Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

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    Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Just like the title states. I'm looking for a new produced movement that is made with the chronograph 60 minute counter instead of the 30 minute counter at the 3 position or the 12 position.
    Thanks in advance

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    All omega 9300 chronographs have a 60 minute bi-compax format. DSOTM, Speedy 57, etc.
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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Sinn EZM13

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Thanks guys... Does Hublot and Sinn purchase their movements or are they manufactured in house?

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Quote Originally Posted by AluminumStork View Post
    Thanks guys... Does Hublot and Sinn purchase their movements or are they manufactured in house?
    These new Hublots are inhouse Unico movements with a 72h power reserve and a flyback function.

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Quote Originally Posted by AluminumStork View Post
    Thanks guys... Does Hublot and Sinn purchase their movements or are they manufactured in house?
    ...and Sinn purchase theirs.

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    IWC has loads of them. They have a few in-house movements like the 89361 and 89365 that are 60 minute chronographs. Basically, if they're not using a 7750, they tend to be 60 minute chronographs.

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    Re: Does anyone produce a (new) 60 minute Chronograph counter instead of a 30 at the 3 or 12

    Well there are a lot of Seiko/microbrand mechaquartz chronographs with 60 min. counters instead of 30 min.
    Urban Chronograph anyone?

    (You did't specify automatic or quartz choreographs.)

    Just saying.
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