Lord Matic 5606-7010 Weekdater from August 1970

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A very nice example of this unusual dial variant Lord Matic Weekdater 5606-7010 that combines a funky early 1970's vibe with the more traditional grammar of design ethos and the fabulous, underrated  5606 movement. Automatic movement with hand winding ability and hacking. Working Quickset and in great condition. Day wheel in English and Kanji. The dial is a beautiful silver grey/very light blue linen sunburst effect that looks gorgeous as it catches the light. It comes on its original bracelet/clasp. Serviced in November 2020 with a new crystal. These watches are amazing value when you consider the quality of the design, cool dial texture and reliability/quality of the movements. 

Movement: Original SEIKO Cal. 5606A - Serial No. 080070. Beautiful condition, screw heads unmarked. Fully serviced November 2020, test worn for 24 hours & keeping chronometer grade time during inspection. Please see photo of watch on timegraher for readings,  accuracy shown cannot be guaranteed but +/- 10 s/d is our benchmark for serviced watches. Day/date turn over at midnight & quickset works as it should. Not guaranteed water resistant.

Dial: Original, beautiful linen sunburst. 

Glass: Acrylic, new

Hands: Original, excellent

Case: Original, unpolished stainless steel, some age related wear but no noticeable dings, one scratch to case on the left side. Solid case back with movement accessed through crystal, very well defined markings

Crown: Well fitted at 3 o'clock. Hand winding feature. Quickset working smoothly but as with all vintage watches it is very important not to use the feature between 8pm and 4am as it will break the mechanism

Jewels: 23

Beat Rate: 21,600bph

Diameter: Approx. 37mm

Lug width: 18mm

Band: Original stainless steel XAB 101 with bi-fold clasp marked LM

Year and location of manufacture - August 1970 - Serial No. 080070 - Japan A - SEIKO, Suwa Factory

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