Rather than another dive watch, this time It'll be a dress watch. Quite normal in size for its time and slightly larger than watches from the 1950s/1960s, it's a comfortable 37.8mm across (which includes the concealed crown). The look is complemented by well proportioned lugs with brushed tops and polished chamfered sides. The caseback is the usual Seiko style showing a serial number dating to May 1972 and the "lightning" symbol indicating that it was made at the Daini-Seikosha factory. While in very nice condition, there's enough dust, crud and DNA to almost warrant a HAZMAT suit, lucky I have plenty of COVID masks! After dusting away the detritus the movement is exposed. In reasonable condition, there is evidence of excessive grease and the jewels are very dry. With the rotor moved, we can view the balance, again no problems evident here. The ratchet wheel showed signs of too much grease. But the balance looked so nice, I thought I'd share a pic to compensate for the previous one.