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While I was at the university back then in 1993, my father bought me a Seiko watch.

It was a dress watch, small (maybe 36mm?), rather thin, with black leather strap. The dial was simple, and the colour was white - greenish. The watch greatly amazed me during the night, that the full dial was glowing very brightly for long time. That was the first time I found out about Lumibrite. If I am not mistaken, it was newly invented by Seiko. This watch probably the first model that use Lumibrite on the dial (not just the hours markers).

Unfortunately, I had lost the watch after 1 year due to worn out leather strap. I wore it daily :(

Based on the above vague description, does anyone know which model it could be?
 
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