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I was looking at an expensive Seiko 6105, which is advertized to be a 6105-8110, but one of the pictures shows the text at the bottom of the dial to say "6105-8009T":





My question to the experts, what does this mean? :confused:


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I've been wondering about that myself.

My 7546-8049 says "7546-805L T" at the bottom of the dial. And there is a space between the "L" and the "T". I bought mine new, so I know the two numbers belong together.

So, I add to your question in asking, what's it all mean?
 

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Thank you!

It is the dial part number. Proof is 8000 resist is 8009

Thank you gentlemen! I knew I could depend on you. :kiss:


Sorry about the picture, it didn't look that big on my 35" MacBook Pro! :grin:


And I wanted you to be able to read the number too. :rolleyes:


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Well...

grail watch...
I dunno, chip in the bezel insert at the seven minute mark, and a ding at 47.5.

Looks pretty dusty inside too.


I'll just wait for a nicer one my Mr. Mounce! :grin: He won't even charge as much either!! :rolleyes:


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