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Blondie

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Seiko SLA019J1 #852 of 1968. I actually bought this watch for under list in 2018, thinking I was going to flip it. Alas, I made the mistake of wearing it for a day or two, now, it's three year later...I will say nothing but praise for the Seiko Diashield treatment on the stainless case. Nary a scratch. Original band has never been on it, still wrapped in plastic. That's a strap code Angus with an adjustable clasp.

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Seiko SLA019J1 #852 of 1968. I actually bought this watch for under list in 2018, thinking I was going to flip it. Alas, I made the mistake of wearing it for a day or two, now, it's three year later...I will say nothing but praise for the Seiko Diashield treatment on the stainless case. Nary a scratch. Original band has never been on it, still wrapped in plastic. That's a strap code Angus with an adjustable clasp.

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One of the most underrated sport watches. Worth every penny and then some. I own an Seiko LX and wear it more than me Rolex.
 

Blondie

Contributor
One of the few Quartz in my collection. Detroit Mint Bullhead. It's an homage to the Citizen Bullhead worn in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go beat the hell out of some dirty hippies and get the tire on my Coupe DeVille changed. I mean, my bosses Coupe DeVille. :thumbup::a11:

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