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Every time I get a watch itch I always forget about the Mido Multifor Patrimony, with its stark blue color in the center of the dial and darker blue dial on the outer part of the dial. The hands are syringe shaped with highly polished raised Arabic numerals at 12, 3, 6, and 9. It has a box sapphire crystal that gives off a nice distortion and vintage look. The watch is 40mm in diameter and 12mm thick, it should fit comfortably on most wrists. The date window is at the 6 and matches the dial The movement is the Powermatic 80 an ETA-based movement with an 80-hour power reserve and 21 bph. The case back is see-through sapphire crystal and the only negative is its 19mm lug width. What makes this watch underrated is the price, it is competitive with the Seiko Presage and Orient Star line of watches priced at $930 US but usually can be found with a hefty discount bringing it down to under $630 US.