I have my heart and eyes set on this gorgeous 2002 Class El Primer 01.0501.400. I absolutely love the design of this watch, the dial looks retro in the best way possible with its bold lumen numerals and yet the case gives a hint of modernity. This model definitely has a sporty vibe to it but I can still see myself wearing it at the office with a business casual, semi-formal outfit. Anyways, seller quoted me $2,050 and I was wondering if that was fair for what I'm getting:
- watch (obviously), few micro-scuffs on the case, tiny flaw on the 12 o'clock lumen, otherwise A+
- box in 6/10 condition
- aftermarket deployment leather band
- a lighter bank account
What I don't get:
- watch was last serviced more than three years ago
- No papers, but extract from registers from Zenith
- original band
I attached some pictures, what do you guys think? Should I take it or leave it?
Any other tips are also welcome. Thanks!