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i'm selling this very rare & highly collectible seiko 6105-8009 resist/resist with a real 6105b hacking movement in all original (except nos hands) excellent condition. this is one of the "transitional divers" (the other model is the 6105-811X proof/proof) that were produced in such a short period of time. here are the specs:

dial: clean, black dial with a popped out seiko logo; has the "water resist" markings; original lume on the hour indices (pics may looked relumed but they are not); has a tiny pithole on the 6th hour marker

hands: nos hands bought from pete of australia & installed by ken setser; will send along the original ones

crystal: original, clean & clear with no scratches or pits

bezel ring: non-ratcheting type with no clicks (just the way they were made); rotates bidirectional

bezel insert: original, black glossy smooth with a linear scratch extending from the 34th-44th marker; few other scratches barely visible; bezel pip is the only thing relumed (by mr. setser) in this watch to match the dial lumes

case: unpolished; factory-finished brush polishing still looks fresh; has few other scratches mostly hairline & faintly visible; still has those sharp edges

caseback: in excellent condition; markings are written in horse-shoe pattern including "...water resist" texts; serial # starts with 01XXXX which dates back to january 1970 production

crown: original, signed, non-screwdown; this is the first seiko diver with the crown placed at the 4 o'clock position

movement: original 6105b hacking 17 jewels automatic; cleaned & serviced; keeping up time well; new gaskets

strap: genuine seiko Z20 flat-vent black rubber strap with springbars

price: asking $825 paypal

shipping: free within conus via usps priority mail with tracking; int'l buyers pls add $25 for express mail with tracking & insurance

contact: pls send pms for queries


thank you.
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