I've been going down the rabbit hole of watches and watching and reading tons about them, it's turning into an obsession. While I mainly care about the aesthetic value of watches, the engineering side of it is incredibly interesting too. I've heard that Sellita are poor mans ETA who straight up took their expired copyright design and reproduced it. If so I guess Sellita is in last place. Now what about the other 3? Is there ever a case where an ETA or Valjoux movement outperforms an official COSC in-house?
And out of curiousity, where does Seiko, Orient and Seagull movements fit in, in terms of build quality and chronometer value?
Thanks for reading u guys rock, hope you have a nice 2019 :)