KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with photos

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    KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with photos

    Hi, I would like to know more about this KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels, can anyone help?

    The crown is missing but it looks a nice watch, is it worth fixing? I also hear that some of the King Seiko's are rare, is this a rare one?

    On the back;
    Stainless Steel
    N211031
    J14102E
    KS

    On the movement;
    KING SEIKO
    25 JEWels
    189860






    Thanks,
    Mat
    Last edited by mataos; December 22nd, 2010 at 19:51.

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    Re: KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with pho

    Looks similiar to this one, from 1966: Vintage Watches for Sale
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    Re: KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with pho

    How did the watch go? Did you ever fix it? If not want to sell it to me? Thanks

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    Re: KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with pho

    Hi,
    Thanks for the replies, sorry for the slow reply! I have cleaned the case and glass slightly but not removed the movement or done anything else to it yet, I may be interested in selling it but would like to try and get it fixed and keep for myself. What is it worth as it is?

    Could anyone here advise me on getting it fixed, who could do it?

    I also have a lovely condition Tissot Seastar that I would like to get working again, I dropped it on to a wooden table only from a small hight but it stopped it ticking and has not run since, I do fix simple cheaper watches myself but I wouldn't want to risk damaging these, I will create a post for the Tissot!

    Thanks
    Last edited by mataos; January 3rd, 2011 at 15:36.

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    Re: KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with pho

    Hi All, its been a while and I still have the watch! can anyone advise on where to get a stem and crown for it, I have not had much luck!

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    Re: KING SEIKO Diashock 25 Jewels - help with date, information, if worth fixing, with pho

    The obvious answer is: try Seiko! I would think that if anyone is likely to have parts, they would. The second option would be, since it's a japanese movement, to hunt around Japan for the bits. Failing that, it may well be down to a donor movement. Good luck!

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