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Hi

I found last time few pictures of this Citizen. I like very much, and i would like to find it and purchase, but I don't know how to do this ?

Can you help me with identification ? Ref numbers ?

I tried to type numbers from back case, but without success :/
 

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Well, I can only tell you a Seiko Equivalent (of the case, not the dial), but it is also very hard to find ;)

Seiko Quartz „Automatic Generating System“ (A.G.S.) 7M22-6A50, 1988


The "Genta" Style was very often found in these days, the "original" is most likely the Audemars Piguet "Royal Oak".
 

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This seiko has very good loking case, I like this style.

With seiko it's much easier, you just search after movement ref, and here, i have no idea ... :/

btw, I'm thinking about this Eberhardt, also with this case style, but, I'm not sure if I will wear it.

I had nice Certina, but it was all the time in box, I sold it. I could not wear it, it was no SIEKO ...

Maybe have you got more similar watches on your mind ?
 

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Well, that one might be a bit too close to the original royal oak ;)

I can think of some other Seikos that are similar:
9723-8000:


Also available in blue:

(Both borrowed from uhrforum.de)

The 5M22-8A50 looks similar:

(Uhrforum.de)

The 5M22-8A60 comes close, too (my watch):


And then there's the 9983-8039

(again from Uhrforum.de)

Also available with silver dial (mine):


And complete silver with blue dial:

(From WUS)

And as Kinetic (5M22-8A10):

(Uhrforum again)

There are more, as I said - the "Genta" design was very well received. Other companies also copied that style.
 
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