This sleek little vintage Seiko fold-up digital quartz alarm clock from the 1980's is pretty luxurious if we do say so ourselves, and we don't just mean the sheen of the gold metal case (though that's pretty nice). It hails from the dawning age of digital, when it was still a novelty to have a travel clock that needed no winding.
Condition is very good, with a new battery so all you'll have to do is plan your next trip, knowing you already have the coolest digital travel clock going.
2" x 2.25" x .25" when closed; 2" H when opened
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