These Seiko Silver Wave Ref 2628's are some special looking watches and this one fits that bill. In all stainless steel with a lovely textured dial, beautiful hands, crisp roman numerals and the original Seiko Stainless Steel Band, it is really a dreamy vintage Seiko!. These 2628's are seldom seen and therefore not only do I promise it will become a watch you just can't stop wearing (I personally own one too!) , but it will continue to rise and rise in value over the years.
The watch uses a small 2 Jewel Cal. 2628A hacking quartz movement, it is in full working order and keeping accurate time with a brand new premium made battery installed. The watch is keeping accurate time and the subdial is also working perfectly.
We have dated this watch to 1982, so if you were born then this would be a great watch!
CASE: Watch case is in great condition
DIAL: Amazing condition
BACK CASE: Good condition, a few very small marks
CROWN: Fantastic condition, original
CRYSTAL: Brand new
OVERALL CONDITION: Has been tested, cleaned and checked over and is in excellent working order.
PRESENTATION: Presented in a vintage style presentation box, great for a gift or to simply keep the watch in.
AUTHENTICITY: Certification provided upon request.
CASE SIZE: 36mm to crown
STRAP SIZE: 19mm
CASE MATERIAL: Stainless Steel
BRACELET: Stainless Steel
Worldwide shipping available, all items are shipped fully insured and sent as priority mail.
For outside of the EU customs or import charges will be paid by the customer (if applied).
The watch is guaranteed to be in full functioning good working condition when it is posted from our store.
For your peace of mind Wilberforce Watches offers a 30 day mechanical limited warranty for all watches, please see full terms and conditions for full details, available at email request.
Whether it be two days after the sale or two years, please let us know the issue as we have got your back. However please bear in mind that due to the nature of vintage watches, we do expect reasonable treatment of all watches by their new owners. So, no cave diving or base jumping please.