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Purchased a Seiko diver watch and am going to TRY and post a pic.

I'm a mechanic, not a computer tech. So here we'll try.....

Don't mind the arm. I'm also not a photographer.
 

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Nice watch.

There was a guy selling one on the old forum, but he never got back to me on it. I'd have bought it.

Still have my eyes peeled, though.

I've seen descriptions of that watch that say the case is 40mm, and others saying that it's 43mm. Can you confirm?
 

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Just measured it. 43.8 mm the entire case, not including the vent, stem, etc. 40.4 mm the bezel only.

Don't understand the question, "mile marker".

I also have a Seiko that I bought while in Southeast Asia in 1968. It too is a diver watch, automatic. I just sent it to the local watch repair guy to have it gone through. I'll get a pic of it when I get it back.


Hope that helps.
 

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wow...it looks great on you dave!!
You took a great shot that I did. hahaha.
 

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Is that just a crown protector, or some kind of measuring gadget? Do you have a model number? I like the looks of it.
 

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The model # SKZ209K1. The crown moves clockwise and counter clockwise. Has N,S,E and W on it. There is a knob on top of the vent, left side, that turns the inner scale. 1/50000 map meter ??
 
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