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I found this Zodiak in my box of watches....

Started by timetolearn, December 27, 2022, 07:41:46 PM


I am looking through watches my stepdad left me. There are a lot of genuine Seiko watches, but there was a Tudor that was made from parts.... The case was not genuine. So... I feel like I am walking in a field of landmines when I a looking at his watches....

I can't tell if it is a fake or real. 24 hour crown, the 18 doesn't line up like it does on the new ones, but does look like the vintage. However, I haven't seen a vintage with the RED 4th hand?

Any advice you can give me would be useful. I really am new to this. Not looking to sell, but want to know what to look for and what I should know about my watch. I can send more photos if needed. You cannot view this attachment.

I also don't know how to change the date on this watch.


Welcome to the forum! That is an original Zodiac Aerospace GMT model from the 70's. Using the search about can answer lots of questions answer so often before.

As for your date setting question:,254.msg270.html#msg270

The later GMTs like that one had the red 24 hour hand.

I do not understand this: the 18 doesn't line up like it does on the new ones?

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