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Well I was at work last night, walking down the road (I'm in the rail industry), looking at new listings, saw this and hit the BIN button, not even have had read the description, thought what the heck have I done? I must be crazy. Here's a couple of screen shots, these are from the sellers page.


The case back isn't real, just like everything else by the looks, but I'm more interested in the case. Apologies for the picture quality, just wondering what some opinions are? Ever heard of a fake case? Is my assumption it is/supposed to be a 6309 cushion diver correct? Any answers below please, thank you in advance.
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I seen that one too...looked not right for sure...
 

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well as long as you are happy..that is what matters most
 

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That Watch Diesel,no problem there ...

Look at it this way Diesel, the (PART'S) you have with it was like
camrok says worth it. The (MOVEMENT) is a few bucks and the rest of it
makes up for the lost case.
I might have spent the .... ($40.00 ) if I really needed the PART'S badly.
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Some one had a good Sander or Grinder that's all.
 

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I'm never one to be sour and always look at better side of things. Being half asleep and not concentrating didn't help. Spares are spares like you say LongBike, and I'm happy with having them. Just wanted a clean case :( . Oh well, back to the drawing board!

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Well the infamous 6319 7090 diver has arrived. The watch is put together badly, but does work. Rotor catches on the movement ring (see balance pic), but it runs surpringly well. Movement looks original Seiko to me, or parts there of, as the wording is good (compared to caseback). Case is a right off, 7002 diver type crystal gasket, unknown bezel setup, but the crown does screw down securely. Not sure about the crown and stem, but carries out time and date change correctly, though very lose when unscrewed and has a nice modified flat gasket to ensure water resistance :) . Hands and dial look originally from a 7S26, but dial feet missing and glue used. Overall, spares to be had at least, I think. Here's some pics, let me know your opinion on the bits and pieces.









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