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  1. AndyZ

    AndyZ Nov 30, 2017

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    I was planning on purchasing a Seiko SARB033 as my first watch, but this Constellation has caught my eye. Are there any obvious issues? Is that case back original?

    I have not seen an abundance of Constellations with that particular watch face. The location of "quartz" immediately underneath the Omega seems uncommon. Is it legitimate?

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  2. Martinibianco

    Martinibianco Nov 30, 2017

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  3. GuiltyBoomerang

    GuiltyBoomerang Nov 30, 2017

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    If this is from South Korea it is highly likely a redial.

    And far be it from me to inquire, why go for quartz when a mechanical can be had and will provide more pleasure?
     
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  4. mondodec

    mondodec Editor Constellation Collectors Blog Nov 30, 2017

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    It's genuine and from the mid-late 70's. Not a cheap watch at the time, because Quartz was 'de rigeur'. Case width is small at 32mm
     
  5. Foo2rama

    Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Nov 30, 2017

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    There is a shop in LOs Angeles with those dials also. This is not one of them.
     
  6. habrisbane

    habrisbane Dec 1, 2017

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    I wuold pass it.