You just can’t beat a classic.
Japanese manufacturer Seiko recently announced plans to re-release a version of its vintage 1980s Chariot model timepiece. That just so happens to be the same watch that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is pictured wearing in an iconic 1984 Norman Seeff photograph, which later graced the cover of Time Magazine.
And let’s be totally real here: If Jobs were still alive today he’d likely prefer this three-decade-old wrist watch to the current Apple Watch. Why? It’s all about simplicity.
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