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  1. Thanks for the encouragement to "have a go". Progress so far: Old case and strap swapped out for a scruffy original 8800(?) and old 20 year old spare. Much more comfortable to wear and the case back screws up tight. Now just need to sort out the dial after some practice removing/fitting hands...
  2. First off thanks to Roy from RLT for confirming that my treasured Christmas Present is indeed cobbled together from parts! See my Introductory post Here for pictures I am looking for some advice on what is sensible and/or possible to do with it ( if possible using more genuine parts). Here are my thoughts so far: Things I like about the watch Its Automatic I don't mind the appearance of the dial and hands It keeps pretty good time Things I Do Not like The Strap is horrible ( very uncomfortable and looks like it came out of a Christmas cracker)
  3. I love the word mishmosh - never heard it before. Learning something new every day. And thanks for confirming my suspicions.
  4. Hello Everyone This Christmas I got a very interesting gift. A Seiko 6309-5820 - pictures below. I could tell something wasn't quite right with it. The case back didn't fit very well and the date clicks over at 10 o'clock rather than 12. So I went online to see if I could find any information.... And ended up here! So much information. After reading a few topics I asked the gift giver if they got it from India via Ebay - Answer "Yes". I seems to keep pretty good time - loses less than 30 seconds in 24 hours - so my mission now is to "sort it out". ( I am assuming th
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