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  1. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    Hello everyone, My grandma recently showed me this watch that belonged to my grandfather, it is currently not working but i would like to have it repaired. I only know through researching the serial numbers on the back that the watch is called Seiko Movement V701 and probably made after 1995...
  2. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I have a 7002-7001 with a dead movement, and before I start digging into it, I'd like to know if the 7s26 movement out of a modern SKX would be a drop-in swap. The cases look to be the same, but I do not want to commit to doing this if there are going to be issues, like stem length or date wheel...
  3. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    WTB: Citizen 8110a chronograph movement [FOUND!] Looking for a working, clean 8110a movement ideally complete, as I need the automatic rotor for one watch, and some movement parts for another. If anyone has one going spare for a reasonable price, please let me know. Thanks...
  4. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    My very first watch bought in 1981. Has stopped and needs a new movement. Any sources?
  5. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    [FOUND!] WTB: 6139a Movement Looking to buy a 6139a chronograph movement, preferably complete and working. They do crop up now and again on eBay, but I've missed out on a couple recently. Please let me know if you have one to spare. Thanks!
  6. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    The pic speaks for itself. I was attempting to reinstall it in a 7S36b movement, and decided to pull it out to have another attempt. The balance wheel caught on the movement as I pulled (not gently enough obviously) and here is the result. Has anyone attempted to put a new spring and balance...
  7. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Looking for a Seiko 6138B movement. Date and day should be in a vertical orientation (for Bullhead 6138-0040). Contact using PP or vtihomir at gmail. com
  8. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    Hi All, I am new to your site and although i wouldn’t call myself a watch enthusiast, I do love watches. My late father purchased a Seiko Quartz Divers 300M 7549 - 7010 watch when I was born. I had always love his watch and it was handed down to me. The watch is still in good condition (given...
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