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    Hold on, I thought EZM4s were all SS? But the 157...

    Hold on, I thought EZM4s were all SS? But the 157 is the same case and did come in Ti, so is the Ti one a 157 converted????
    In any case, I would choose the Ti version
    Dave
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    Poll: Al, this has to be your decision. So no vote...

    Al, this has to be your decision.
    So no vote from me either.
    The way you phrased the question makes me think you may have made up your mind, and the way your introduce the post also indicates you...
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    I am thinking that this may have been the watch...

    I am thinking that this may have been the watch made for as the prototype for the ZUZ commander, so that he could assess it and decide whether to buy these, or revert back to the EZM1 that he had...
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    What's with all these great purchases??? ...

    What's with all these great purchases???
    Nothing for ages then Bam BAAAAM, an EZM4 and now a ZUZ ???
    Wow.
    So - un-numbered, are we thinking this is the commanders prototype?
    And was this the one...
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    I like it very much, well done. I always liked...

    I like it very much, well done. I always liked the dial balance of this, with running seconds balanced by day-date and no sub-dials at 12 or 6.
    The shrouded pushers also look great on this case...
  6. Posted as a reply as I apparently cannot write...

    Posted as a reply as I apparently cannot write more than 10000 characters per post

    We got chatting over e-mail about this model and chronographs in general, as we clearly shared this interest ...
  7. A Rare Occurence- A Lemania Re-Issue Prototype to "Review" - The Siduna M3440

    I spend far too much time on this hobby, but I guess it keeps me from more harmful, dangerous or otherwise deleterious stuff.
    I spend some time searching, looking at (some of) the online watch...
  8. Hi there I see no great problem with this watch....

    Hi there
    I see no great problem with this watch.
    Lemania made their chronograph movements with the same dimensions to be interchangeable, so the later Cal220 movement does fit.
    In service all...
  9. Surely this is wrong - 1970s Heuer Lemania 1873 "Golden Hours"

    Just spotted this

    It is for sale at a high price and describes itself as

    Very rare and attractive vintage Heuer chronograph in 18k gold.

    This beautiful heuer comes from the 1970ís when the...
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    It's Tutima on Chrono24 day today. Here...

    It's Tutima on Chrono24 day today.

    Here is the early Flieger version of the L5100 - not a bad price given how ferociously Tutima prices their bracelets (over 1/3 of asking price)

    Not a bad...
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    Lovely little thing. The 2310 is kust a later...

    Lovely little thing.
    The 2310 is kust a later reference for a further development of the earlier CH27C12 (which itself is simply a reference to the size in mm and the 12 hr capability of the...
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    HI there, and welcome back - it's been a while....

    HI there, and welcome back - it's been a while.
    Some great additions there. I have never handled an EZM4, I would like to.
    Dave
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    I see Tutima ZUZ number 27...

    I see Tutima ZUZ number 27 is on the market.

    Price dropping significantly......

    Perhaps he needs to open it up to an English speaking market.

    Dave
  14. Still got it - and still lovely

    Still got it - and still lovely
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    To be honest, no. They clearly know a reasonable...

    To be honest, no. They clearly know a reasonable amount about it if they are claming it cost DM1200 from Sinn, and this seems a high price.
    The main 1-12 font is relatively modern, the tritium lume...
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    The is gorgeous. Would grace any classic car. No...

    The is gorgeous. Would grace any classic car. No doubt at all. And it is a dash clock/stopwatch.
    I have to say I have never seen a black dialled version before....
    Let alone one woth those hands...
  17. I can't help but think I ought to have one of...

    I can't help but think I ought to have one of those Zeniths........

    Dave
  18. Sorry, don't like it. Seamaster cases were...

    Sorry, don't like it.
    Seamaster cases were screwback way before 1969.
    The crown is all wrong
    The case is not any kind of waterproof design or familiar for this era.
    Never seen a California dial...
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    I think it is Jovial, found more by luck than...

    I think it is Jovial, found more by luck than judgement - I certainly didn't know before I looked

    4984

    Dave
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    Hi there Even more interesting. We have...

    Hi there
    Even more interesting.
    We have discussed over PM the fact that Pattern 6 stopwatches were almost exclusively Waltham ones, used for Sonar range finding and with a very short duration, not...
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    There is an Ebay auction for a Hamilton Chrono...

    There is an Ebay auction for a Hamilton Chrono for sale in France, listed as a V7750, when in fact it is quite a reasonable 5100. Search Hamilton HTC456 to see it, it has 2 days to run and is only at...
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    Yep, I complained to Ebay when this was listed...

    Yep, I complained to Ebay when this was listed there, and complained by PM to the seller too.
    His reply to me was

    "And what makes you such an expert?"

    Awful franken
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    And $38000 for a Zenith A386 too. Seems everyone...

    And $38000 for a Zenith A386 too.
    Seems everyone wanted to get into a frenzy
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    Seen a few of these...

    Seen a few of these in the past, but never one with real life pictures (usually catalogue shots).
    Quite nice price for an 1873 chrono with new (non vintage) 100m WR, and I might be tempted if it had...
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    Absolutley it will. HERE...

    Absolutley it will.
    HERE is a link showing the Omega diagram and art number designation for the 1045.
    Good luck
    Dave

    ps - this is the first time I have ever heard of that problem
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