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@Nealjpage - Some of those look really cool, especially that Bulova and the Timex! That old Mido Multifort looks pretty interesting as well, though the dial is definitely a bit rough.

I'm interested to know what you plan on doing with all of these. Do you clean them up yourself?
 

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@Nealjpage - Some of those look really cool, especially that Bulova and the Timex! That old Mido Multifort looks pretty interesting as well, though the dial is definitely a bit rough.

I'm interested to know what you plan on doing with all of these. Do you clean them up yourself?
Yeah, I'll clean them up, service them, and wear them. Some might return to eBay, some might end up broken worse than they are now.
 

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Good evening,

I'm currently traveling abroad.

Has anyone heard of a watch brand called "Wesse?" What is the story behind the brand? Do they produce good watches? As I can't find much info on them.
 

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I got a new (to me) Speedmaster last week and when I went to get the bracelet sized, I decided to take in a few quartz watches that all seemed to have their batteries die at the same time including this Scurfa Diver One.

I’ve had a few Scurfa watches over the years and they’re always a great value!

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I got a new (to me) Speedmaster last week and when I went to get the bracelet sized, I decided to take in a few quartz watches that all seemed to have their batteries die at the same time including this Scurfa Diver One.

I’ve had a few Scurfa watches over the years and they’re always a great value!

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Love my Diver 1’s, but never really bonded with my Treasure Seeker.
 

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Love my Diver 1’s, but never really bonded with my Treasure Seeker.
Yeah, I like the specs on the Treasure Seeker but the looks of it don’t do much for me. I’ve got this Diver One (which, IIRC, was the first one offered with a bracelet) and another older automatic with a PVD case and I love them both. I had a couple slightly newer Scurfas as well (the “Silicon” and some other Diver 1) and I never really bonded with those. They were both a little larger than this one and the other one that I kept so that probably has something to do with it.

My Bell Diver One

I think this may have been the first auto that Scurfa offered.
 
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