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Hi all,
Just wanted to say hello.
I have owned the same Seiko for since 1993. I did not realize until recently that a cool place like this existed.
Anyway, hopefully you will have some patience as I navigate may way around with questions on automatic dive Seiko's.
I am in the market for a new one.
Cheers,
Phil
 

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Hi Phil and welcome onboard.What may i ask is the Seiko you have owned for all these years?Im sure we would all like to know.Pics would be great also.
Have a great time here and dont be shy in asking questions.Neilo.
 

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Hey Phil. Be sure to freeze your credit card in a block of ice while you still have available credit. Don't say you weren't warned. 8)
 

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Welcome Phil..... glad to see you. :D ....you will find that not members here are men..... ;) if you ever need a female point of view, let us know..there are a few of us here.
 

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Welcome Phil..... glad to see you. :D ....you will find that not members here are men..... ;) if you ever need a female point of view, let us know..there are a few of us here.
Just wondering Cindy what colour shirt would i be best to wear with my 6105 ?? ;D
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome!
Here is a pic of my watch. I have worn it everyday since late 1993. It has never been "serviced".
I did check it today against the USNO master Clock and it was about 2 seconds behind. I only change the time when we switch to daylight savings.
Hope I did the image size correctly.

 

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hey phil it is good to have you here enjoy your time 8)
 

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Sweet [shadow=blue,left]7002[/shadow] you've got there, Phil. The 200m version is much more rare than the typical 150m version. Thanks for sharing your pics!
 

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Thanks.. Stumpbass.
I really don't know much about it other than I bought new & I wear it everyday.
It keeps great time.
I am being proactive and started looking for a new everyday watch that looks everybit as good with date only in my price range 200-400.
Needless to say it is very challenging for a newbie.
North American market models, Asian market models grey market models.
 
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