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    Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    especially those popular ones, ETA 2824, CW200 etc. Question valid only for small collection..

    I am asking because many times this is the only box un-ticked..

    any comments are welcome..

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    My father has a lot of the pro Rolex models so I am sure he has the same movement 4-5 times over.

    I have two automatic Vostoks that use the 2416 movement.

    I have a Rado with an ETA 2836-2 (day removed) and a Breitling with a ETA 2824...these are the same movements.

    I would like to add another Lemanina 5100 movement watch to my collection.

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    Yes. As I am partial to vintage Longines thin manual watches, I have 3 that have the L847 movement.

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    I don’t suppose I could play the small collection card but many of my first watches had the SW200 in them.

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    Got a few 2824's and two 861's. Got two Undones with the same mechaquartz chrono movement as well.
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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    Currently my five watches contain an Omega 1861, two ETA 2893s, a Seiko 7S26, an IWC 30110 (really an ETA 2893). So really, I have three ETA 2893s. One is likely on it's way out, and will be replaced by most likely a Sellita or an STP.

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    Bunch of ETA 2824s and 2893s. Couple chronos w Seagull ST19. Several Seikos w 6R15.
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    I love microbrands so I see a lot of the NH35 from Seiko.

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    ETA & ESA

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    Re: Do you have more than one watch with same calibre

    Currently have two Rolexes with the 3135. There was one point where I had 5 Seikos with the 6R15 (thus, the username).
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