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Scurfa Bell Diver

Scurfa Bell Diver Some of you reading this may already be familiar with the Scurfa Bell Diver and it might seem like this review is a bit late. Yes, Paul from Scurfa came out with this watch over a year ago, and I have just recently got one in hand. For whatever reason, I never reviewed this watch when it originally debuted, and to be honest, I am glad that I didn’t, because now it comes wit...

Scurfa Diver One 2.0

Scurfa Diver One 2.0 The dive watch. We all love them. Well, at least I do. What is better than a really well built, classic looking dive watch? An affordable one. Yes, the Scurfa Diver One 2.0 is using a quartz movement, but it is also $234 shipped and it has all the bells and whistles we look for, including a custom made rubber strap. An evolution to the Rolex Comex divers, and an evolution to i...

Scurfa Watches Diver One Silicone

As the title states, this is a look at the upgraded Scurfa Diver One Silicon. You might remember the review that Michael Wolfe did on the previous version last year.. if not check it out HERE What Scurfa, and owner Paul Scurfield decided to do was give it some upgrades, and keep the price basically the same. So now you have a lumed ceramic bezel instead of aluminum, a domed sapphire crystal., a si...

scurfa-diver-one-watch-review

If you are looking for a 200-meter rated dive watch that will not break the bank, then look no further than the Diver One Silicon from Scurfa Watches. Over the past month or so, I had many discussions with Paul Scurfield about the idea behind his watches. Paul, a watch enthusiast and professional saturation diver, explained that the primary goal was to make one watch for his workmates while on any...

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