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    Re: Show your 70's beauties.

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Size:  454.6 KBI got this on Friday, timed with my 6 week old Seiko 5 SNKK79 and they are only 4 seconds apart when I checked them about an hours ago. Is that good for a Timex or bad for a Seiko??

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    Just a few more for variety; Lord Elgin UFO, Fujitime Auto, Jules Jurgensen (neat A.S. movement)

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    1971 Tissot T12 super compressor, uses the 784-2 auto movement.
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    Finally got the Russian Military band I ordered for my Timex diver.

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    A fairly odd 70s couple for me. I am actually picking up the Tudor from a 4-month service tomorrow and I can't wait :)

    1978 Seiko Silverwave Z Quartz


    Early 70's Tudor Prince Oysterdate



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    Seiko bullhead'76


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    Yema Flygraf 7736 - What other decade could this model have come from!?

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    Just bought this funky 1971 Seiko "Green Alien" from a roadside junk shop for $3.

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    Re: Show your 70's beauties.

    Excalibur Electronic 28800 circa 1970





    Within this watch is an ESA Dynatron electric movement. The ESA electric movements from this period fall under the Swissonic branding and where sold to many watch companies. Excalibur was a British assembler and this watch houses an ESA 9154 that offered 28800 BPH as proudly proclaimed on the dial. The Swisssonics are the first movements with transistor and balance wheel. This was almost the last hurrah for electrics and by the mid 70's they had been usurped by quartz.

    Design wise it is very typical of the era with big case design and bold dial colour.



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    both from 1971
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    seiko 6138 8020

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