Seiko Watches - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues
Seiko dive watch - s/n 530687 8123-7190
What battery does this watch take?
Unfortunately, the Seiko website does not have a serial number lookup, so you'll have to identify the model. The "8123-7190" is what Seiko calls the "caliber code." Entering that on the page linked below will narrow down the model number list for you. Clicking on the link for your model will give you the instructions in PDF format. The instructions for your model tell you what size battery to use. For example, the manual for the 8F32 states on page 11 that the battery size for that model is CR2412. (Note - be sure to get the correct instructions; different models have different battery sizes.) "Automatic" Divers watches have no battery, they are powered by a spring mechanism.
on Sep 28, 2018
Where do I purchase a
you can call Seiko and they will sell you a new strap, though fair warning they are not cheap. You can also if you want just any watch band not having to be the exact band , try a watch repair shop and they should be able find one that fits.
on May 11, 2018
Need to send my seiko watch in, makes noise and stopped, no. on back is 507809 is it the sn.
I had a stunning Seiko, back in the '70's. Went into a pawn shop, silver and turquoise Navajo bracelet. Cost me $50. 2 yrs later, it screeched to a halt. Sent it back and sent $25. Two years later, it happened again. Ergo, I had to re-buy my Seiko every 4 years. So I replaced it with a $10 Timex, that is Still running. Love the set, now! That was then. It seems they Still want to do all the work.... I now have a favorite jeweller, the family has been in business since the ? - 1930's? I would find someone like the Butterfield Jewelers, call and ask if they can work on your watch. (these guys are Amazing! I take my solar watch to them just to re-set it!
on Jan 04, 2018
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