Seiko SQ Quartz, 1990

This is one of my latest finds (which was free, since I am a ‘good’ customer) is a Seiko Quartz watch from 1990.  It was in pretty sorry shape when I got it:

Pretty sad looking for a watch which probably cost about $100 new, just 20 years ago!  Well, here is where Brasso and some hard work come into play!

After about 10 minutes of polishing and cleaning, then 5 minutes on the polishing wheel, this is the result.  The watch almost looks brand new now.  It also has a stainless steel case, so it is a perfect replacement for my base metal Timex beater. The case is all stainless steel with a flat crystal.

It will be a beater, but what a beater.  Super clean design for the face and hands, with Day and Date, and best of all, it is a Seiko.  I put it on a Timex expedition, leather band.

Case: 39mm, stainless steel, water resistant.
Back: Stainless Steel, screw on, Seiko serial number made August, 1990.
Crystal: Acrylic, flat.
Movement: Battery operated quartz, SQ series 5Y23, made in Japan, Seiko in house movement.
Complications: Day and Date.
Other: Leather band, aftermarket.  18mm lugs.

2 Responses to Seiko SQ Quartz, 1990

  1. Toejam jeffery burks says:

    Its very cool that im finding others who love well made timepeaces. I my self have over 2000 of them most are worthless however im proud of my winders and autos .! I only wish the ladys cocktails were worth more

  2. Toejam jeffery burks says:

    Fyi i have lots of parts for the nicer watch brands and am willing to part with them . in my collecting iv gotten so many quarts watches, which id like to sell in mass for 1doller each!! Oh and iv gotten cases bands glass pins in which i havent a clue what to do with, any ldeas?

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