I bought this little watch in the late winter 2020. It had been featured in the now defunct “Bring A Loupe” article on Hodinkee. The seller was Mr. Jonathan Krovitz and I had never dealt with him before. He was excellent and I hope to do business with him again in the future. During the summer of 2020 Mr. Krovitz sent me a message asking if he could facilitate communication between me and a Jardur representative - seems they were thinking about a re-issue of the Seatimer and there weren’t too many good examples out there to use as a reference. He wanted photos. It’s an interesting little watch. It has a 24 hour dial and a lot of colour. The radium is almost excessive for such a small watch (33 ish mm. See photos). I enjoy wearing it and I think it’s cool that it generated interest with the current Jardur company (I am not affiliated with them, by the way). I have not received any updates. So at Jardur’s request, I had my jeweller open it up and sent them photos. Imagine my feeling of horror when I saw that the movement name had been scratched off. “It was common for Jardur to do that” assured the Jardur rep. He explained that Jardur got their movements from a company called “Superior” and we can actually see the S on the scratched area. For the experts who see this, I suspect these movements were nothing unusual, but the watch keeps excellent time. I see the odd 24 hour dial on this Forum, notably a UG with a nice history and the odd Soviet watch. It takes a few extra seconds with that 24 hour dial to figure out what time it is, however. I get the odd comment about the DOG reference on the dial. I have attached a WIKIPEDIA screenshot that explains it. I love it. It’s a keeper!