Model: Seiko Automatic Diver Reference Number: 7025-8099 Serial: 792745 Date: September 1977 Box & Papers: Genuine Seiko Box, no papers Serviced: April 2019
Case Size: 39mm including recessed crown. Lug to Lug: 44mm
Functions: All functions operate correctly. Case Condition: Excellent, crisp case lines, small marks commensurate with age. Very lightly rebrushed and buffed during service 2019. Crystal Condition: Original, excellent. A couple of small marks. Dial/hands: Original, near mint. Lume has aged nicely. Rotating bezel: Original, excellent. Bezel rotates smoothly. Small marks to insert. Bracelet/Strap: Original, excellent. Small marks and scratches commensurate with age. Lightly rebrushed during service 2019.
The watch fits a wrist of up to just under 7.5 inches with 1 link attached. No further links supplied. Micro-adjustment on clasp to make smaller.
From the ultra reliable cal. 7025 movement, to the angular yet elegant case styling the 7025-8099 truly is one of Seiko's greatest watches from the 1970s. Nicknamed the 'Poor Man's 62MAS' due to dial and hand similarities with the original Seiko Diver, the Seiko 7025-8099 is by no means a poor man's version!
This particular example is in incredible, museum grade condition, and likely to be one of the best remaining examples- the pictures really don't give it the justice it deserves. Having just been fully serviced, the watch is running great and is ready to go straight in to your collection. Values on vintage Seiko's, especially divers, have been increasing year on year and are showing no sign of slowing up. In this condition this watch offers fantastic investment potential.