Making some tough decisions to let some watches go in order to consolidate and fund the next big thing. Prices include CONUS shipping. Cross-posted.
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Nodus Sector Dive Red Tide w stainless steel bezel $450

Really cool watch, worn a couple times. I really like it, but I’ve decided to keep just one Nodus. Watch is in nearly new condition, with a single, faint desk-diving mark visible on the clasp. The dark red fume dial is darker and moodier in real life than pictures. The lume is awesome! Full factory set included, with boxes, book and all extra links. Strap pictured is not included—just the bracelet.

From the Nodus folks: The Sector Dive is a reimagination of the skin diver - a type of watch used for diving that doesn’t require a breathing apparatus. With the Sector Dive, the perennial features of a skin diver (smaller diameter, Arabic numerals on the dial, shallower water resistance) are all retained but infused with modern styling and engineering.
The Sector Dive is designed and assembled in Los Angeles.

Case: 316L surgical-grade stainless steel | Brushed and polished surfacesDimensions: 38mm case width | 39mm bezel width | 12.5mm thickness | 47mm lug-to-lug | 20mm lug width | 7.5mm crown diameterCrown: Screw-downMovement: Seiko (SII) NH38 (no-date) Japanese automatic movement | Regulated in four positions (+/- 10 secs/day)Crystal: Flat-top sapphire crystal with domed underside | Blue anti-reflective coating on undersideBezel: Steel or Black DLC Steel | 120-click uni-directionalLuminescence: Swiss Super-LumiNova® T-C1 X1 Grade | Thick-printed for 3D effectWater Resistance: 100 meters / 300 feetBracelet: “Beads of Rice” style | 20mm-18mm taper | Button release clasp with micro-adjustments | Screw links | Quick-release springbarsWeight: 74g (watch head) | 160g (with full bracelet)Dial: Maroon fume | High-gloss enamel finishHands: Polished silverOther: Drilled-through lugsWarranty: 24 months (Through Dec 2023Full Kit: Nodus watch box | Microfiber cleaning cloth | Warranty and regulation card
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Seiko 5 Sports SNZJ53 $275

Regardless of your opinion on the new Seiko 5 line, the previous generation from 10 or so years ago had a lot more options and tons more personality. This was my first “daily driver” automatic watch and I still think it’s great. Comes with the full kit: box, book, tag, and original bracelet. I really started exploring NATO straps with this watch, so the bracelet was not worn much and has been in that little baggie for a few years. It will come mounted on the Bond NATO. The 7S36 beating inside continues to do its job, still keeping good time and providing plenty of power.
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Seiko Presage SRPB67J $300

This Presage hits all the right notes for that pilot-style watch vibe. It’s got a very wearable 40.5mm size, and looks great on just about any strap. I even tried it on a SARB033 bracelet, and it was so cool! It also comes with its full kit: box, papers, tag, etc. It is mounted on its original black leather band, which is really nice—much better than standard Seiko bands of the same era, and it will come with the Ute / Toxic Shiznit black and red NATO. It’s in great shape; I hardly wore it. I hope the next owner gives it the love it deserves!
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Vintage Seiko 7009-8129 - $125

This little guy (37-ish mm) is unserviced and comes with its original beads of rice bracelet, which fits a 7.25” wrist. I polywatched the crystal and it looks awesome. The crisp dial looks great, with near-perfect lume and numerals, and the watch runs, keeps good time, and has a pretty good power reserve, as-is. The quickset date works perfectly, but the day is a little sticky on some days when it’s being set—it advances properly if it’s running / changing naturally. This is one that deserves to be serviced and preserved; it’s a great example.
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