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Discussion in 'Watches' started by speedmaster, Aug 7, 2009.
Tom, The page is set as private. No can see!
They are great watches, my only beef is that you can't wind them from the stem. I've got a SKX013 diver, and its little brother (picked it up overseas, don't know the model number). I think I could hammer nails with the big diver, and it would still keep good time.
The Grand Seiko watches are the apex of Seiko automatics...they cost more than a Rolex, but are masterpieces of mechanical precision.
I am digging around Flickr, trying to see what I need to click. Sorry.
173 mod that I've had forever. It's my beater, so I do replace the bezel ring every year or so.
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Love 'em! This is the watch i wear the most, a Yobokies Modded SKX007:
[img width=359 height=640]http://i190.photobucket.com/albums/z207/spencerlocker/IMG_0739.jpg[/img]
I just got a new 2008 production Seiko 5 yesterday. It seems to run about 3 seconds slow over a 12 hour period. Am I right in assuming that while this is in the normal range of slow/fastness, one shouldn't even try to adjust it until it has been worn a month or so to break it in? Since most of these come new running fast, I wonder if mine won't break in to be about right on once the parts kinda polish themselves a little? Mine looks retro, which I kinda like, sorta 1960's to my eyes. I love the countersunk crown that can't catch on stuff. Protected crowns are the way to go.
my 4 year old monster on black nato with beadblasted hardware ;D
yes give it 30-45 days to settle down,
after break-in some watches slow down, others go faster and some don't change at all...
SKX007 here ;D
[img width=640 height=480]http://i98.photobucket.com/albums/l276/DeathLarsen/IMG_2406.jpg[/img]
I got my first automatic a few days ago, a BM, and am loving it. It has a very solid feel and awesome lume. Even more so for only $85! :woohoo:
$85!?! What a deal!
I just got an snzg39k which I'm loving right now. Sorry no pictures yet.