This specific Seiko Chariot Tank from 1975 was only available to the Japanese market. It harkens closely to Cartier's Tank in shape, size and the addition with Roman numerals. What sets this apart is the tapered stepped case adding another dimension to the watch and creating more depth. This watch can be worth unisex due to its style and shape, the case width is 25.8mm which will allow for a variety of wrist sizes.
Powering the watch is the 24 Jewels caliber 2220 that beats at 28800bph (beats per hour). With a minimal dial layout, no seconds hand and no date function this allows the watch to be clean and simple. The case is in excellent condition with small signs of ageing and wear on the case. The dial and sharp sword style hands are still in great condition and only very light scratches can be seen on the crystal. The watch comes on a brand new top grained leather strap.
A beautiful rectangular Seiko watch that is unisex. Ideal for someone who is wanting something slim for those special occasions or for everyday wear - it draws references from the Cartier Tank but has nuances of its own - the stepped case, unbolded Roman characters and no seconds hand. This is a great choice for anyone in the market for a rectangle watch.