Good or bad movement?

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    Good or bad movement?

    I am looking at a couple corum admiral's cup watches. Most of them have a CO753 movement. Is that considered a good movement?

    I am an amateur watch collector, and wonder how you determine if a watch movement is good or bad. What are the qualities that I should consider?

    Please enlighten me :]

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    Re: Good or bad movement?

    Yes, it is. It is based on the ETA Valjoux 7753, which is a good, proven, movement.
    Here is more information: http://www.eta.ch/

    cheers,
    Jake.
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