Up for sale is my Seiko 6105-8000 from July of 1970. This is a transitional model that has a resist dial and proof case back. It is all original. I just bought it and planned to have it serviced and have the crystal replaced but have decided to go a different direction. The case is unpolished and in very good condition. Bezel shows some scratches. Friction bezel moves bi-directionally as it should. Crown also pops in and out as it should (these don't screw down). Dial is excellent and the hands are in good condition. The hacking 6105B movement appears to be clean but I'm limited to just what I can see by removing the case back. It does run with a few shakes but I cannot attest to it's accuracy or power reserve; as I said my plan was to have it serviced. Quick set date and time work. Will come on an unused Uncle Seiko waffle strap. Asking what I have into it and with a small amount of work (crystal $40 from Klein and service ~$200 depending on who you know) this will make a very nice watch.

Condition: Used, good. See description above.


Trades: No.

If you have additional questions or want pictures or videos let me know and I can provide them. I have multiple extremely positive sales on here and other places so buy with confidence. Will to provide references if necessary.