SOLD: Seiko 5 SNZH57 "Black Bay" (seeking seiko modders)Posted by Guzmannosaurus in forums.watchuseek.com
For sale Seiko 5 SNZH57 with Dagaz Tudor Black Bay mods.
I had this modded over a year ago and all was well when I received it. After I didn't wear it for a while, when I went to wind it and set the time I noticed that the hands were slightly misaligned (see pics) and after leaving it on my watch winder it didn't hold a charge. From what I can tell, the rotor appears "tight" or "stiff" and thus it barely winds.
I'm no modder so I'm putting this up for sale specifically targeting you Seiko modders out there - perhaps you can use it as parts or fix it and keep it or re-flip it. The watch is in good shape, no scratches on the crystal and the only case scratches are on the back near the lugs due to strap changes
In terms of price, I just want to recoup the cost of the dagaz parts which include the red bezel, dial, and snowflake handset.
Movement Seiko Automatic Caliber 7S36
Crystal Double Mineral Hardlex
Current retail $130
Asking $100 (includes 2day shipping)
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|05/23/2017||FS: Seiko 5 SNZH57 "Black Bay" (seeking seiko modders)||$130|
|05/23/2017||SOLD: Seiko 5 SNZH57 "Black Bay" (seeking seiko modders)||$130|
|Username:||Guzmannosaurus||Location:||Rochester MN USA|
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|Country of Origin:||Japan|
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