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Scurfa diver 1 yellow dial.

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Hi everyone,

to add a little context I posted a few weeks back regarding the SPB147J1; after many helpful replies and also my own views regarding spending circa 1K on a seiko I opted not to purchase in the end. A bit of a U-turn, however, I did end up purchasing a Hamilton khaki field automatic on bracelet which I felt covered most of the boxes I wanted to tick. IMO a good looking watch suitable for most occasions including everyday use. I’m over the moon with my purchase so far and think the value for money is great for the Hamilton.

. . . . unfortunately I’ve now reignited the bug for buying watches! I have come across the Scurfa diver 1 with yellow dial. I’m not normally this daring with colourful dials but for some reason I’m drawn to it. Thus far I don’t really have a designated summer watch, one could argue the khaki field fits this bill being perfect for everyday use. However, we all know how this addiction goes :laughing2dw:

anyway, to cut to the chase, what’s peoples experience with Scurfa? I did use the search bar and generally all seems to be positive. The yellow variant seems a bit fun to me and on the rubber strap would be ideal for the sweaty summer months. I’ve attached a link below to the watch in question. The only concern I have is the 14.4mm thickness.


any alternatives out there?

thanks in advance


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Of the 2, I prefer the RZE, but when it comes to colours on watches (and my clothes to be honest) I'm very plain and middle of the road; black, white, silver, grey, blue (but only boring blues, nothing with "aqua" in the description).

My kids think I'm a scream.

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