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  1. The Japanese Watch Discussion Forum
    I have a Sportura SNA 137P from around 2005. It was the first present my wife gave me. The band came apart mid way (on both sides) a few years ago and the central section is now lost - probably moving house. Although the remainder of the band is attached to the watch on both sides, I assume...
  2. Mod & Restoration Reviews (Mod/Restored Watches)
    Specifications: Model Number: H023 Movement: H023-00E0 | Quartz Serial No: 780033 Case: Stainless Steel Strap: Stainless Steel Water Resistance: 100 m Crystal: Sapphire Strap: 28 mm (33S5-Z.I) Case Size: 41.5 mm Thickness: 13.5 mm Battery: SR1130W Crown: Screw-down Comments: Restore Case &...
  3. Watchmaking & Tinkering
    I'm looking to change the battery and restart my old Sportura 100, unused for 6 years + and have read up on several of the useful instruction vids online. I was unable to adjust the hands and also couldn't recall if my watch had a screw down crown or a pull-out version ( I understand the...
  4. Seiko & Citizen Trading Post
    Looking for a stainless steel m0nd111j0 band for my seiko sportura big calendar watch! Does not have to be new, can also be a couple of extention pieces/links to increase my current one. Hoping to hear from anyone.
  5. Parts, Tools & Accessories Reviews
    Hello forum followers! I have searched and searched, but have found nothing. I have Seiko Sportura H024-00A0 (SNJ019/021) watches that have 4 tri-groove screws (also called Holt-head) holding the bezel in place (see picture attached). Some of these screws have loosened, and I would like to be...
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