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What Watch Are You Wearing Today?

Discussion in 'The Dressing Room' started by OrangeSport, Saturday May 10, 2014.

  1. thegallus1

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    Direnzo Type 250F

    This is from a small microbrand funded through Kickstarter and Indiego. Designed by an Italian architect, Sergio Direnzo, uses a Seiko NH35 movement, double domed sapphire crystal with anti reflective coating, cream dial,brown leather strap and made in Switzerland. It is named after the Maserati 250F that Juan Manuel Fangio drove in the 1957 F1 race at the Nurburgring where he broke the record nine times in the last ten laps.
     
  2. FrankieG

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    That's such a neat and clean Italian design. Great looking watch!
     
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  3. jar

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    Today some NoNami Chinese GSM watch phone.
     
  4. The Swatch watches don't have a TC quartz movement? Not sure, but it would be cool if they have.

    My wife has a Certina DS Action with a TC quartz (COSC certified as well) which so far is very accurate as well. In the past month it gained less than a second (compared to the atomic clock time source I use to set the time against).

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    Pitralon forever - Real pens have a nib - If it doesn't tick, it's not a watch.
     
  5. ob21

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    longine.jpg today...
     

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  6. Bogeyman

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    Since the own/manufacture ETA they use their own movements obviously which are the best unless you want to shell out mega money for a Japanese thermo compensated HEQ.

    Here's just one that they use:

    https://perrinwatchparts.com/products/quartz_watch_movement_eta_805111?variant=31731221572
     
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  7. I only have one pet peeve with most ETA quartz movements; the irregularity of the second hand motion. The high end Omega movements (e.g. in the Seamaster X-33) and the recent Longines VHP movement show that they can do it right. Why not fix it for their other quartz movements?

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