Dating seiko watches calculator
" We hear that a lot here at Watch Sleuth so we built this page to help you figure it out. If you don't know how to find these numbers on your watch please read our instructions below. We encourage people to send us additions and corrections.The page includes a calculator along with instructions and example images to help you find the movement caliber, case code and serial number on the back of your watch. Most Seikos have a "retail" model number that is displayed in the store but not written anywhere on the watch.Hi Gang, I spent a few hours rewriting my old code for the Seiko Watch Production Date Calculator, and I think it is slightly better than the original.You just have to type in your movement number, the serial number, and my program will print out the production month and year.Flip the little lever above the display, raise the telescopic antenna and speak or play music into the little microphone and the TM-100 will broadcast the audio to nearby radios!A tiny tuning knob allows you to calibrate the preferred frequency on the FM band (specifically, the Japanese FM band which is 76-90MHz and a portion of the US FM band, 87.5-108MHz).
My plan is to add a similar CGI that will let SCWF members upload serial numbers and purchase decades for watches that are NOT in my list, and then crunch the numbers to get start dates for movements not on my list.
We have never seen it advertised and it is a relatively uncommon watch.
The transmitter feature was never included in any other model. Make: Casio Year of Manufacture: 1987 Model Number: TM-100 Module Number: 661 Our friend akitaishi posted a couple of very cool videos of his Casio TM-100 in action!
Watches made prior to the 1990s will be metal, while all watches made afterward are plastic.
However, you must be careful when determining this, because metal date and time plates sometimes signify a counterfeit watch.
We know of a few gadgets sold in Japan (the birthplace of karaoke! Witness a most interesting marriage of technologies: the source is an i Pod with digital audio files, playing into the Casio TM-100 and broadcast over FM into a classic ’80s boombox.