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    Blue at the beach :)

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    1945 Elgin for today

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    Seiko Coutura solar Chronograph

    Lum-Tec Combat B41 24 hrs has night duty.
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    Triumph Automatic, Miyota 8215
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    Seiko 5 "Spacewalk", aka Unicorn
    SSA165J1, 4R37A, July 2013
    50th Anniversary unnumbered LE

    Seiko created their "Spring Drive Spacewalk" chronograph in 2008 for Richard Garriott when he paid the Russians a king's ransom for a trip to the International Space Station. Only six were made. Garriott's was auctioned a year later for $45,600 (who knows where the other five are). For us mere mortals, Seiko made the unnumbered limited edition Seiko 5 Spacewalk in 2013, in homage to Garriott's, during their 1963-2013 50th Anniversary celebration of the Seiko 5 line. Neither a chronograph, nor a Spring Drive, it has Seiko's mechanical 4R37 inside. Mechanical Seiko 5 watches have been made continuously since their introduction in 1963. Movements have changed several times over the years with the latest being the 4R35 family replacing the very long running 7S26 family. Was lucky to snag this when they came out as they disappeared quickly. This one was made in July 2013. Month and year of manufacture is part of the serial number.


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