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This is a link to the Movado Group service centers, they make ESQ watches. It appears your watch has had water seep inside the case. It could be the seals around the caseback or crown. Whether repair is worth it, is up to you. I have had Casio dive watches I have sent into repair because I liked them, not for the value of the watch. In general ESQ makes a nice watch and if you like it, why not see what repair would cost. However, if this is a moisture problem, more than just visible corrosion has probably occured and the movement could compromised, if that is the case the costs of repair might outweigh just purchasing another watch. Good luck and I hope you found this helpful,
You can either contact Movado directly (they make the esq watches) or you can ask any REAL jewelry store to contact the company for you and ask about this as long as they carry either Movado or Esq in their store (don't ask the jewelry counter at your local department store).
Please call this number 1-718-7298600 x 272, order a strap for kc1232, usually it takes you 7 days to receive this strap, and there will be four new screws comes with your order, I believe it cost you $18.00 to have new strap.