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WELCOME TO SEIKO•SITE

 

We offer a wide range of second-hand or pre-owned watches. While our focus is mostly towards vintage Seiko watches you will find some other watch brands here as well. We also sell brand new watches or 'vintage but never used before' watches (NOS).

 

We are confident you will be able to find a watch suitable to meet your budget and because we offer a wide range of watches we have made some categorised pages indicating the quality series of Seiko such as 'Superior', 'Grand', so forth. Information is provided next to the watches in the notes, a background view of the watch (heritage) and some information on the actual watch itself.

 

Quite recently we are selling through Chrono24. While we do not like to hand over commission to an external company we have decided that when we sell expensive watches, we, as a seller and, you, as a buyer, may need some more securities. Also keeping in mind that we plan to extend our business towards high range and significant pieces.

 

We still try to offer the same service and dedication. We also make sure that the watches you buy from Seiko.site are interesting for people that wear a watch for a year and move on to acquire another model and still can make a small profit out of the initial buy.

All imagery is copyright protected and owned by Seiko.site. When you buy a watch you can

use the image for own use but NOT for reselling! You have to make your own, unless explicitly mentioned otherwise, we will contact you and we might charge usage fees.

Please respect the fact that these images take time and cost money to produce.

Seiko Superior Morpho 3883 - 7000

The 38 quartz caliber was basically one of the very first quartz caliber's made by Seiko that was available to the 'public'. A lot of different levels of quality has been put out by Seiko. The VFA line, the Superior line, the QT (sub between Grand and Superior, Grand Quartz, King Quartz, QR, QZ, etc. The Superior line was continued by the 48 caliber and finally the 99 caliber and after that Seiko discontinued the Superior line and started to diffuse their gamut (in my humble opinion).

 

The first 38 Superior line was hallmarked by some cool designs. The 48 Superior line and the 38 Superior line where looking quite similar. Most Superiors are to be found with champagne coloured dials or warm yellow (for the gold-plated versions). But there is one real grail watch and that's this AWESOME MORPHO Superior. It needs no introduction. The dial has a colour changing dial just like a Morpho butterfly. The Case has all the correct Seiko design elements and it's slightly larger then most other Superiors namely a 37mm case.

 

This Superior is mint, near NOS condition. Strangely some scratches are to be found on the backside of the case, almost none on the case, bezel and bracelet. This watch is fully original and has been cleaned and oiled. It has the correct bracelet and there is really only one bracelet that is correct. All other looking bracelets out there on a Morpho are replacements and not the right ones. The crown is original and should NOT have a honeycomb icon on it. This Morpho comes in its original box with the original papers for the 3883-7000!

 

Item number: SUP-MORPHO-3883-7000-01-3A

If you have any questions, please email us at info@seiko.site. We will be happy to enlighten you with any question you might have on our watches or on the Seiko.site webshop. We sell only through Paypal and we ship to the whole world. Shipping costs will be calculated depending on buyer location. Please read our mission statement, Payment, return & refund policy! By buying a watch through Paypal you have agreed upon these rules.

 

We value your privacy as we do ours. We didn't put our contact information on this site, but we will provide you with this information if you make inquiries or want buy a watch from our site. Finally, we can't guarantee all information on our site to be correct. We strive for perfection, not only regarding the watches we sell but also concerning our customer service and the information provided here on our site. But, we reserve the right to make (minor) mistakes.

ABOUT SEIKO•SITE - FEBRUARY 2021

 

Mission statement - Vintage and any other Seiko watches, when available, are offered for sale. Our watches are fully functional, tested and monitored for at least for a week. Also, all functionalities are tested before we put them on sale. We clean, optical check the movement, (sometimes) polish, (sometimes) brush and take care of our watches before we ship. We do understand that some Seiko watches have historical meaning, so these watches will not be polished or brushed. All images are from the actual watch you are buying and are not retouched. Sometimes the images will be light & colour corrected but will never infringe the reality of the watch, pecks of dust or debris will be removed.

 

Return policy - We abide by Chrono24 rules of buying and return policies. Sometimes we offer a limited extended guarantee or warranty. We truly aim to strive for the best service and deliver the quality as advertised. If you do not wish to take such a risk when buying a vintage watch we advise you buy a new watch. And if, or when you encounter a problem with a watch you bought from us (within reason and outside of the description of the watch), we will ALWAYS try and resolve this matter with you, the buyer. We sell good quality watches and they are (in most if not all cases) serviceable, and we recommend you do this at least every 4/5 years. It will increase the longevity of your watch.

 

Finally, if your watch is considered vintage so do NOT SHOWER or SWIM with them. Even if they claim to be water proof or water resistant. Also when using the quick set feature on a watch for the day or date setting (when provided) FIRST SET THE TIME MANUALLY TO AROUND 6:35 'O CLOCK! So it will not break the day/date lever because in some cases they are made out of plastic which breaks easily. If you break this lever and push for a refund/return we will investigate if the problem happened by faulty use or otherwise. Newer watches are okay to swim with of course. But when they are about 20 years old please check if they are properly equipped to do so. No matter what, we will help you fixing the watch, but, unfortunately we will have to relay these costs to the buyer, even if you have done this by accident or not.