Dirt-cheap but simply awesome, the Seiko 5 SNK is ripe for a return.
Seiko’s sub-$100 automatic field watch is an unlikely icon. The Seiko 5 SNK, in all its color variations, is smallish and unflashy, with a military-inspired design and a very basic mechanical movement. But its ubiquity, quality, cool look and laughably low price have made it the starter mechanical watch for many an eventual collector, and a cult classic. Problem is, it’s not part of Seiko’s current collection.
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