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    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Hehe hanggang tingin nalang tayo.

    Baka apo ko na mag bebenefit sa haba ng waiting list. 🤣

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    Diba nga, "You don't just own a Rolex, you just get on the waitlist for the next generation" Hahaha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingoftheNorth View Post
    Diba nga, "You don't just own a Rolex, you just get on the waitlist for the next generation" Hahaha!
    Precisely! 🤣

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    chinese mechanical chronograph What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]

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    #4344
    Quote Originally Posted by tsupermario View Post

    chinese mechanical chronograph What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]
    Noiiceee... san niyo nabili, sir? Pabulong naman

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsupermario View Post

    chinese mechanical chronograph What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]
    simply nice.
    like my old seiko quartz chrono.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    I immediately noticed the difference in the print quality of the word "DAYTONA" thanks to countless hours drooling over it on the internet.
    Is it noticeable to the naked eye bro? What's striking to me aside from needing a loupe to spot the difference is they also made a functioning replica of the movement. 😳

    Some years back they just stuck a generic quartz or mechanical movement in there.

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    Despite not as popular as Swiss or Japanese automatic movements, Chinese movements offer a more affordable alternative. I would say they are much better than getting a trendy quartz watch.

    Below is my Colomer & Sons (Spain) Il Palio Automatic Chronograph with a Chinese Seagull ST1940 movement:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Wh1stl3r View Post
    Is it noticeable to the naked eye bro? What's striking to me aside from needing a loupe to spot the difference is they also made a functioning replica of the movement. What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]

    Some years back they just stuck a generic quartz or mechanical movement in there.
    Yes bro.

    The printing on the replica is not as sharp as the authentic one.

    Also as what the host said, if they can do this with 1000 gbp, imagine if they invested a little more on fine tuning the finish.

    We will all be royally f'd.



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    Quote Originally Posted by BlancNoir View Post
    Yes bro.

    The printing on the replica is not as sharp as the authentic one.

    Also as what the host said, if they can do this with 1000 gbp, imagine if they invested a little more on fine tuning the finish.

    We will all be royally f'd.



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    Onga no. Side by side the difference is striking. The red font color is different. Even the markers look different.

    But to the ordinary person who isn't too familiar with the details and have no point of comparison they will probably pass off as original.

    If they can make that good a watch for 1000 GBP why don't they just make their own brand? If they want people to change their negative perception of Chinese watches they have to start something original.

    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Despite not as popular as Swiss or Japanese automatic movements, Chinese movements offer a more affordable alternative. I would say they are much better than getting a trendy quartz watch.

    Below is my Colomer & Sons (Spain) Il Palio Automatic Chronograph with a Chinese Seagull ST1940 movement:

    I just wish they'd come up with their own designs. Most are derivative of well known Swiss models. Maybe something that showcases Chinese culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by c_cube View Post
    Noiiceee... san niyo nabili, sir? Pabulong naman

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    thanks. I had it purchased in china What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]

    Quote Originally Posted by Egan101 View Post
    Despite not as popular as Swiss or Japanese automatic movements, Chinese movements offer a more affordable alternative. I would say they are much better than getting a trendy quartz watch.

    Below is my Colomer & Sons (Spain) Il Palio Automatic Chronograph with a Chinese Seagull ST1940 movement:

    how long is the watch with you sir? the seagull 1963 I posted has a ST21 movement. bang for the buck column wheel chrono hehe

What brand of watch do you wear? [Merged]