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  1. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Just got this watch in with unknown service history, just wanted some help interpreting these timegrapher results from using the IOS Timegrapher App in a very quiet room. I looked up the lift angle for the movement. Only face up, I don't have a way right now to reposition the watch. Just...
  2. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    SOLD Selling a Lord Matic Special 5216-6050 in excellent condition. Watch has been completely serviced one week ago. Everything works as it should, including quickset for the date. Comes on a Seiko strap with a Seiko Pinstripe buckle. Price is € 450,- plus shipping from Austria. Shipping...
    €450 EUR
  3. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Sold. NOS Lord Matic bracelet. 15cm length, 19mm lugs. Prize is €55 plus shipping.
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hey! Glad to be a member of this forum. I found it on my endless hunt for cool Lord Matics, specifically 5216-8020s. I've only been into watches for about 6 months, but am obsessed! Look forward to lurking and learning!
  5. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Hello everyone!!! I'm pretty new here. I've been scouring the web to find a watchmaker that can handle servicing a vintage Seiko LordMatic 5206-7000 watch. While I did find a few reputable watchmakers known to service this kind of watch, they are all too overloaded and turn around time is over...
  6. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I'm looking at potentially purchasing a 5606-7280 Lord Matic with a faceted crystal. I don't much care for that style of crystal and would like to replace it with a flat one - anyone know if there is an OEM Seiko replacement crystal that would fit? It looks like 300T12ANSO fits a large variety...
  7. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Hi all, I recently purchased a 1970 5601-9000 Lord Matic. This is the model with no caseback - the movement is accessed by removing the crystal and dial. I got it quite cheap and it's in surprisingly good condition for its age. It wasn't keeping good time so I decided try a different watchmaker...
  8. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Gentlemen, a while back I shared the idea of ultimately having one dedicated watch box to each Seiko watch series I collect (e. g., Bell-Matics, 4-handers, etc.). Well, I had better not said that aloud - you know what the royalty is like, always demanding more, and you had better not mess with...
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