Seiko Caliber 7S26
|Vibrations Per Hour
|Shock System||Seiko Diashock|
|Magnetic Resistance||4,800 A/m (60 gauss)|
|Diameter||12”’ / 27mm|
|Functions||Hours, minutes, central seconds, day/date calendar|
|Country of Manufacture||Japan/Malaysia|
||Seiko Scuba Diver’s (add more in the comments below)|
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The Seiko caliber 7S26 is an automatic movement used in many popular Seiko divers and the entry level Seiko 5 watches. This movement was first released to the market in 1996. Seiko dive watches, such as the Orange Monster, have since been upgraded to the caliber NH35, making Seiko collectors happy because the 7S26 seen here does not hack and is not hand-windable – two functions that have become more and more popular.
Other movements in this series:
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Example of a Seiko caliber 7S26C: