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Under the Sea

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Dan found this pitted Seiko at the bottom of the ocean while diving. He hasn’t fired it up yet, but looks like the mineral crystal got quite a beating from Nemo.

Close up… [Seiko & Citizen Forum]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Hello,
    Were you able to find somoeone to fix your “under the sea” seiko watch? I have one that I’ve had for about 20 years, it quit working, and I took it to a watch repair shop thinking the battery needed changing. The man told me it was “unfixable” because it had been in salt water at some point and had ruined it. I want to get it repaired, is there someone you know that can repair this old seiko?

    Sincerely,
    Karen with a broken heart because of her broken watch

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