Rare early Seiko Seikomatic Weekdater, from July 1963 equipped with the Seikosha 400 movement (which was the first day & date made by Seiko). Nice 37 mm ref J13080 stainless steel case with snap back, white dial, dauphine hands.
The case has minor wear. The dial is in very good condition.
The Seikosha 400 movement has just been serviced and is holding good time (+10 s/d), the balance having an good amplitude (265°).
New black leather band, used but in good condition acrylic crystal.
Vintage watch with unknown history but serviced (09/2022), checked and cleaned. Water resistance non tested.
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Introducing Seiko would be useless, it is the most important manufacturer in the world. Founded 120 years ago, it really begun to be a leader in the 60’s/70’s thanks to their automatic watches and of course with their quartz models.
Seiko invented many concepts (analogic and LCD quartz, Kinetic watches, Spring Drive, etc) and marketed all sorts of designs. Its range of watches is incredibly wide, answering almost all budget, design or quality questions.
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