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July 2017 DCVW & Clockwork Synergy Giveaway


For July’s Clockwork Synergy and DC Vintage Watches monthly watch and strap giveaway, we thought we would change it up a bit. 

Up for grabs in this month’s joint giveaway is a women’s early 1970’s Seiko 5 7009-6001 automatic watch, with three matched straps! 

Check out the below lookbook, and enter for a chance to call this piece your own.



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Comment why you would love this watch, tag 3 friends who love vintage watches (For every friend you tag, you will earn an additional entry into the drawing)


CONTEST ENDS 7-20-17, winners will be chosen shortly after.


Enter on more of our social media accounts to triple your chances of winning!


Good luck!


Seiko first introduced their “5” series with the Seiko Sportsmatic in 1963.  Per Seiko, its 5 series was created to be a watch whose performance would serve the demanding needs of the then 1960s generation – the watches had to have five key attributes:

  • Automatic winding;

  • Day/date displayed in a single window;

  • Water resistance;

  • Recessed crown at the 4 o’clock position;

  • Durable case and bracelet.


The final challenge, again per Seiko, for the 5 series was to create a distinctive look that defined the needs of watch buyers and defined the brand.  Owing to Seiko’s extraordinary “Magic 5,” the winding efficiency of the Seiko 5 is rather high, rendering the use of the crown rare.  Hence the recessed crown, hidden under the lip of the case at 4 o’clock, giving the Seiko 5 its signature look.  For more information on the Seiko 5, check out their site dedicated to it, here.


DIAL:  Purple dial, with gold accents on hour markers – please note wear on the dial edges between 11 to 4 o’clock.  Day/date at 3 o’clock position works nicely, with Kanji Japanese and English day variants.  Original hour, minute, and second hands.  

CASE: Original 33mm (crown is recessed) x 39mm stainless steel case in pre-loved condition.  

CRYSTAL: Original acrylic crystal, no scratches or scuffs.

BAND: Three new 18mm Clockwork Synergy straps.

MOVEMENT: Original Seiko 17-jewel automatic movement, manufactured in February 1972  

CROWN: Original recessed unsigned stainless steel crown.










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