As the case reference suggests, this has the Seiko 7S26 automatic movement. It's a far better quality watch than the Pulsar name might suggest -- it could just as easily have the Seiko name on the dial. I've owned this from new in December 2010 and it is still under Seiko/Pulsar manufacturer's year warranty until December 2012. Comes with full boxes, hang tag and papers.
See the pics below but in particular note the interesting lug and crown guard design and how they interact with the bezel to effectively create bezel guard. It's a very appealing aesthetic design feature in my opinion.
- Pulsar PL4 001 (7S26-X003) automatic diver's watch.
- Seiko 7S26 automatic movement.
- Day and date.
- Good timekeeping and in perfect working condition.
- Water resistance: 200m
- Flat mineral glass crystal.
- Lume on hour, minute and second hands and hour markers.
- Unidirectional diver's bezel with lumed bezel pip, 120 clicks.
- Stainless steel case, bezel and case back.
- Screw down crown.
- Screw down case back.
- Diameter (excluding crown): 43mm
- Diameter (including crown): 46mm
- Height: 13.5mm
- Lug-to-lug length: 47mm
- Lug width: 22mm
- Weight: 192g (on bracelet)
- Condition: Near mint (TZ rating).
- Bracelet: On a surprisingly good Pulsar stainless steel solid link bracelet, similar to the Seiko Monster style. Has Pulsar-signed safety flap and diver's extension. Very long indeed: Easily fits my 8"-8.5" wrist and there are three extra links included.
- Includes outer cardboard box, inner plastic presentation box, hang tag, extra link, manual/guarantee booklet.
Payment by bank transfer (any fees to be paid by the buyer), PayPal (gift or +4%), or cash (if we meet in person) please.
If you have any queries please contact me by PM or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are the pics:-
Overview (click to enlarge):
Front view (click to enlarge):
Diagonal view, left (click to enlarge):
Diagonal view, right (click to enlarge):
Edge view, crown side (click to enlarge):
Edge view, non-crown side (click to enlarge):
Case back (click to enlarge):