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Discussion Starter · #1 · (Edited)
Have reached the stage where I need to seriously thin out my watch collection from the last few years. Too many have crept up on me and too many are not getting enough wrist time.

I am not a watch techie nor do I have the specialist tools - so in all these attached pictures I have not opened up the back case. That’s by far the safest play otherwise more than likely the case will get scratched and the water tight seal broken.

I'm based in Singapore and Malaysia. Will ship internationally - see below.

I am not responsible for any customs or import fees. Those charges are the sole responsibility of the buyer.

I will try my best to ship the item within five business days after payment has been received. All items are shipped with Delivery Confirmation. Items over US $250 will be insured and shipped with Signature Confirmation.

Return Policy:

Sorry, but with long distance sales I do not do returns or refunds. All sales are final. The photos tell the story.

International Buyers-Shipment

I will ship internationally. From down here in SE Asia the best, slightly cheapest and most reliable is DHL. In Singapore Dollars to:

Singapore - $43
Asia Pacific - $74
USA, Canada, Japan - $75
Europe, Middle East, India - $96
RoW – Sorry, no sales to these destinations

Shippage is at cost – I make no money on it.

Please contact me first by email if interested or any questions: [email protected].

Also please note all prices you see here are in SINGAPORE (not US!) Dollars.

PAYMENT - Only by PAYPAL. (I will carry all the fees).

PRICE: Singapore $650.

Thanks for looking.

One of the rarest Squale Divers in very good condition. It was fully serviced about 15 months ago and water tested and pressurised. Keeps perfect time. Based on the Blancpain model.

The dial, case, crown and bezel are all in very good shape and original. Attractive reflective midnight Blue dial. Matt blue bezel. Crown at 4 o’clock.

There is about a 1 cm scratch on the original domed glass in the lower right area. Anti-reflective coating.

It is fitted with a non-Squale aftermarket soft flexible rubber divers strap. This is slightly – by maybe 1/2mm – too small at the corner case fitting (not the lugs) but that does not detract from its use.

The lume on the indices is still quite effective and a bit less so on the hands. The white hour hand fill is somewhat aged and the original white on the plongeur orange hand has faded a little bit.

In very good shape given its age. 1980s.


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Discussion Starter · #2 ·

Thanks to the buyer.

Also a "sorry" to the many who contacted me on it.

Squale seems to be very popular...
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