Seiko 7Txx (and other) Age of Discovery reference website

Where to post about 7T32s, 7T59s or other Seiko 7Txx quartz chrono's
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Seiko 7Txx (and other) Age of Discovery reference website

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While composing and editing a post in another thread I'm currently writing about the 7A36 Surf Timer variants, out of curiosity I googled the dial part number 7A20X914 (which erroneously appeared in a search result on Seiko Oceania's database). It only returned two results: one was my old post on the UK RLT watch forum, dating back to June 2011:
Of further interest to me is the top line: 7A36-7A10. Totally different product code SEJ027 and 7A20X914 dial. Hmmm.
The other was this absolutely superb website dedicated to Seiko's Age of Discovery series: http://aod.oldboys.at/

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Here's screenshots of most of the quartz chronograph sections, that may be of interest to some readers:

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Re: Seiko 7Txx (and other) Age of Discovery reference website

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Seiko7A38 wrote: Thu Jul 08, 2021 10:38 am.... incongruous sales code of SEJ027, completely different dial code 7A20X914 (compared to the other 7A36 Surf Timers' 700L prefixed dials) and other missing data fields points to it having been a keying input error (viz. 7T36).
That errant '7A36' dial code 7A20X914 on Seiko Oceania's database evidently belongs to the 7T36-7A10 SEJ027J. :idea:

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