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The perfect Seikos

Solomon

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I am a firm believer that everyone needs to handle a SARB033/035 at some point in their life. The case shape, dial design, dimensions, and handset just ooze class. They punch way above their weight class and have both earned a forever spot in my collection. I have a bit of a Seiko addiction but there are far worse things to be hooked on in life.

Please enjoy some pictures of mine on two of my favorite straps :)

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Dave Haynes

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My favorite Seiko is a 5106-7000. Very rare and complicated. 33J winds both with the rotor and stem wound. Hacks quick sets. Daini section of Seiko. 60s. Definitely not your average Seiko.
 

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I am also fond of the SCVS and SARB series produced by Seiko some 10-15 years ago. Here are 3 of them that I purchased from authorised dealers in Japan just for the pleasure of collecting (I never wore them : they are still "new").

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Grand Seiko has led the way to making Seiko's across the board one of the most collectable watches out there!
 

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I am also fond of the SCVS and SARB series produced by Seiko some 10-15 years ago. Here are 3 of them that I purchased from authorised dealers in Japan just for the pleasure of collecting (I never wore them : they are still "new").

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Very handsome watches! I tend to try and avoid having watches I don't wear but they certainly are quite the set of lookers. I quite fancy the first and last ones. The two-tone and romans of the first are things you don't really see in modern Seikos especially with that dressy handset, it's definitely unique.
 
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