It is tough to find slim, elegant, and inexpensively priced watches. Well, I’ve got one for you here. This is an amazing-looking 1970s vintage Bucherer (Europe’s equivalent to Tiffany’s) vintage watch with an all-dial appearance measuring a subtle 33.25mm and having a barely visible bezel. I really enjoy the blue dial with the Bucherer crest, ultra-thin hands, and baton markers, which all provide a sophisticated look on the wrist. The date aperture is simply framed and easy to read. The dial is evenly blue (those are shadows in my photo). The winding crown is signed and original. There is a hand-inscribed (hardly visible) number on the case rear, which of course is hidden while wearing. This watch truly looks new on the wrist. This manual winding Bucherer movement is also quite nice and is adjusted to three positions. The blue dial is reflective and changes from light to dark blue depending on the angle.