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I just received the 6105-8000... 1970 February with Proof/Proof... and it appears 6105B movement as it is hacking. Is this consistent with an original Seiko 6105-8000 or possibly a cobbled together watch? I was expecting it to be the 6105A with non-hacking. Thanks!
 

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I just received the 6105-8000... 1970 February with Proof/Proof... and it appears 6105B movement as it is hacking. Is this consistent with an original Seiko 6105-8000 or possibly a cobbled together watch? I was expecting it to be the 6105A with non-hacking. Thanks!
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I own a 6105A-8009 that I bought new in 1968. It has never been worked on and is 100% original. The dial says resist not proof and it does not hack. It has run fine until just recently (Jan. 2020). Hopefully I can get it to run again.

Mike
 
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