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Does anyone know the history of this watch?

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So i was looking a very long time for this watch and finally got it, It’s a Seiko Olympic 7T42-7A50. I couldn’t really find any information on the internet for this particular Model. F1102-DA9-7353-41-F4-AF8-A-CA401-C724-DE

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Probably early 1990's chronograph, alarm countdown timer, if you have the serial number on the back we should be able to give you a reasonably accurate date.

7T42 movement difficult to get repaired so runners are becoming less common

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It looks like the SDX040J , these was made to commemorate the 92 summer Olympics in Barcelona . That one seems to be in great condition .:thumbsup:

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15 hours ago, MotoRunner said:

So i was looking a very long time for this watch and finally got it, It’s a Seiko Olympic 7T42-7A50. I couldn’t really find any information on the internet for this particular Model. 

I put "Seiko Olympic 7T42-7A50." into Google and got quite a few hits. As mentioned above, it was to commemorate the 92 Olympics in Barcelona and from listing on ebay, it seems there were a few dial colours made. 

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A rare watch and a rare movement now in working order. Nice find. 

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40 minutes ago, MotoRunner said:

the serial number it does have one at the back of the watch "190185"

Dates to September 1991 .:thumbsup:

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