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I have several Seiko 6105 dive watches that I want to have reconditioned/repaired so I can give them to my grandsons.

I'd appreciate if folks here could point me toward reputable vendors that do this kind of work.

Thanks!
 

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Hi, this is an international forum, so you'll need to give your location for members to help you :)
 

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welcome to the forum...glad to have you with us..i am told Spencer is one of the best...
 

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Note although 6105s are worth a tonne of $ now the movements in them are very straightforward so don't agree to an overhaul price that is expensive.
 

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Spencer charges very reasonable rates. If you are in the US I highly recommend him. I used to go to a cheaper watchmaker but realized that he only did cosmetic cleaning. Recommended watchmakers here may charge a bit more but you are assured that they passed the WIS test.
 

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Spencer charges very reasonable rates. If you are in the US I highly recommend him. I used to go to a cheaper watchmaker but realized that he only did cosmetic cleaning. Recommended watchmakers here may charge a bit more but you are assured that they passed the WIS test.

Spencer has done several of my vintage Seiko's
Here is my 6105-8110 that he gently restored.
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