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In 1984, photographer Norman Seeff took a picture of Steve Jobs in his home with a Macintosh in his lap and a Seiko Chariot series watch on his wrist that would go on to become one of the most iconic images of Jobs ever taken. Teaming up with Japanese-based label Nano · Universe Co., Ltd., Seiko is re-releasing the iconic “Steve Jobs watch” as their fourth collaboration piece. This iteration of the iconic Seiko Chariot series will be available in two different case sizes (33mm and 37.5mm) with two different dial options (black or white) that are attached to your wrist with a clean black calf leather strap. Both watches feature a quartz movement, black stainless case and plain steel caseback with the white dial options being limited to 1,982 pieces and the black limited to 300 pieces. All four watch options will be available the second week of March but will only be available in Japan.

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