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    Help identifying these Seikos

    These do not get any wrist time. I am not sure if there is any value or what they are. Both are quartz. The gold one has a gold bracelet. Any help would be appreciated. Need to know if it is worth posting on the WTT forum. I guess I should have cleaned them up first. I have had these for some time. I would say 38-39mm?
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    Luminox Sentry Black Out
    Seiko Orange Monster
    Seiko Black Monster
    Seiko 5 automatic dress watch
    Fossil Arkitekt Chrono
    Marina Militare Power Reserve
    Parnis Portuguese Power Reserve
    Parnis Moon Phase multifunction
    Invicta Lupah Classic 9813
    Invicta Pro Diver Automatic 6023

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    Hamilton Khaki Field 42mm

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    So...no one knows what these are? They are very nice...just trying to put a value on them
    Luminox Sentry Black Out
    Seiko Orange Monster
    Seiko Black Monster
    Seiko 5 automatic dress watch
    Fossil Arkitekt Chrono
    Marina Militare Power Reserve
    Parnis Portuguese Power Reserve
    Parnis Moon Phase multifunction
    Invicta Lupah Classic 9813
    Invicta Pro Diver Automatic 6023

    WTB

    Hamilton Khaki Field 42mm

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    Quote Originally Posted by Murvman View Post
    So...no one knows what these are? They are very nice...just trying to put a value on them
    Picture of the caseback or numbers on the back would help.

    Not saying I can identify it, but others can from case numbers.
    There are worse things you could spend your money on than time...

    Next in line: Crown repair.
    Saving for: Mesh bracelet/watchadoo order/paying off car.
    Considering: Stowa Seatime Prodiver, Seiko SBDC007, Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 44 Bronze, Longines Flagship & Certina DS1 Day Date.
    Grails: Grand Seiko SBGA031, Omega Speedmaster Professional & Tudor Pelagos.

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    ok...gold one - 7N43-9048

    silver tone - 5H23-8000
    Luminox Sentry Black Out
    Seiko Orange Monster
    Seiko Black Monster
    Seiko 5 automatic dress watch
    Fossil Arkitekt Chrono
    Marina Militare Power Reserve
    Parnis Portuguese Power Reserve
    Parnis Moon Phase multifunction
    Invicta Lupah Classic 9813
    Invicta Pro Diver Automatic 6023

    WTB

    Hamilton Khaki Field 42mm

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    Quote Originally Posted by Murvman View Post
    ok...gold one - 7N43-9048

    silver tone - 5H23-8000
    Number should be six digits, or seven. Not eight. Is there another number on the caseback?

    Either way, tracked down the silver for you.

    The 5H22 is simple quartz movement for dress watches which Seiko made decades ago. Thereís also a 5H23 variant with day/date display and both calibers are long discontinued. From the looks of the design, I think yours was made on Nov 1986. During this time Seiko still made quartz watches at their Suwa factory in Japan. Your watch takes a Seiko or Maxell SR920SW or Energizer #371 silver oxide battery with a 5-year operational life. The movement has 3 jewels.
    Seiko quartz dress watches generally are not collectible and itís usual that such watches fetch less than USD100 on the used market.
    cheers,
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    How to tell when your Seiko watch was made (Part 2)

    (In the comments section.)
    There are worse things you could spend your money on than time...

    Next in line: Crown repair.
    Saving for: Mesh bracelet/watchadoo order/paying off car.
    Considering: Stowa Seatime Prodiver, Seiko SBDC007, Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 44 Bronze, Longines Flagship & Certina DS1 Day Date.
    Grails: Grand Seiko SBGA031, Omega Speedmaster Professional & Tudor Pelagos.

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    And based on information, I'd say your gold watch is somewhere in the late 90's.

    SOLD! SEIKO 7N43-9048 Flieger style w/full luminous dial - Just $30!

    One sold for 30 dollars shipped on PWMF.
    There are worse things you could spend your money on than time...

    Next in line: Crown repair.
    Saving for: Mesh bracelet/watchadoo order/paying off car.
    Considering: Stowa Seatime Prodiver, Seiko SBDC007, Steinhart Nav B-Uhr 44 Bronze, Longines Flagship & Certina DS1 Day Date.
    Grails: Grand Seiko SBGA031, Omega Speedmaster Professional & Tudor Pelagos.

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    Re: Help identifying these Seikos

    Ok...Gold one - 7N0179

    Silver - 631204? That is the only other number on the back. Thanks for your help.
    Luminox Sentry Black Out
    Seiko Orange Monster
    Seiko Black Monster
    Seiko 5 automatic dress watch
    Fossil Arkitekt Chrono
    Marina Militare Power Reserve
    Parnis Portuguese Power Reserve
    Parnis Moon Phase multifunction
    Invicta Lupah Classic 9813
    Invicta Pro Diver Automatic 6023

    WTB

    Hamilton Khaki Field 42mm

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