Dating your watch
What you see here is in large part thanks to this excellent Quartzimodo article How to tell when you Seiko watch was made.Unfortunately the Jayhawk Production Date Calculator (by John Gauch) which is linked to in the Quartzimodo article no longer seems to be available, so we built our own.Returning to our examples and using the second digit from the serial number we get the following production dates: If you were paying close attention you may have noticed we asked for the case code in the form above but we did not mention using it when calculating the date.
Anyone not expecting to pay for their dinner will order something around the same price bracket. If they order something way more expensive – without at least asking whether it’s okay – something’s up. " We hear that a lot here at Watch Sleuth so we built this page to help you figure it out. If you don't know how to find these numbers on your watch please read our instructions below. We encourage people to send us additions and corrections.They’ve arranged the date just to get free food, and never wanted anything with you beyond the chance to eat some excellent chocolate torte. In a recent post, he explained that he’d signed up to Tinder ‘just to see what would happen’. The pair talked for a few days before he suggested a date – and the woman insisted on it being dinner. Right about the time our main course(s) arrived, I’d pretty much given up.The user wrote: ‘We met up tonight at a restaurant I’d picked out. She talked more to the waiter.’ He continued: ‘As we were finishing, I excused myself and went to the restroom. I left the bathroom, headed out the door, got in my car, and drove home. She messaged me a few times, called me a “f*cker” about twelve times.