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The SCR Special Edition. Spikes Car Radio is a weekly escape into cars, comedy and watches hosted by Spike Feresten. The SCR crew has been a special voice of encouragement for Sheffield and when Spike suggested a Special Edition SCR watch I was honored. The special edition is directly from Spike’s mind and design eye and I have to say he took the classic Diver 1A and elevated it in an inspired, and very cool blue direction. (His love of blue dial watches is no secret!) I have no doubt this first run of numbered SCR will sell out. However, not only will there be more continuing and special Sheffields to come there will likely be other SCR Spike Feresten inspired designs sprinkled into the mix!

"Jay and Sheffield have somehow brought a fashionable, sport watch to market at a fraction of the price of competitors. I don't know how they do it!"





A Very Personal Project

Watches and Porsches

I have always liked watches and cars. I remember watching the TV series Sea Hunt and James Bond movies wanting the cool watches the characters wore. Likewise, I still remember Grand Prix and being immersed in the sounds and the wide screen. When I was 11 my parents gave me my first “Dive Watch” a Sheffield Allsport. I beat the hell out of that watch and I still have it today and is pictured above. It also started me on my love of and collection of dive watches over the last 50 years. Over that time, I’d look at that watch amongst my other watches and wondered “What If?” Well, the day has come. I am pleased to offer the Sheffield All Sport 1. A revived brand and surprising value. My goal was to build this watch with the highest specification possible at a price comparable to the $13 dollar price paid in 1970 in today’s dollars. These Allsport 1 models hold their own perfectly within my own collection, high and low, with no compromise.

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Diver 1A SCR

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ALLSPORT Diver 1A, Right Crown

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Diver 1A Black

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ALLSPORT 1 Classic Gray Dial and Bezel, Right-Side Crown

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ALLSPORT 1 Classic Gray Dial, Steel Bezel, Left-Side Crown

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ALLSPORT 1 Classic Blue Dial, Steel Bezel, Right-Side Crown

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QL1 Bundle All Colors

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QL1 Blue

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QL1 Light Ivory

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QL1 Green

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QL1 Red

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More to the Story
The Allsport Diver 1A

All of the reasons why, and story of the revival of Sheffield remain the same as told in the original narrative below when I debuted the Sheffield Allsport Diver 1.

The Allsport Diver 1A is something even more special because it is the “Homage” the “Update” in watch-speak of my original Sheffield. The “A” stands for Automatic which is as close as I could get to my original hand wind. Actually the 1A can be hand wound but it’s true feature is the Seiko NH35 23 jewel movement which has 40 hours of reserve and -20 to +40 seconds accuracy per day.

All of the other performance specifications are in line with all other Sheffield watches. Sapphire crystal, 316L steel cases, aluminum bezel. The extra boost of full Swiss lume for all indices and numbers. And of course a modern “Diving” watch requires at least 20 ATM water resistance. Which the 1A has along with its true to heritage FKM rubber Tropic strap.

Visually, the “Update” is as true as possible to the original range of Sheffield Allsport Divers. The color of the indices and numbers as well as the custom tooled hands, even the cyclops date window. But the added bonus is the replica engraving of the diver on the case back which adds a special touch.

The focus on value and price remains paramount. Originally the automatic Sheffield watches ranged anywhere between $19.50 to $22.00 from the late 60’s to the early 70’s. I will use 1970 as I did for the ALLSPORT 1. The price lands, with inflation, in the mid $170’s today. And since we have been ending on the 8’s the 1A will be $178.00.

The 2023 Sheffield Allsport 1A is actually a far more robust watch than its 70’s ancestor? But back in the day it was still a “Diver” and so is the 1A.

I am very pleased with this watch in so many ways!


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