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SOLD Military Issued Pulsar G10 watch from 2004 with Seiko movement $220 USD

  1. omegaswisst Nov 29, 2023

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    The Pulsar G10 was issued by the British Military of Defence between 1999 and 2019 with this one from 2004.

    This is a genuine field watch displaying the military serial number and reference codes on the case back.

    The Pulsar G10 is a great entry point into the field of military issued watches.

    Asking $220USD/200EURO/174GBP/
    $330AUD. Bank transfer.
    Payment in crypto also available. Bitcoin/Ethereum/XRP.
    Worldwide shipping included in price.
    Watch and I are located in Australia.

    If you need more pictures or information please let me know.

    Case:
    Stainless steel sandblasted case (to reduce reflections) with some fine scratches and dents over surface.
    Width 36.6mm (without crown), lug to lug 41.5mm, thickness 7.6mm, lugs are 20mm with slightly bent fixed spring bars.

    Case back:
    Case back serial number indicates it was issued in 2004.
    Shows wear from where strap has rubbed against surface.

    A quick summary of case back markings:

    6645- indicates it's an instrument and laboratory equipment item and more specifically a time measuring instrument.

    99- indicates it's issued by Great Britain

    6052627- is the item number given as per manufacturing contract

    P18850/04- is the serial number indicating issued in 2004

    Dial and Hands:
    In good condition with Luminova lume which still glows in the dark for a short time.

    Movement:
    The Seiko 7N32C movement (one jewel) is keeping good time and quickset date working correctly.
    Battery may need changing in near future.

    Crystal:
    It appears it may still have original crystal which has numerous scratches across the surface but still very legible.

    Strap:
    Will come with a used Nato strap which has been converted to a single pass strap and shortened for my wrist size which is 6.5 inches.

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  2. Omegafanman Nov 30, 2023

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    A very cost effective way to get an issued military watch which has a great pedigree, including RAF pilots who used them as well.
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  3. omegaswisst Dec 3, 2023

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