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It may be my eyes, but the Seiko picture is too small and lacks enough detail to truly judge.

Superficially, they do appear alike, but upon closer inspection, there are many differences and those are only the ones that can be seen in the photographs.
 

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The Seiko Spirit is another great Japanese Domestic Market dress watch. 6r15 movement is tough to beat and comes with a shell cordovan leather strap. The EL have a nicer dial compared to the very plain white dial of that Spirit.
 

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Steve;63799]:lol::lol::lol:

I just shot coffee through my nose.

How 'bout this one?

Coincidence? I think not:
:)
Steve;

You have an unusual way of drinking coffee.

As to the similarity of the two models you posted? Yes, they are similar.
But, I do not know who in the watch industry started the numerals on the bezel in this fashion. That is an interesting question.
There is no doubt that this "Sport" design is one of the most popular offerings amongst most brands at all price points.

Regards,
G茅rard M. Diffin茅
President
Montres Edouard Lauzi猫res - North America
Vice President
SARO-Gem US
 
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