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    Todos los Seiko 5 vintage los tiene este señor

    Desde TZ el gran Kohei@Tz nos muestra su increible serie de Seiko 5 Sports que tiene.

    Sobran las palabras...a disfrutar amigos.


    5126-6030, one of the first 5 sports series.



    5126-6010, usually 5 sports has these inner rotating bezel, glass crystal and 70m water proof ratings.



    5126-8100, i like the way lumi was "aged" on this one.



    6126-6030, colorful dial...



    So who said B&R had first square+round casing ;-)



    5126-8130 again with other color combo.



    Now the 6106 calibered 5 sports, 61xx caliber was also used as base movement for the automatic chronograpghs.

    6106-6040.



    6106-8569, some export only version doesn't have 5 sports scription on them.



    6106-6399...very funky, and i like it.



    6106-8100, it almost regular 5 or diver's, but 70m WP rating suggested it's a 5 sports variant.



    Now the 6119 caliber, i think i have a lot on this kind, here's 6119-8460, almost carry over design from the model above.



    6119-7083, the cylinder shaped indexes are filled with full of lumi material.



    6119-7160.



    Orange dialed 6119-6400.



    Same 6119-6400 with brown dial, i'm looking for green one, if someone has it, email me ;-)



    6119-7160 with cylinder index again, but yellow dialed version.



    Square shaped case agin on this 6119-6053.



    Same 6119-6053 ref. number, dial color variation.



    Now this one has outer rotating bezel,6119-8121.



    6119-8121 again with silver blue dial.



    Checkered bezel, 6119-7123.



    6119-7120, has different index.



    Funky lime green dialed 6119-8400.



    I think i like this blue one better,6119-8450.



    Smaller cased, but has inner rotating bezel,6119-6023.



    Same 6119-6023, dial variation again.



    I couldn't read case number on this 6119 because someone engraved his inicials, but very unusual Arabic numeraled 6119.



    Now the 6306 calibered kind, these were only sold outside of the domestic market.

    6306-836A.



    6306-836A with black chapter ring, i'm not sure second hand is original.



    Now the 6309.

    6309-836A, almost same as 6306 above, but has pepsi bezel.



    6309-548A, again these were only find outside of Japan.



    I only have one 6319 example, 6319-8070.



    Side by side with 6119, different case diameter, and shape of the hands but same concept...



    Now the 7xxx calibered kinds, this is the 7006-8030.



    7009-8570.



    7009-8570 with black dial, amature re-lumi job on this one.




    7019-6030, looks like a 5126 older model...



    Here's Arabic numeral dial again,7019-6040, pretty rare on the 5 sports i think.



    7019-6020, i like this one a lot.



    Back in 1997, Seiko re-issued some 5 sports with newer 7S36 movement which they are still using today.

    Here's a 7S36-0110, the cylinder indexes are now filled with luminova (Seiko call them Lumibright).



    I think this 6119 were used as a model.



    7S36-0050.



    Again similer model was chosen to be reproduced.


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    up up up flipad...
    un consejo, pocos y buenos.

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    me he quedado sin palabras , no vi el post en su día pero al subirlo....


    joer........ que pedazo de cole


    este tiene colección de cronos seiko vintage ??

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    lumber ... esto es insultante ...
    Para conocer la hora no es necesario un reloj; para disfrutar con ella, es indispensable.





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    vaya colección y sobretodo qué estilo personalidad y variedad tenían estos seikos setenteros , cuanto lo echo a faltar en las colecciones de hoy en día...

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    Que colección,me encantan todos esos modelos pero encuentro mas dificil de encontrar los 5 vintage que los cronos,no se porqué pero en mi país es así,quizas no hayan llegado al mercado nacional,alguien me puede decir de que época datan los primeros?
    Si se fijan es impresionante la similitud de la caja del 6119-8070 con el 6139-8002,hasta el mismo armys creo.
    Genial post,muchas gracias.

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    que bonita coleccion!!!! sin palabras para describir esta magnifica coleccion..

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    ESTUPENDA muy variada ..............no se que mas decir es es es para

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    Subido el hilo..acojonante,no lo vi en su momento.
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