few marks that won't be visible once mounted on a movement. Asking USD28 with free postage worldwide...
    $28 USD
  2. Want to Buy
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  3. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Hey y'all, so like the title says I'd like to know how to find gaskets on my own so that when I do work on a watch I don't have to post here every time asking which gasket I need. For right now though I'm looking for the crystal and stem gasket for the 6309-8089 I posted earlier about. I got it...
  4. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Hello all, I have an unidentified 6309 with a 6309-8089 case back that I need a case back gasket for. What I'm wondering is if there is a way to determine which gasket I need by the attached picture or does any 6309 case back gasket work? Also where's the best place to get gaskets? The movement...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Currently own a 6309 given to me brand new back in 1983 as high school graduation gift. Want to know where I can have the face restored, the luminous part no longer glows. I'm in California. Other than that watch still works, still my daily wear.
  6. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Hi All, For sale is the cool 6309-5059 Automatic from 1977. It has a really cool iridescent dial and funky shape. It features the Seiko 6309 automatic winding movement (same as in the iconic 6309 Turtle diver) with quick set for both day and date. It's a great watch for someone starting out in...
  7. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Greetings! At long last, my slim 6309 was delivered last Thursday and I wanted to share some photos of the watch as received and after preliminary inspection. I found this specimen in the Philippines in March, just as the global lockdown was enacted. All I had to tide away my time were photos...
  8. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Hi all, I've been lurking for a while now, finding lots of really usuful information that already been posted, thank you everyone for that it been invaluable! I've been tinkering for a short while and am by no means proficient yet.. I've stripped down a 6309a movement, my first Automatic...
  9. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I’m brand new to this forum. I stumbled upon The Watch Site while researching Seiko 6309 7290 dials. I picked a 7290 and wanted to see if the dial was original or aftermarket. I initially thought the dial was original as it appears to have the correct 12:00 markers - triangles come to a point...
  10. New Member Introductions
    Hello all, I was wondering if it's possible to put a 6309 movement into a 7002 diver case? Other than the diver, there doesn't seem to be another Seiko watch that shares the 7002 movement so I'd like to make a transplant if it's possible. Thank you, John
  11. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    I've recently purchased a Seiko 5 with a 6309a movement in it. The issue listed by the seller was that the face was loose, so that was an easy fix, but the crown also wont seem to set properly. The crown will change the day and date but wont change the hour and minute hands. It also wont click...
  12. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    More pictures available—just ask! Group Shot 6619-8290 Sportsmatic 5 - $125 Sort of has a steel Omega Constellation vibe. Non-quick set date. Radial finishing on the top surface of the case looks good; lacquered silver, crosshair dial is nice with a little patina around the edges. Definitely...
  13. 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!
  14. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I've seen it stated many places that a 6309 crown should turn at least 1.5 complete revolutions when screwing down. However, some people post that their crowns take three or even four turns to screw down. Is this possible? I own three 6309s and their crowns all take just over two complete...
  15. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    I'm contemplating a TST build and will need a 6309 movement. (4 o'clock crown version) I'm looking for one that has been recently serviced and is keeping good time. I'll consider a whole watch but it's primarily the movement (including crown of course) that I'm chasing. Please let me...
  16. Seiko Reviews
    So I have a 6309-7290 I bought off the bay over a year ago when i was just getting the bug. I bought blind like a sucker without much research, AM Hands/Dial/Bezel.... live and learn. I love the case as its very comfortable so I thought I would buy some new parts to mod it into something id...
  17. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    - All original with signed buckle - Commonly found on 6309 "turtle" divers - Fits 22mm lugs - Rubber in good condition considering age - has a bit of sweet smell that's characteristic of vintage Seiko rubber straps - Small 0.5 cm crack on the strap holder part - No guarantee on its future...
  18. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    We have the 6306-7000, 6306-7001, 6309-7040/49 vintage Turtles on the other side vs. the new SRP Turtles SRP 775 to 77x. If you were only to choose only one and assuming that both are in same pristine condition...what will you get? The $400-700 vintage Turtles or the $250-375 new Turtles...
  19. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Up for sale. Lightly used Seiko Jubilee Bracelet 22mm with curved end links Size: 22mm End Link: Hollow, curved Buckle: Seiko Signed Material: Stainless Steel Fits SKX007, 6309 etc with curved end and 22mm lug width. Sold As-Is. Price: SOLD FREE registered airmail with tracking. PayPal...
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