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    Chrono Forum?

    I know that there isn't one but I am wondering why?Almost all of the manufactures make one. In checking my watch box, 9 of my 12 watches are chrono or have timing function of some sort. Just curious.
    TAGHeuer F1
    TX 500 Series World Time

    Sector 330 Chronograph
    Orient Analog/Digital Chrono Alarm Dual Time CVZ00001B
    Reactor Graviton
    Reactor Meltdown Carbon Fiber
    Reactor Photon Chrono
    Seiko Kinetic Sports 100
    Seiko Chronograph Automatic 6139-6002
    Bulova Marine Star World Time 96C
    Bulova Vintage Chronagraph Valjoux 7733 Hirsch strap
    Citizen Eco-Drive AT1095 Chrono
    Citizen Quartz "Wind Surfing" Cal. No.D060
    G-Shock G-3010
    Casio Pathfinder PAG-40
    Casio AMW-320F ana-digi
    Zodiac Sea Ghost Z02404
    Accutron 214 movement

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    There would be a lot of yawning on that forum.

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    To be honest: We never thought we need such a forum as we don`t need a GMT forum, as we don`t have a three-hand-watches-forum.
    A chrono is just a complication and all chronos are pretty covered in our brand forums as well as on Public, Affordables, Vintage. If you are looking for a special chrono...well...we added a serach function to find posts/threads on the watch you are aiming at.

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    Quote Originally Posted by Watchbreath View Post
    There would be a lot of yawning on that forum.
    There are many who would say that about this entire website but here we are nevertheless
    TAGHeuer F1
    TX 500 Series World Time

    Sector 330 Chronograph
    Orient Analog/Digital Chrono Alarm Dual Time CVZ00001B
    Reactor Graviton
    Reactor Meltdown Carbon Fiber
    Reactor Photon Chrono
    Seiko Kinetic Sports 100
    Seiko Chronograph Automatic 6139-6002
    Bulova Marine Star World Time 96C
    Bulova Vintage Chronagraph Valjoux 7733 Hirsch strap
    Citizen Eco-Drive AT1095 Chrono
    Citizen Quartz "Wind Surfing" Cal. No.D060
    G-Shock G-3010
    Casio Pathfinder PAG-40
    Casio AMW-320F ana-digi
    Zodiac Sea Ghost Z02404
    Accutron 214 movement

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    There's far less yawning here than other sites.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nimble1 View Post
    There are many who would say that about this entire website but here we are nevertheless

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    I think its a great idea! Chrono's are my favorite watches.

    It makes as much sense as a Dive forum or 24 Hour forum. Don

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    Careful Don60..don't want to be to pushy...
    TAGHeuer F1
    TX 500 Series World Time

    Sector 330 Chronograph
    Orient Analog/Digital Chrono Alarm Dual Time CVZ00001B
    Reactor Graviton
    Reactor Meltdown Carbon Fiber
    Reactor Photon Chrono
    Seiko Kinetic Sports 100
    Seiko Chronograph Automatic 6139-6002
    Bulova Marine Star World Time 96C
    Bulova Vintage Chronagraph Valjoux 7733 Hirsch strap
    Citizen Eco-Drive AT1095 Chrono
    Citizen Quartz "Wind Surfing" Cal. No.D060
    G-Shock G-3010
    Casio Pathfinder PAG-40
    Casio AMW-320F ana-digi
    Zodiac Sea Ghost Z02404
    Accutron 214 movement

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    stuffler,mike
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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    Checked your 113 posts. If I counted correctly none on 24h and none on Diver Watches. Thanks for contributing an judging the sense such a froum would make.

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    Well Gentlemen,

    I thought the idea of a forum was to instruct and form opinions on the articles in question.

    I did as requested by the original poster and stand by it.

    Myself, I enjoy reading and learning from the posts and helping others if possible.

    I certainly would not consider going over someone's entire count of posts to make a point.That is odd.......Don

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    Re: Chrono Forum?

    My best guess would be the same reason there is no swiss forum. It is too large of a topic(as odd as that sounds), imho, to have its own forum. Though i do love and lean heavily towards chrono's myself and would love to read and possibly respond to such a forum.

    I myself tend to lurk and read more then respond, I can understand why there isnt one...but should there be one i'll enjoy it.

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