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This Seiko Divers Reference is here for archive purposes. I updated this document on and off based on the Seiko & Citizen Watch Forum discussions until about 2007, but since then the information here related to Seiko divers has not changed, so many of the facts and data presented may not be up to date and should not be considered definitive. For current information about Seiko divers and access to an active Japanese watch collector's community, please visit the new Seiko & Citizen Watch Forum. Thank you for visiting! -- Kevin Chan
A Note About This Reference
This Seiko Divers Reference covers the standard 150m & 200m automatic models that Seiko has been making since 1965. It also contains some information on the "high-end" Professional Divers.
The information here is compiled from postings of folks who share their knowledge and insights with each other every day on the Seiko & Citizen Forum. Basically, everything here is a product of the collective WISdom of Seikoholics. What I've done is simply to go through the archives and compile the relevant info in one place so those who are interested in the history and folklore of Seiko divers can use this as a reference. I hope folks will find this useful. I've certainly learned a lot just by putting all the materials together.
Please feel free to share and use the information here. By all means email me if you think anything needs to be changed. And keep in mind that this is a work in progress. There may be dates that are incorrect or details that are inaccurate. So corrections, criticisms, suggestions, and feedback are always welcome and encouraged.
Enjoy your Seikos and see you at the S&C Forum!
-- Kevin Chan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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