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Crystal: sapphire glass
Dial Width: 35 mm
Dial Height: 35 mm
|Movement: 21 jewels automatic
Case: stainless steel
Case Width: 47 mm without crown
Case Height: 42 mm with lugs
Serial Number on Movement : MIYOTA 8215
Serial Number on Back : SF-M1B / 02-S288
Strap: silicone / rubber
Strap Width: 28 mm
Strap Length: 7 in (measures up to 8.5 in with case )
This watch is described as 100% All Original though its silicone / rubber strap is new. Straps deteriorate over time, it is bound to be replaced & is not considered a permanent part of any timepiece. In the case of preowned watches, replacing the strap is sometimes necessary to restore its beauty & purpose.
This watch keeps good time & is in good working condition! Add this to your collection of vintage quality timepieces!
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EXTERNAL CONDITION: This watch is in *EXCELLENT condition (88-92%): Evidence of use is visible to the unaided eye. Scratches are light, but more numerous than "near mint".
INTERNAL CONDITION: This watch is in *NEAR MINT condition (93-97%): working perfectly, keeping good time & needs nothing.
*condition descriptives mainly based on the Timezone Grading System
stainless steel case
Notes on the BEZEL: superficial marks/scratches
Layered Dial features panels with curved & linear engraved patterns. It's also fitted with screws & an ornamental horse saddle tack
GOOD-TO-KNOW: The jump hour or digital direct read was invented in 1883 by engineer Josef Pallweber, where numbers align & are viewed through a porthole to tell time. Its first appearance was in the form of spinning reels (similar to slot machines), it was later converted into spinning discs by fashion designer Prince Francois de Baschmakoff in the 1970s.
painted black SEVEN-FRIDAY name logo at 3 o'clock
painted black linear & numeric grid
painted red markers
original SEVEN-FRIDAY Antique-style stainless steel crown, modeled after a horse saddle tack
original SEVEN-FRIDAY sapphire glass crystal
original SEVEN-FRIDAY polished natural horn case trim
Notes on the CASE TRIM: superficial marks/scratches
Notes on the CASE: a gash along the edge next to the upper left lug
original SEVEN-FRIDAY aged stainless steel engraved clasp
NEW white silicone / rubber strap
Strap Length: 7 in (measures up to 8.5 in with case)
Notes on the Strap: This watch is described as 100% All Original though its silicone / rubber strap is new. Straps deteriorate over time, it is bound to be replaced & is not considered a permanent part of any timepiece. In the case of preowned watches, replacing the strap is sometimes necessary to restore its beauty & purpose.
stainless steel case back engraved with "SEVEN-FRIDAY", "EL CHARRO", "LIMITED TO 450 UNITS", "3 ATM", "DESIGN & CONCEPT FROM OUR HEADQUARTERS", "SEVENFRIDAY.COM", "CONSTRUCTION HK & CHINA", "ENGINE FROM JAPAN" & serial numbers
exclusive SEVEN-FRIDAY NFC chip with gun & cactus insignia embedded onto case back
Japan-made SEVEN-FRIDAY 21 jewels automatic movement - tested by our skilled technician