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    Dogma diver 60's

    Hi guys , I had bought a 60's Dogma diver watch , looks pretty good condition , but one thing I am not sure is it correct ? The watch dial show 20 ATM , case back is show 300m . I ask the seller , he said is original ! so any comment and advise ?
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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    Well, 20 atms is 200 metres, so either the case back was mistakenly put on the wrong watch, or the seller is being economical with the truth.

    Either way, it's a great looking watch.

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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    Hi,

    Looks like made from the parts that were at hand :)

    Case is probably from Yema Superman or LeJour Superman.
    Dial from Dogma.
    Hands maybe non vintage at all
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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    ...and the lume therefore different on hands and dial. Movement is an ETA 2780, anyway:

    bidfun-db Archiv: Uhrwerke: ETA 2780

    ...so at least that part is not new. But could still be from a third watch altogether.

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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    ...and these good points about the watch can be expressed with one, simple, yet so unpleasant word:
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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    Well , look like is MOD / Custom / Franken watch ... I think just keep it and wear or being a spare part .
    Thanks guy !!! Appreciate .


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    Re: Dogma diver 60's

    Oh, and one final word of advice: in the first post you've said, that the seller claimed it to be original. The seller can claim whatever he wants, and these claims are hardly of any relevance. It is not in his interest to tell you that there's anything wrong with the watch. What is in hist best interest, is to sell the watch. That said, do the necessary research before making a purchase. The market, like a road, is a place where the "rule of limited trust" should be applied at all times. Even if the seller does appear honest, remember that appearance can deceive, and deceive badly. So in advance assume, that what he says is a load of bollocks. You need to be the one who knows better. There are a lot of resources which can help you identify a watch. Buying a watch on eBay gives you a lot of time for research. I buy watches at flea markets, but at all times I have my smartphone, with the necessary resources (the Ranfft movement archive and Mikrolisk are absolute "musts" in this case) bookmarked in the phone's browser. If you're hunting for an Omega, bookmark the OVD.
    That's that- good luck next time. If you can ask for help before purchasing, this forum a great place to do so.
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