In a market where watches are going through the roof, Seiko watches have still remained very affordable… For now. I believe you’re going to see a shift toward Seiko, as people discover their styling, reliability and affordability offer a place for both the seasoned and the newbie collector. This Seiko Navigator timer supplies everything you’re looking for. A very vibrant original dial, a robust 41 mm. steel case and an automatic winding reliable movement, are a few of the fine points of this 1970’s vintage watch. The stainless steel case retains its definition and is not really worn on the case back, with the writing still clear. The automatic winding Seiko movement was recently cleaned and is accurately keeping time. This watch allows you to tell time in two different time zones you can align the inner bezel by turning the crown to set a second time zone. You won’t see this price in the future.