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The Seiko divers you should not buy unless you have money to waste and lots of spares to replace the rubbish that these watches are often made up of.

This 6309-729A was bought "cheap" from a HHC but when you start to take it apart then you find that you have bought a cobbled together piece of rubbish and if you decide to stick with it and make it better (if possible) you can end up spending a lot of time working on it which in itself isent a bad thing as it can be enjoyable and educative but it can also be expensive replacing the poor parts if you can get hold of them, generally I would try and find a genuine watch that may need work but is all original and not cobbled together and then it is worth your time and effort and you end up with a nice vintage diver.

You can see that this one had a split crystal retaining ring that has been glued together and the crystal and crystal gasket have been glued into the case which is totally unsatisfactory and useless :(

The crown and stem :( the crown is of the correct type but the stem is from a 6309 dress watch rather than the two piece diver style stem, actually four piece if you count the rest and spring. There is a good chance that you could damage the movement or keyless works when screwing the crown in with the dress stem fitted. 
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The photo below shows this watch after having been TST'd, Big crown fitted, after market hands with a SKX007 dial.
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