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Divemaster 500 self-winding

Is 2010 divemaster 500 self-winding from swiss army, worth $ 1100 canadian dollars( with both rubber and steel bracelet)???
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  • sirmadness Mar 19, 2010

    is divemaster500 mechanical better buy or tag heuer formula 1?....they will both cost about $1100 canadian

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It can be if - the movement of watch is SWISS made and mechanical only (no quartz).

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