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Arrived from Seiya last week. It's a great watch.
I have been wearing my Professional 600M since 1982. I bought it in Iceland when I was stationed there. Still wearing it today. I found this site looking for a minor repair. One of our members posted a link to IWM "Jack". I sent him an email and hope to hear from him. My only problem is the bezel rubber gasket is broken. I hope he can fix. Here are some pictures.
I hope to keep wearing this for another 50 years.
Watch looks likes it's in excellent condition considering you've been wearing it, I assume, as a daily wearer.
There appears to be gunk build up underneath the bezel.
You might want to send it in for a check up. I've heard nothing but overwhelming positive feedback about Jack. Even though your Tuna's in working order now, he'll probably have the gaskets replaced and give the watch a good look over to see if everything's in order.
In any case, I'm impressed that your piece has stood the test of time. The Tunas truly are built to be used for a long, long time.
Thank you for sharing!
OT- Jack at IWW is stellar, he has done work on my MM300, Sumo, and SKX007. He is very fimular with Seiko. Tell Jack to do a once over and then provide his direction. He will lead you in the right direction.
BTW- Amazing Tuna! I can't believe the condition considering how long you have had it, wear it well.
Here is my Golden Tuna (the best watch ever created)
The one and only, in Bosnia!
Last edited by HADžI DALIBOR; November 29th, 2012 at 21:20.
Just took delivery of my SBBN015 today.
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