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Seiko 5 Automatic Watch - 6119-7103

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Seiko 5 Automatic Watch - 6119-7103
Name 6119-7103
Style Vintage
Style Dress
Gender Men's
Movement 6119
Diameter 36mm
Thickness 11mm
Shape Cushion
Material Stainless Steel
Case Code 7103
Water Resistance 30 Meter
Crown Position 04:00
Minute Hand Yes
Second Hand Yes
Day Yes
Date Yes
Band Size 18mm
Band Color Silver
Band Replaceable Yes
Bezel Color Silver
Crystal Material Hardlex
HourMarks Bars
Brand Seiko

The Caliber 6119 was one of Seiko's most successful movements. It was first created in the 1960s and was produced in three different versions: the 6119A, 6119B and 6119C - 6119A being the oldest. Caliber 6119A can easily be identified by the two screws, which hold the rotor. The later calibers 6119B and 6119C hold the rotor only with a thick center screw.

As all Seiko movements, this one is constructed for reliability and durability. Its Diashock shock protection guarantees enough resistance against shocks, and its ball-bearing rotor with excenter gives enough and reliably power and even works after more than twenty years without service as smooth as on the first day. This movement, which uses 21 jewels, features the familiar five functions: hour, minute, center second and day and weekday with fast correction mechanism. The weekday (only available in one language) can be advanced by setting the time forth and back a few hours, and the day indication can be advanced by pressing the crown. The crown has got only two positions, where in the first position, it is function-less, thus meaning, that the watch cannot be hand wound.

Item created by: Lethe on 2015-08-10 17:29:10

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