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This could be a modern Omega Seamaster DeVille, very much a dress watch being slim and without a date complication.
Ignore what Amazon says, this is a manual-wind watch - one reason it's so thin is omission of rotor for automatic winding. It's a Swiss ETA 2801-2 movement.
Adopting the design aesthetic of Max Bill, this has a minimalist, sparse design in the Bauhaus style being adopted by Nomos and other German watchmakers.
At the currently unfashionable size of 34mm it looks laughably tiny in comparison to TW Steel, Panerai etc, so won't get a second glance from most people.
I found the black Calf Leather strap rather bland, the matt finish looks quite cheap IMHO, even synthetic. I'd change for a strap more suited to a dress watch.