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With the end of the production for the SKX007 and its variants, I've been wondering when did the last 7S26-0020/0028/0029 00 come out? I now have an August 2019 7S26-0028 SKX009.

I am thinking this might be the last run. Anyone got anything later?
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Is there a 7s26c inside?
It seems that the casebacks on the later ones have definitely changed in definition and style (from my '97 007j at least)
 

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Not to hijack, but I thought all these SKX007/9 were 020 case code, what’s the 28 meaning?

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My two that I put away are Feb and Mar 2019.
Smart to have a few put aways.

My May 2019 is just that.
Not to hijack, but I thought all these SKX007/9 were 020 case code, what’s the 28 meaning?

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It gets confusing fast and I too would love to hear from someone who REALLY knows when the case back ends in -0020 vs -0028 or -0029. They are all the same watches/

The SKX007 for the JDM market is 7S26-0020. For the USA it is still called the SKX007 but the case back reads 7S26-0029

Odd thing with the SKX009 being -0020 when JDM and then for the USA they officially consider it the SKX175 even though there is only the missing jewel count on the dial to differentiate plus the case back goes to 7S26-0029.

Various SKX173, SKX007/009, etc I think when cased in Malaysia but not really sure about that become -0028 case backs.

I have a slew of SKX007, SKX009, SKX011, SKX399, SKX401, SKXA53, SKXA55, SKX173 and SKXA65, I can't keep it straight as to why the case backs can read -0020, -0028 or -0029 but they do.
 

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Pretty sure that 028 is for SKX175, i.e. N.American market.
SKX009 has a different dial code.
 
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