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Thoughts On My 7A28-703A

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Just thought I'd share a few pics of my 7A28-703A, I love the 80's feel (being myself born in the eighties) of these, and of course the 15 jewel movement. Anyway it's not a 'minter', got the odd dink here and there (I like a bit of wabi) but overall not bad for something that's nearly as old as myself.

I know there's a lot of love for the 7A28+7A38's here and quite rightly so...

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Any comments good or bad appreciated.

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It looks great great colour combo I'm a sucker for blue dials and orange hands.

I had a gold one and I wish I kept it, look after it and enjoy a great find.

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It looks great great colour combo I'm a sucker for blue dials and orange hands.

I had a gold one and I wish I kept it, look after it and enjoy a great find.

WHAT A GREAT SEIKO TOP MARKS!!!.

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I know there's a lot of love for the 7A28+7A38's here and quite rightly so...

Very nice. :thumbsup: I've often been tempted by the 7A28-703x's - particularly the black-faced 7A38-7039. :unsure:

There's a similar-looking, but Black/White 'panda' version of your watch, a JDM model - the 7A28-7100:

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If only they had a Day / Date window in that three o'clock sub-dial. :whistle:

Edited by SEIKO7A38Fan

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If only they had a Day / Date window in that three o'clock sub-dial. :whistle:

Like a ,erm, 7A38 by any chance :D

I like the look of the 'panda' style 7a28-7100, thanks for that, take it they're rarer than a rare thing then?

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If only they had a Day / Date window in that three o'clock sub-dial. :whistle:

Like a ,erm, 7A38 by any chance :D

:grin: :thumbsup:

I like the look of the 'panda' style 7a28-7100, thanks for that, take it they're rarer than a rare thing then?

They were a JDM (Japan Domestic Market) model - not for export - hence the different CHRONOGRAPH script.

They turn up on eBay occasionally - usually in the Philippines, which often means they've been messed with. :fear:

If you want a half-decent unmolested example, Yahoo Japan Auctions is really the best place to look for one. :wink:

Edited by SEIKO7A38Fan

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They were a JDM (Japan Domestic Market) model - not for export - hence the different CHRONOGRAPH script.

They turn up on eBay occasionally - usually in the Philippines, which often means they've been messed with. :fear:

If you want a half-decent unmolested example, Yahoo Japan Auctions is really the best place to look for one. :wink:

Yes i'm a bit of a sucker for the JDM stuff.!

How easy is it to purchase off the yahoo japan auctions..?

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How easy is it to purchase off the yahoo japan auctions..?

Relatively so. :lookaround: There are various third party agents: SMJ (Shopping Mall Japan); Rinkya, etc..

Those two are the biggest, but more expensive. I'd recommend using Japamart.com personally. :thumbsup:

Edited by SEIKO7A38Fan

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A very nice 7A28; the colours are great!

But why did you replace the metal bracelet by a leather strap?

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Just thought I'd share a few pics of my 7A28-703A, I love the 80's feel (being myself born in the eighties) of these, and of course the 15 jewel movement. Anyway it's not a 'minter', got the odd dink here and there (I like a bit of wabi) but overall not bad for something that's nearly as old as myself.

I know there's a lot of love for the 7A28+7A38's here and quite rightly so...

Have you seen the allegedly NOS 7A28-703A which was listed on eBay in the States yesterday ? :eek:

Item # 170757019567 - the asking price a cool $850 (£546.94) ! :shocking:

VERY RARE NEW OLD STOCK VINTAGE SEIKO PEPSI CHRONOGRAPH REF#7A28-703A

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VERY HARD TO FIND SEIKO CHRONOGRAPH REF#7A28-703A

COLLECTOR ITEM MINT CONDITION AS "NEW OLD STOCK"

ST.STEEL CASE AND BRACELET

SEIKO MOVEMENT MADE IN JAPAN

THE CRYSTAL IS FLAWLESS

WORKING AS NEW WITH ALL THE FUNCTIONS

VERY LONG BRACELET WILL FIT SIZE 8.5

THE WATCH LOOK VERY CLEAN NEVER POLISH BUT DO HAVE SOME MARKES FROM AGE

Fortunately the seller won't ship internationally. :rolleyes:

Edited by SEIKO7A38

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Just thought I'd share a few pics of my 7A28-703A, I love the 80's feel (being myself born in the eighties) of these, and of course the 15 jewel movement. Anyway it's not a 'minter', got the odd dink here and there (I like a bit of wabi) but overall not bad for something that's nearly as old as myself.

I know there's a lot of love for the 7A28+7A38's here and quite rightly so...

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Any comments good or bad appreciated.

Great looking watch. I love the contrast with the colours. Do you intend to actually wear it or just keep it in a box and bring it out occasionally to admire it ? I bought one of these a while back but not in anywhere near as good condition as yours. Stupidly I bought it in a hurry and didn't realise until it arrived that it had no day'date display. I had no trouble selling it on though and recently bought myself the 7A38 with day/date. These are great watches. You even got yours on a decent looking bracelet. Mine arrived on a bracelet off a totally different make of watch. Wear it in good health and have a great 2012. :partytime:

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