The world's first fully automatic analogue Depth Sensor,
This is choice for the spec-ops, Navy Seal, UDT, SAS and Australian Divers. Approximately over 20 years, these watches earned them the right to be used by armies such as Czech, Polish, French Navy , German Federal, some Nordic countries, SAS and Australian Divers and also by the US Navy ( SEAL , underwater demolition team , frogman).
Introducing The Seiko Scuba Diving Watch With Auto Start Depth Sensor.Stainless Steel.7K52 Cal.With Date.Limited ModelModel # :SLD005P1 7K52-6A19 . Movement/Technical Functions : Seiko 7K52 Quartz - Auto Start depth Sensor Cal.Fully Fuctioning.Keeping Accurate Time With All The Functions Working Fine like New. Glass Top : Glareproof Sapphire Crystal - In Flawless Condition Without any Scratch. Bezel : Rotatable .Stainless Steel -In good working & cosmetic condition . Diameter : 46mm . -without crown. Thickness : 17mm Water Resistance : 200M Dial : Original Seiko Scuba Diver watch dial.Marked Seko Scuba Diver.Auto Start Depth Sensor. Absolutely Clean & Sharp With Clear Visibility of Telling Time.Japan Made.Luminous For Hour & Minute Hands & Dotted Indexes still glow in the dark EXTREMELY EXTREMELY EXTREMELY brightly. Crown : Original Seiko Diver Watch Crown+Push Buttons.In Great Condition & Works Fine Like New.Screw Down Crown Locked Tightly. Wrist Bracelet :1) 100% Authentic Seiko Scuba Diving Solid Steel Bracelet. Few very light scratches. Almost Like Brand New-Full Length As New.
Backcase : Signed Seiko Scuba Diver 200m.Sapphire Crystal.7k52-6A19.Stainless Steel.Auto Start Depth Sensor 04xx60.Very light scratches due to normal wear & they could be buffed off easily.THE HISTORY OF THIS WATCH IS UNKNOWN. I HAVE OWNED IT FOR THE LAST 3 YEARS AND HAVE ONLY WORN IT ONCE. I DID NOT OWN IT FROM NEW.
EVERYTHING WORKS THAT I CAN SEE. THE WATCH COMES AS YOU SEE IT, I DON'T HAVE THE PAPERWORK OR ORIGINAL BOX AS I GOT IT AS A GIFT UNFORTUNATELY.
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