I am new to Swiss watches and ETA movements. I have been a Seiko freak for several years now and a recent purchase of a nice used Doxa 750T has been a nice experience getting acquainted with an ETA 2824 movement.
I have a Doxa 5000T coming in and I have heard many good things about the 2892 movement contained within.
I have heard the 2892 compared to the Rolex 3135 movement, Grand Seiko movements etc.
These are both 25 jewel, 28800 bph movements.
I have heard that the 2824 is really tough and robust, while the 2892 is a bit smaller with lighter parts in in.
If anyone can give me a "ETA for Dummies" briefing on these movements I would really appreciate it.