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Here's a few of my 7A38's ....

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Here's a few of my 7A38's ....

Post10 Aug 2011, 19:50

Well, 2 of the 5 similar aluminium 24-watch-carry-cases, plus a few loose ones. :oops:

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They're not all necessarily branded as Seiko, either. ;-)

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Post10 Aug 2011, 20:36

Impressive collection!

I guess the empty space top left houses the one currently being worn.

Where are the digitals? :eek:
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Post10 Aug 2011, 21:10

bucko170 wrote:Impressive collection!

Thanks - as I wrote above, that's only about 40% of it. ;-)

bucko170 wrote:I guess the empty space top left houses the one currently being worn.

Nope, it's for my 5th Yema Spationaute III - the rarer 38mm Ø blue-faced version - currently away for re-luming:

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bucko170 wrote:Where are the digitals? :eek:

In a 6th box, with the other (non-7A38) watches - besides, this forum section / thread is for 'tickers'. :-D
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Post06 Sep 2011, 22:39

I just fixed this 7A28 for a fellow enthusiast and I must say its a real techy watch. I nearly didnt send it back!

You couldnt see the watch for filth when it arrived and the buttons did not work, also has had a new crystal now put it

In the works of Ren & Stimpy - "Happy, happy, happy - Joy, joy, joy"

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