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    Grovano Diver Chronograph

    About 99% sure Iím going to buy one. 42mm, 300mm WR, screw down pushers, Valjoux 7750. The price for a watch with these characteristics is amazing. That is unless the bracelet is poor, the crown pulls out of the case, or the bezel and dial fade in a month. I know at one time they made watches for Steinhart and others. Iíve seen mixed reviews for their non-Chronograph Diver, but only two reviews on this one (Amazon). Anybody have one or have experience with one?


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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Grovana ?
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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Yes. Grovana. Any information?


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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Quote Originally Posted by SSTOOTS View Post
    Yes. Grovana. Any information?
    Done a search ? A lot of posts about Grovana including their PLB manufacture, Revue-Thommen, Steinhart and Debaufre since 2008.
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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    7750 chrono watches are quite thick due to the movement dimensions, and a Diver 7750 will be even thicker. Just a heads up, it will be a very thick cased watch.

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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Yes Mike. Iíve looked. The only two reviews on this specific watch are the two on Amazon. And when 8 say the only two reviews, suffice it to say that Iíve looked on every watch forum.
    Do me a favor, if know better , send me a link.


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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    You should be getting your breath back SS after all that MM600 action.

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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Sold both the MM300 and MM600 . Felt like the SBDB01 was the best of both worlds. Confident that it is. Would like a Chronograph , manual, at least 42mm with 300m WR. Had a Breitling Airborne which was gorgeous but the Breitling in-house movement which was allegedly COSC, did meet those specs. Last Breitling I will ever buy. The high end Seiko Chronographs are nice but Iím not spending $2500 for a non-Spring drive movement. Iím therefore seeing what I can get for under $1000 ideally new. Discovered the Grovana Diver Chronograph which meets my criteria on all counts.


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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Quote Originally Posted by SSTOOTS View Post
    Sold both the MM300 and MM600 . Felt like the SBDB01 was the best of both worlds. Confident that it is. Would like a Chronograph , manual, at least 42mm with 300m WR. Had a Breitling Airborne which was gorgeous but the Breitling in-house movement which was allegedly COSC, did meet those specs. Last Breitling I will ever buy. The high end Seiko Chronographs are nice but I’m not spending $2500 for a non-Spring drive movement. I’m therefore seeing what I can get for under $1000 ideally new. Discovered the Grovana Diver Chronograph which meets my criteria on all counts.


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    Gawd! That was fast SS.

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    Re: Grovano Diver Chronograph

    Retired people have plenty of time!


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