I happened to come across this Enicar in Krakow and I bought for £25. I have tried to have a look online but I really can't find anything similar to it.
Do you happen to know what kind of watch is it? The diameter without crown is around 30mm.
Movement is an ETA900 and tbh the watch looks like a mix and match of parts. The dial is refinished (just look at the alignment of the 5 and 7 markers with the 15 and 45 seconds markers on the subdial), the caseback has no Enicar markings (I guess not even on the outside where most are singed), even the case itself and the crown appear to be generic. Coming from Poland I would not be surprised of my theory about random parts thrown together. Just my 2 cents, I could be wrong on all of the above
Whoever sold you this watch, you've made his (her) day. 25 Złoty would have been too much. Take it from the positive side: experience adds up to knowledge, knowledge adds up to wisdom.
Don't be insulted, please! Also this kind of postings adds to our knowledge and are part of the community, sometimes even better than jointly confirming the undisputed originality of a luxury brand watch. And I bet you, it also tells you the time. One train not missed might already be worth more than £25.
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