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For sale is my Seiko 6106-7107 Sport Diver produced by Seiko in the late 60’s – early 70’s. The watch was a restoration project by a respected WF forum member who is well known for his restoration work. He took parts from two 6106-7107 models to assemble one outstanding watch in excellent condition. Here’s a link to the thread describing the project:

http://www.watchfreeks.com/96-watch...116842-seiko-6106-7107-sushi-sport-diver.html

This model/configuration with the orange dial (Seiko called it Aztec Red) seems to be fairly uncommon, especially in this condition. The dial is the star of the show with the raised monument style markers and rotating internal bezel. The case has minor marks as would be expected on a watch from this era but there are no major dings or scratches. The case was refinished but the edges aren’t rounded and the lines between the brushed case top and polished case sides are intact. The raised, slightly domed crystal is perfect. The crown and stem were replaced about a year and a half ago (after the initial restoration.) Proper parts were used so the internal bezel rotates as it should by turning the crown. All functions work…the movement hacks, the crown pushes in to quick set the day/date, and the crown pulls out to change the time. The watch runs strong and keeps good time; it got a mini-service when the crown and stem were replaced. Dimensions are approximately 43mm diameter, 43mm lug to lug, 19mm lug width and the distinctive saucer shape case is very comfortable to wear. This is an amazing example of an iconic, vintage Seiko sport diver.

One Time Reduction to $235 Paypal’d and shipped Priority in the CONUS on the shark mesh bracelet in the photos (sized for 7.25” wrist with 1 spare link.) International considered with actual additional cost for shipping. No trades please. Questions/offers to [email protected] or PM.

















 

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Ralph,
So sorry to see you let that one go. That's a great watch.
 
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