I am considering purchasing an Android Tourbillon w. a Chinese movement. I have the option of getting the watch with either a black ceramic or tungsten case instead of stainless steel.
1. Could someone run down the pros and cons of ceramic vs. tungsten. What are the advantages/disadvantages of each both in terms of scratch resistance, upkeep and ability to withstand the years, and appearance? Which typically costs more, and which would you opt for if the price were equal?
2. I am curious as to which Chinese tourbillon movement is perceived as the superior one? Is there a difference in make quality or reliability between the Seagull toubillon and the Liaoning? Which one is easier to get serviced?
3. When a Chinese tourbillon movement needs to be serviced who do you take it to to get it worked on? Can this be done, and at what expense? I am not particularly concerned with it blowing up during the warranty period, but what happens when it is time to be serviced? How hard is it to find someone who could work on one or get parts if need be?
4. Does anyone know which movement the Android tourbillon watches use - the Seagull or the Lioning movement?
Thanks a lot for your help!