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I like to get your advice if this piece is a real deal. Got an offer from a friend.

He told me that the crystal has been replaced. The rest are original. The number at the caseback is 832324. And it read 6306-7001.

Please give me your honest opinion if this is a real deal as I really do not know how to spot if its a fake.

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I'm no expert on the 6306 or the scubapro variant, but nothing jumps out as being wrong to me. Can you get a shot of the caseback and movement (which should have 6306 stamped on it). If you can't open the caseback then check that the movement hacks. There was a scubapro 6306 sold on eBay this week in parts. If you search completed listings you might be able to compare the dial for authenticity.
 

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Dear members

I like to get your advice if this piece is a real deal. Got an offer from a friend.

He told me that the crystal has been replaced. The rest are original. The number at the caseback is 832324. And it read 6306-7001.

Please give me your honest opinion if this is a real deal as I really do not know how to spot if its a fake.

Thanks










Can not tell unless I hold it in my hands ;)
 

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Here is my 6306-7001 found nearby in a store in Japan. Serial # starts 89xxx
Your dial lume spots look like mine so I think the watch is legit...

 

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Looks good to me. Correct dial code at bottom, correct bevel at the date window (day wheel should be kanji/english), correct text font and colour and the case seems to have the large cut out for the crown. Here's a pic of mine, although I know that some people here have much better examples ;)

 

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I'm no expert on the 6306 or the scubapro variant, but nothing jumps out as being wrong to me. Can you get a shot of the caseback and movement (which should have 6306 stamped on it). If you can't open the caseback then check that the movement hacks. There was a scubapro 6306 sold on eBay this week in parts. If you search completed listings you might be able to compare the dial for authenticity.
Hi tritto

Thanks for your feedback, the movement hacks

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Dear members

Anymore opinion, as my friend given me up to tomorrow to make the decision.

Thanks in advance:)
 

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It does look superb and if the experts say it's original then thats good enough for me, but.......................even if i had the money spare i wouldent pay the $$$ amount that these command, just doesent do it for me, just so many other models that i would prefer to spend the $s on :)
 
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