VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater
VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater

VINTAGE WATCH | Seikomatic 6218 Weekdater

Regular price $420.00 USD Sale price $379.00 USD Save $41.00 USD


To many vintage Seiko watch collectors, the 62 Grand Seiko is one of the holy grail in the collection, however the heavy demand from the market means that the 62GS are all pricing at a heavy premium and is out of budget for many of us. Therefore it became our quest to source an alternative from the market for all of our dearest followers.

Seiko back in the 70s have a practice when working on movements of a watch, they will build a base movement and fine tune the base movement into higher accuracy movement for their higher end watches. We can find the 56 series base movements using in both Lord Matic and the higher accurate ones used in King Seiko and Grand Seikos. The same principle applies to the 62 series movement too! After the search from the historical Seiko reference book and the market, we finally settle our target on the vintage Seikomatic series manufactured in the 60s where they are housing the base version of 62 series movement.

The 62 series movement used in the Seikomatic watches are workhorse movement, has an 18k bph vibration rate, and Diashock protection. The 6218 movement was housing a wide variance of Seikomatic watches, with wide selection of dial layout, case material, day wheel format etc. This is essentially the workhorse movement at the time for Seiko.

The 62 series movement will later work its way up to become one of the finest movements Seiko have ever manufactured housing in the 62 Grand Seiko.

I was attracted by this particular example of Seikomatic 6218 8010 because of the following reasons. 
The curved case lug of the watch case and sword hand resembles the design of the 6245 Grand Seiko, it was not as aggressive as the design of the 56King Seiko but the design was clean and unique in the Seiko family.
The design of the dial was clean yet able to fit in so much information into the display (Time, Date, Full Day). And this particular reference is the earlier reference with the round font "Weekdater" written on the dial. This makes this Seikomatic even more desirable as it matches so well with the round case. 
The "Seikomatic" font use in this particular reference is unique as well. It is a writing that is never found in other Seikomatic references making it truly one-of-a-kind reference and highly collectable. 

The sunburst silver dial was preserved nicely with no signs of aging on the dial given its age. It's amazing to see the watch preserved in such a nice condition.

With its clean design, Seikomatic was used to target the young businessmans sector, where they are targeted to pair with suits and worn to office daily. Because of the usage, most of the reference found in the market are in poor condition. We are proud to be able to source one in mint condition!

With its timeless design, we are confident that it will be able to continue its mission to pair with your suit flawlessly for the next decades to come.  


Maker: Seiko

Model: Seikomatic 6218 8971 

Era: 1964 Dec 

Case Diameter: 36 mm

Lug to Lug: 42 mm

Lug width: 19 mm

Case Condition: Amazingly preserved case. The watch is slightly polished on the caseback to remove the old usage mark by the last watchmaker who served the watch.  The case shape is still so well preserved.

Dial Condition: Silver Sunburst Dial in nice condition  

Movement:  6218 automatic movement serviced in Japan

And of course, it comes with any colour of our Kyoto Series Leather Straps. Of course you can pair it up with any straps we have in store by adding just a few extra to make the watch suit your personal taste.  Just let us know which one you like to pair the beauty up with.

Do you ship into my country?
  • Of course! We ship worldwide.

How much is the shipping cost?

  • Free of charge!

What is the shipping method?

  • For Hong Kong customers, we will ship the product by Hong Kong Post Local Mail, or self-pick at SF Express
  • For overseas customers, we will ship the product by Registered Air Mail with tracking number by Hong Kong Post

What kind of payment do we accept?

  • We accept Paypal, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Apply Pay, Alipay, WeChat Pay, Google Pay

Can I pay my invoice in other currency, besides HKD and USD? 

  • Sure, you can. We receive up to 24 foreign currencies through PayPal or Credit Card, such as: Canadian Dollar, Euro, British Pound, U.S. Dollar, Japanese Yen, Australian Dollar, New Zealand Dollar, Swiss Franc, Hong Kong Dollar, Singapore Dollar, Swedish Krona, Danish Krone, Polish Zloty, Norwegian Krone, Czech Koruna, Israeli New Shekel, Mexican Peso, Brazilian Real, Indonesia Rupiah, Malaysian Ringgit, Philippine Peso, New Taiwan Dollar, Thai Baht, Turkish Lira, and Russian Rubble.

International Tracking

We ship our orders using Hong Kong Post. This means that when Hong Kong Post collect the shipments from us here in the HK, they are then taken down to Hong Kong Air Mail Center to be sorted and passed on to the destination country's postal service. When tracking your order, you are able to do it through the Hong Kong Post website or your domestic Postal services website. The links to which can be found below but if your country is not listed then this means that your country does not accommodate the 'Tracked & Signed' service. Your country will accept Hong Kong Post's 'International Signed' service which is not trackable until the package has been signed for.

Tracking your order on the Hong Kong website, please follow this link - Hong Kong Post