I hope everyone is having a good summer. I guess mine’s been busy as it’s been awhile since we’ve gotten a GMT+9 entry posted. To get things going, I’ve got the latest watchlist here chock full of interesting watches. Pictured above is a 7K52 Scubamaster dive watch in great shape. It sold for 41,500 yen.
This is a very unusual Seiko Spirit with a 7F movement. Only sold for 1300 yen.
Nice classy Goldfeather 15,600 yen
I thought this Roland Garros (French Open Tennis Tournament) pin was funny. 900 yen
One of my favorite Seikos. The 8T23. I actually don’t have this particular version, but I wish I did. 45,500 yen.
No, you don’t need to adjust the color on your screen. The technicolor dial on this SBBC037 is legit. 14,100 yen These came in other similarily vivid dial colors.
I always like watching these. This is Citizen’s (and maybe the worlds) first RC wristwatch. So ugly, you have to love it. Very collectible too. 115,500 yen.
Fun Alba Chronograph with a Seiko 7A28 Alien look. 8,450 yen.
We’ve seen special edition watches to commemorate athletes, explorers, events etc, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one for a Ballet Dancer. This Tetsuya Kumakawa Credor sold for 152,000 yen.
Super cool Seiko Railroad style pocket watch. This is a cool one. 17,300 yen.
This Takuya Yura 7T62 Speedmaster Bullhead sold for 44,900 yen.
Very unusual PVD finish on this Actus. It did not hit its 30,000 opening bid. I like this one.
Check out the case finishing on this King Quartz. Very crisp…you don’t often see them this clean. I think it’s original, but that said, the selling price was low. 5900 yen
Tomony watches are Seikos that are designed for kids. They are usually pretty simple. This one is much more serious than the usual Tomonys that you see. It was bid up to 24,456 yen.
One of the most collectible 7A series watches. 70,500 yen.
Here is a 300M 8L35 Historical Marinemaster. 241,000 yen.
This Tokunaga watch is sometimes called the “Spacemaster”. The story is that it’s 31 day chronograph could specifically be used to time missions to the Space Station. The watch contains a 6M23 movement. These are great finds. 100,999 yen.
Great colors on this Seiko “Timekeeper”. I’m not sure about the movement or functions on it. 3200 yen.
Here’s a clean Seiko ANA. I’ve got a relative of this watch with a Seiko 8F movement that I’ve been meaning to write about. This ANA sold for 29,500 yen.
Lets move to eBay and look at some dive computers. First up is a Seiko Prospex NX. It didn’t meet reserve at 637.78.
Casio made a whole series of DEP XXX watches over a pretty long time period. First up is a DEP-510 which sold for $151.00 and then there is a DEP-600 which sold for 129.99. These are well built watches.
$120.00 for this Seiko SUS Milstyle kinetic.
Hardcore G-Shock collectors won’t even blink at the $1,136.11 price of this exceedingly rare DW-5800.
Pretty 9943 Seiko Grand Quartz with a box too! $222.50.
This Citizen Crystron had a second hand that could be stopped and started like a 60 second stopwatch. $97.00.
Years ago, Bill Yao did a special edition watch for the Usual Suspects Network. I think it was a pretty limited run. This one sold for $145.20.
$217.83 for an 8F32 Seiko Perpetual Calendar Landrek. These came in two sizes with black or blue dials.
Here’s the last one. I hope you’ve stuck with me! I’ve seen this unusual Solar Cell dial on another Seiko once before. While I’m familiar with this style of diver, this is the first time I’ve seen this dial in this watch. Interesting. $131.52.