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I just found the model number of the watch I lost, and it's 980-023N
This should help "a lot", sorry for not posting it earlier.
: I lost my 1980's vintage automatic diving
: watch, and I am searching for another.
: here is the description as best I can remember:
: Round dial, black face, stainless, black
: click bezel, offset dial winder at the 4:30
: location, 1000m depth rating, steel
: bracelet. It looked just like the
: "standard" 200m black dial
: stainless watch of the era, but it was
: I am interested in locating and purchasing
: another watch of this exact type. Please
: advise if you have such a watch, or a tip,
: as I'm in the market and want to replace the
: one I sadly lost.
: regards, Paul, Nashville