More than four years ago, I asked about a shameless automatic "replica" that I had been given and was advised that the movement was probably a Seagull TY2876. A few days ago, my younger son showed me a Yongeret Bresson automatic watch that his wife had given him. It appeared to beat 8 times per second and when I Googled the make, I learned that it too might rely on a Seagul ebauche. Since my replica, though worn rarely (I feel embarrassed) still keeps good time as does the French watch. I am interested in buying a watch that uses a Seagull movement as Seagull may be at an interesting point in their history. Naturally, I would prefer a Chines Sea-Gull using their own movement but as these are not so easy to find here, can anyone comment on the Western makers that use the ebauches of at least fair quality? I note that Fossil supposedly do so and they are readily available. The makers themselves appear a little coy about describing the insides of their products. Many thanks for any advice. I am, alas, not in the ranks of the big spenders but I find the history of mechanical developments fascinating.