Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

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    Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    Based in the US and Canada.

    http://www.st-moritz.com/pages/products.php

    Seem to offer quite a range to suit alot of tastes.

    I am contemplating getting their Seiko 5 look-alike quartz.

    http://www.st-moritz.com/pages/atlas.php

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    Re: Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    No reply ? I´d ask on Affordables. I know there are some St. Moritz owners.

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    Re: Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    I like 'em! My wife has a yellow M-1 I bought her a year or so ago and it has been a good watch. Been used pretty hard in salt water (though we don't dive) and it keeps coming back for more. Just got back from South Florida, and you see them in Dive shops a lot.
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    Re: Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    Canadian-based company. My wife owns one for swimming and snorkelling and loves it. Good parts, good production/manufacturing and reliable.

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    Re: Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    Great Watches I owned 3 , 2 of the 200M M1's yellow and orange dial, and the black chronograph name escapes me.
    Just moved on that is all, great watches.
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    Robt
    Quote Originally Posted by DW-5600E View Post
    Based in the US and Canada.

    http://www.st-moritz.com/pages/products.php

    Seem to offer quite a range to suit alot of tastes.

    I am contemplating getting their Seiko 5 look-alike quartz.

    http://www.st-moritz.com/pages/atlas.php
    " For watches there's always TIME "

    I was asked what the time was that was on my watch ?
    Does anybody really know what time it is ?
    Does anybody really care ?
    If so I can't imagine why..........
    I do, I do, I do care about time.
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    Re: Anyone heard of St. Moritz watches?

    Thanks for the responses.

    Good to know they've got a positive reputation.

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