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I got this one for the price of 3/4 tank of diesel :) (nice price but not supercheap)

Quick pic of the good working movement.


Dial looks great, lovely green color, some corrosion on the indexes.


Seller said the bracelet was "aftermarket"?
Not aftermarket but sweet solid linked Stelux goodness :) And more than enough length for my wrist!
After the cleaning.

No folded links but solid!


And after a quick bath in the ultrasonic cleaner this is what the case looks like now.

April 1972!


Not bad eh? :cool:



Sometimes ebay works ;)
 

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Looks good !!!

Ebay works most of the time :)
 

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These battery powered, balance wheel-regulated electronic Seikos are cool.

Here's my 3102-7000:




... and with its antithesis, the automatically wound, quartz-regulated Snowflake:
 

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A great find. Well done.

I'm in Aus too Soulboy. Some good watches out there, but they're few and far between compared to Europe, the US and Asia. A function of our small population I guess.

Not a Seiko, but here is my electronic Tissot from the same all to brief era. They're easy to regulate and have a beautiful sweeping second hand.
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