I need help deciding what to do with my old Tissot PRC 100 Titanium. I've owned it for over 5 years, and it has collected a lot of scratches around the bezel as well as a broken bar in one of the bracelet links. Being titanium, most of the Tissot vendors I've approached have told me the scratches cannot be buffed out, and I've been told that as the bar in the link has snapped (rather than just fallen out) the entire bracelet will need to be replaced.
The watch cost me around $600 AUD when it was new, and the bracelet replacement plus battery change is going to cost in the ballpark of $250 AUD. And it will still be scratched to hell.
I've since upgraded to a Tudor North Flag, so I have no real need for the Tissot other than sentimental value. What do you all think I should do, try to get it repaired, or on-sell as-is for a fraction of its purchase price?