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    Angry Italian Watches

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    Ike GMT Leggero, water-resistant watch with polycarbonate case and bracelet, rotating bezel, mineral glass, quartz movement.
    BTO BT2, chronograph with polycarbonate case and bracelet, steel crown and pushbuttons, dial available in red, black, white or multi-colour, quartz movement.
    VaBene Grimoldi-Milano, chronograph with white or black polycarbonate case and bracelet, plated pink gold bezel, quartz movement.
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    Re: Italian Watches

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post

    Is it a new Rolex brand ?

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    Re: Italian Watches

    Plastic cases too
    ToddH

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    Re: Italian Watches

    Are there any italian-made movements available in current production?

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    Re: Italian Watches

    ffamora, more than one company bases its business model on "homages." Some of them are actually pretty decent watches - Steinhart springs to mind.

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    Re: Italian Watches

    Quote Originally Posted by Admira View Post
    Are there any italian-made movements available in current production?
    No. Not sure when the last Italian made movement was made, but bear in mind that even the real Panerai used non-Italian movements.

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