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I have 10 mint or near mint Seiko 7s26 automatic watches, some Diver's, some military, some singles, some pairs and a triple of the same reference, but with different bezels and dials. All come with boxs, papers and hangtags.

One is the famous Orange Monster on the SS bracelet. The others are a pair of Seiko's Submariner knock-off, one with a black dial and bezel and one with a pepsi bezel and blue dial. Then there's a pair that look like Omega Seamasters, once again with a black dial and a blue dial, and they have a matching pair, both in blue dials, except mid-size. Finally, there are three matching military watches with exhibition casebacks, on nylon bands, one green dialed to match the band, one khaki and one black.

The 7s26 is a non-winding, non-hacking movement known for its accuracy and robustness. The Diver's are all rated to at least 100m, and the militaries have exhibition casebacks. Some oyster bracelets, some jubilees and the famous OM SS heavy-duty bracelet with the locking clasp and the pushbuttons.

I'm looking to trad he whole lot for an Omega SMP black dial with the sword hands (non-Bond). One watch for ten, not a bad deal. I literally sized these watches when they arrived then put them away in lined boxes.

Plus $30 shipping in NA. Buyer pays PayPal fees

E-mail me at for pics and details

Thanks for looking

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