I found this listed in wristwatches this morning, and at 25 dollars del'd, it seems a good candidate for a beginning tinkerer, wannabe watch maker to begin. I figure it's probably a pretty simple movement to work on as compared to later, tinier and more refined models.
Looks like the right place to begin my education. I have one of this type that's a total piece of junk ... that I got in a junk lot, but the hinge on the case looks good and tight on this one, and the crystal is there. Looks like a good place to learn about staking and broaching.
Am I approaching this wrong? Seems like a pretty common trade grade watch to me.