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SEIKO Electra

I have a SEIKO Electra watch that I aquired. I have tried to find some info on it, but no such luck...
does anybody know the history of it, or if its a collectable? It is in Great condition, works perfect.
It's gold in color, it has no numbers but has a gold triangle at the 12 o'clock position with a diamond set in
the center of it. It says.. Seiko Electra 23 unbreakable mainspring. on the back it has some type of emblem stamped
on it that covers the entire back almost.. anyway i would appreciate any responses to my post, thanks
Answer:
Anytime you see a watch with Electra on the dial and "Unbreakable Mainspring" you have an inexpensive pin lever watch.
I'm sorry to say it isn't a Seiko and it has no real value
Ken
Answer:
: Anytime you see a watch with Electra on the dial and "Unbreakable Mainspring" you have an
inexpensive pin lever watch.

I'm sorry to say it isn't a Seiko and it has no real value

Ken 
Thanks very much ....Do you know anything about vintage yema watches? I have a vintage Yema 17 jewels antichoc watch also..
Tahnk you so much for your time..
Answer:
Hello,
Would the 5s26 movement be considered this as well? Or am I mistaken...?
-Watchman920
Answer:
:Watchman,
I'm not sure what your question is but the 5s26 is a Seiko movement. What I was saying is that any watch that has "Electra' on the dial is usually a pin lever watch. I have seen them with Longines, Bulova and other major brands. Some will have Electra 360 plus "unbreakable mainspring.
Ken
Hello,



Would the 5s26 movement be considered this as well? Or am I mistaken...?



-Watchman920