If you need to get in touch with me privately, please use the form below. Your email will be kept private and will NOT be used for other purposes. I will get back to you as soon as possible when I can.
Do note that if I cannot give personal recommendations as which is the best watch for you without stating what you like in a watch and more importantly, your budget. Therefore if you want me to express my opinion please don’t ask me open ended questions. I am not a mind reader and wouldn’t know if you like divers, dress watches, orange, blue or fuchsia colored dials and the like. 🙂
If you’re enlisting my help to identify a Seiko watch that you have, please ensure that you furnish me with the following information:
1. Caliber and caseback type, in the form of XXXX-YYYY. This can be found at the back of your watch.
2. The 6-digit serial code, also located on the caseback.
3. Optional: A brief description of your watch, e.g. dial color, markings on the dial, etc.
No more Seiko production date questions, please!
Due to the large number of same, repetitive questions pertaining to watch manufacturing dates sent via this Contact Form, I apologize that I can no longer reply to “when was my Seiko watch made?” sort of questions in private.
Instead, please use the Search form on my blog to look for comments relating to your watch caliber, etc “6119”, “SKX007”, “Lassale”, “Monster”, “7548”, etc. Thank you for your kind understanding.
If you can’t find any references to your watch, please post your questions in the comment section of this article. Posting your question there also helps other readers who have the same watch as you do refer to previous comments.
Date of manufacture questions will NO longer be entertained via the Contact Form.
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