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Up for sale is my near mint condition SeaTimer Black Motion. I am the original and only owner, it was purchased from a very reputable German AD. As soon as I took delivery I removed the textile strap, (it remains pristine), and installed one of my own. The Loc-Tite on the lug bar screws was unusually strong and there is a little wear on the slots of the lug-bar screws, hence the near mint characterization. It was purchased recently and I have only worn the SeaTimer a handful of times.

Below is a very detailed, (long winded?), description of the watch:

"The matt black TiC coating transforms the piece from a functional watch to a sophisticated timepiece for your wrist. A process known as PVD (physical vapour deposition) is used to coat the case of the watch in multiple layers of titanium carbide (TiC). This multi-layer technique provides multiple benefits such as a deep black colouration, highly resistant layer thicknesses and increased hardness of the underlying stainless steel case.

The case not only looks impressive but also boasts a pressure resistance of up to 30 bars (300 m) and is fitted with a 2.5mm thick double anti-glare sapphire crystal and a solid screw-in crown with extra side protection. The piece is finished with a tone-in-tone textile strap. The jet-black strap is made of water-resistant material, lined with a wearer-friendly layer of comfortable and non-irritant rubber. Because the Sea-Timer Black is a watch dedicated to sport, the length of the band can be adjusted via the pin buckle, meaning that it can even be worn over a wetsuit or a jacket sleeve.
The casual style and functionality of the piece is carried through to the dial and hands. The dark dial is intentionally uncluttered to enhance clarity and the only markings are for timekeeping. The outer edge of the dial displays a white, fine-minute graduation and highly luminous white hour indices. The only addition is a small date display at 4 o’clock. The blackened, nickel-plated hands are intentionally blocky to match the hour marks and provide adequate surface space for the super-luminova coating which further facilitates legibility at a glance.
Of course, if the time is easy to read, it also needs to be accurate and, in the case of the Sea-Timer Black Motion, this is guaranteed by a reliable SW 200-1 Muehle version movement. This impressive piece of equipment contains the company’s patented, shockproof, woodpecker neck regulation and is meticulously regulated in six different positions to ensure accuracy values of between 0 and a maximum of +8 seconds per day. One final point of raffination in the movement of the Sea-Timer BlackMotion is the inclusion of Muehle’s anniversary rotor, which commemorates the proud 150 year heritage of the company"


  • SW 200-1 Mühle Version, automatic, Mühle version with woodpecker neck regulation, own rotor, characteristic surface finishes, stop-second, fast date correction, 38-hr power reserve,
  • Case:
  • 44mm X 12.5mm......Stainless steel with a black titanium carbide (TiC) coating, Bidirectional bezel, 2.5 mm thick, domed and double anti-glare sapphire crystal, Transparent case back, stainless steel, Screw-in crown, Water-resistant to 30 bars, Textile strap with a stainless steel pin buckle (black, DLC-coated), Screwed strap lug bars. 22mm lug width.
It will arrive at your door as a complete kit, external cardboard box, internal storage box, all papers, (warranty and manual), hang tag etc.
All the photographs were taken by me yesterday and other than the dust and occasional dog hair, (my bad),

PRICE DROP!, $1600.00.....Inclusive of PayPal fee and Priority Mail shipping, CONUS.

I will ship Overseas and across borders, at my discretion. The buyer pays actual freight charges and assumes all responsibility for the watch once shipped.

The SeaTimer Black Motion is FOR SALE ONLY, Please No Trade Offers, Thanks.


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