I think it's awesome. Stainless steel case and bracelet, manufacture vertical-clutch column-wheel self-winding chronograph, quickset date and bilingual day, applied logo, Suwa Seikosha symbol on dial, made in Japan, styling at near Royal Oak-level '70s-ness. What's not to like?
One of Seiko's greatest, most innovative movements - I have two (Pogue & Vader). However, I am concerned yours is a redial - it looks too clean. If you are buying from the Philippines or India or Hong Kong, beware... It may be a franken. Ask hard questions of the seller, like is it all original and if not, what isn't? Also ask for a pic of the movement and compare it to those on Google etc. Don't get snaked - it's better to wait for a perfect example than buy impulsively. Once you do get a great one, it will last forever. That's because it's a Seiko. A real Seiko.
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