I've been looking for an "affordable" trinity watch, being AP, VC, and PP.
I've come across a few 1001 1003 and 2003 watches. They were billed as thinnest movements in the world during their time
and can still be seen as competitive in this category. Not many mechanical movements are thinner.
I've read things that give these movements something of a legendary status. However, I don't know much about
how reliable/good these movements can be. I like the 1001 because you can get it in a second subdial flavor. However the others are thinner and more modern.
I'd like to know what folks think about these movements. Are they worth owning. Are they a headache? In case of failure, would they be crazy expensive to fix? Do they do a decent job of keeping time? Can I adjust the time regularly without damaging the movement?