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The About Vintage 1820 Automatic Steel / White Watch is powered by a Seiko NH35A Automatic movement. 40 hour power reserve. White dial with Breguet style steel markers and hands, royal blue second hand. Numeral date function. Glass: domed sapphire crystal with anti-reflective coating. Diameter: 40mm. Height: 11mm. Case: 316L high precision stainless steel, individually numbered. Brown Italian leather band. Water resistant 5ATM. Straps can be exchanged within seconds thanks to the clever quick-change system. Each About Vintage watch comes in a stylish solid wood presentation box. PLEASE NOTE: Discount offers are not applicable for this item.
About Vintage likes to name their watches with a reference to historical and memorable moments in horology. 1820 was the year that Thomas Prest registered a patent for the self winding watch.
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