Saturday, November 07, 2009

My Seiko Collection


I was working on reviving some of my old Seiko when I realised that my Seiko collection is the second largest brand I have after my Casio G-Shocks. I would have more but I did sell some of my old Seiko to a friend. Along the way, I have also acquired some old beat-up Seiko. The plan back then was to learn about watches. That plan did not work out. So I kept them in my drawer until now.

Well here is the collection. I have 11 Seiko watches and 1 from a subsidiary, Pulsar. As you can see from the photograph below, some of the watches are no longer on their original strap or bracelet. Most of my watches are in that condition. That does not mean I do not have the original straps, it is just I don't use them.


The watches up close. From left to right; Seiko Orange Monster SKX781K3, Seiko 5 LANDSHARK/ ATLAS SKZ211K1, Seiko DIVER 150M 6309-7040 and Seiko DIVER 200M SKX007K.


The next batch; Seiko 5 SPORTS MILITARY SNZG15K1, Seiko 5 MARINE SPORTS LUMIBRITE SNZF07J1, Seiko SPORTS MILITARY SNX425 and Seiko SPEEDMASTER SPORTS 100M 7A28-7079.


The last batch; Seiko 5 6119-6023 (pre-loved), Seiko 5 7009-3040 (pre-loved), Seiko C153-5007 and Pulsar G10 MILITARY watch. The first two watch, 6119 and 7009 are the watches I am trying to get them up to speed again. The 7009 had problems with the hands and calendar system. The hands were hitting each other. The 6119 need new dial, internal bezel and hands (unless I can get it cleaned).


As for the Seiko calculator watch, C153-5007, I hope to revive it. Somehow I have a feeling it is not to be. Reviews of all these watches soon.

2 comments:

  1. Great collection... If I were you I'll revive the calculator watch just for the sake of completing your collection!

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  2. Hi MickShinoda,

    Welcome to the blog. I would like to revive the Seiko calculator watch if I could find the module. We will see what happens.

    BTW interesting site you have.

    Best regards,

    Ivan

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