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WRUW 18/12/21 - for me a Saturday Seiko Sortie up the Nung River with Captain Willard


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Seiko G757-4010

This early (1980s) Seiko LCD is a lovely timepiece that features a stopwatch, countdown timer, dual time display, backlight and alarm. In normal timekeeping mode the seconds are counted by the markers in the top left hand screen, while in stopwatch mode, they chase round the screen once a second. 12/24hr display formats can be selected. In dual timekeeping mode, a set of three digital hands replace the seconds markers. A slightly later ‘sports’ model (G757-5020) appeared in the James Bond film ‘Octopussy’ worn by Roger Moore, the only real difference being that his had a black horse shoe shaped bezel rather than the square one of mine… Oh, and Q built a tracker into his, other than that, the modules are identical.

Seen here in normal time keeping mode, 24hr display.


Seen here in dual time mode, 12hr display. (Older pic so not correct date)

Seiko G757-4010

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