* SOLD *

Hi everyone -- I’m currently consolidating/updating my watch drawer (again) and have a couple I’d like to offer for sale here on the Forum.

Up next is a Lum-Tec C7 in great pre-owned condition. These are assembled by hand in the USA and Lum-Tec offers free lifetime regulation of the Seiko NH35 movement. The fit & finish IMHO is excellent within the C7’s price range. The matte black dial and case finish match nicely and the tan makings on the dial are really well done. As you’d expect from Lum-Tec, the lume is very strong/long-lasting with a light green glow. The caseback has a nice, simple rendering of the Lum-Tec logo.


Full album HERE


Movement: Seiko NH35

Case Size: 38mm x 10mm x 46.5 L2L

Case Material: Stainless steel

Crystal: Sapphire

Band: OEM brown leather + OEM steel bracelet

Lug width: 18mm

Water Resistant: 100 meters


The watch looks great, on the TimeZone scale I think it’s comfortably Excellent. Looking at it (with my reading glasses on!) I found one small mark/rub on the bezel finish at 4:23 that’s visible in the pics, and there are some light strap changing marks on the back of the lugs. The OEM leather strap and the OEM steel engineer-style bracelet were barely used and are in like new condition. Watch runs strong and keeps good time. Sale is for the full set as purchased from an AD last July; everything that came with the watch is still here, as pictured.

I have too many watches (maybe you can relate?) and this isn’t getting the wrist time it deserves anymore. It’s a super nice piece that just needs a new home.


Price for this one is $425 OBRO via Venmo or PayPal. Free shipping included within CONUS, buyer handles any payment fees. I have a number of positive feedbacks on WUS and Reddit /watchexchange, and also over 300 positives with zero negatives on eBay under username = tlh3.


Not looking for trades at the moment unless you’re offloading a Christopher Ward 40mm C60 Trident blue dial w/black bezel or a Tudor Heritage Ranger (obviously with $$$ going your way in this unlikely event).

Thanks for looking and please drop a line with any questions.