Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al.?

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    Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al.?

    What characteristics define the similarities and differences within and between various series designations?

    For instance (arbitrary instance, actually) the 9052 and 9400 are both within the 9xxx designation but appear to be worlds apart to me.


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    Re: Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al

    9052 is a DW, 9400 is a GW, completely different series. There's also G9000. 3 different watch series. They sometimes use the same number with different letters in front, just to confuse the matter.

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    Re: Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al

    I think they do this:

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    Re: Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al

    Sooo, what yer sayin' is (in my best Huell Howser voice), there's absolutely no logic behnd it at all!
    A man wearing a watch, outside of purely social functions (where, strictly speaking, a watch is not supposed to be worn), makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers his time something of value, not something to be wasted.




    A man wearing an ostentatiously expensive watch makes it clear to everyone in his purview that they are in the presence of a man who considers little.



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    Re: Design elements and/or feature sets that define each particular series; 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx, et. al

    DW-9100 Riseman is not a G-9100 Gulfman.

    Wrap your brain around that~

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