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Seiko Perpetual

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NormanOdell
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Topic Starter 2 months ago
 

Hello Everyone, I trust that you are all well.

I am a armature Horologist. This is something that I have been interested with for some time, but have paid more notice to the matter since I retired. I have a Seiko Perpetual (8F32-0050) that no longer works, even with a new battery. As the watch its self is in excellent condition I was wondering if it is possible to replace the non-functioning movement with one that works. 

Your advice will be much appreciated. 

Regards

Norman Odell

 

 

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pamoh
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3 weeks ago
 

You might find a donor watch on eBay but I don’t think you can find a nos movement,  best of luck. 

 
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