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thisusernameistaken

Just found the exact watch Keiichi wears.

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Ken

Price you ask? Cool $2000 - $3000 for a mint condition one. If not more.

What?! How could Belle afford that?! Well come to think of it, the "watch shop" kinda sells old watches. Must be a second-hand watch.

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Keiichi Morisato

A 1969 mint condition? Of course it's going to be expensive. It's considered an antique collectible. I would use Kovels Guide to Antiques and Collectibles as it's considered the best guide for accurate pricing. A lot of collectible and antique dealers use this guide.

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Avinash_Tyagi

Belldandy being Belldandy got a huge discount on the watch

Also, probably not as much of her salary goes to expenses as Keiichi's does, as we've seen, he doesn't like having her pay for things, so she can probably save it to give him a gift he'll love

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Keiichi Morisato

In addition, that watch is probably a premium style watch. I recall a few years ago that I had considered purchasing a particular watch I had seen a cast member wearing on one of the Godzilla Millenium watches, and that it was made by a Japanese company. Let's just say that the watch was valued between $500-$1000. I suspect that the same could be said for this watch that Keiichi wears. More than likely, it's a customized reproduction, which tends to be more expensive than standard premium watches made these days.

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