Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

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    Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Hi Folks -
    I haven't posted this one here on the public forum, but thought that I would share some pictures. This beefy chrono is an Epos Duograph, powered by a very nicely decorated Valjoux 7751. What do you think?

    Enjoy the pictures...






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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    does have date?

    i see month , day of the week, night and day,,,

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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    The date is the red moon tipped pointer.

    No constant seconds and 24Hr is a minus, but a really nice looking watch.
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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    thanks, I thought that was second hand...LOL

    pretty steep price jump from 7750 ...

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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Quote Originally Posted by Bleh View Post
    The date is the red moon tipped pointer.

    No constant seconds and 24Hr is a minus, but a really nice looking watch.
    Actually, I like this "feature". To me, it gives the dial a cleaner look... There are only a handful of other companies that make this change to the 7751. I guess having a "dead" dial does not bother me. Thanks!

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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    I hear ya about the cleaner dial. My 7750 is lacking a constant second. It drives me nuts since I wear so many vintages that I have to check and make sure they're running often. I'm not used to this whole "New, reliable watch" thing.

    Heres my 7750:

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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Nice looking watch!




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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Thanks! Wanna trade? :P
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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Quote Originally Posted by Bleh View Post
    I hear ya about the cleaner dial. My 7750 is lacking a constant second. It drives me nuts since I wear so many vintages that I have to check and make sure they're running often. I'm not used to this whole "New, reliable watch" thing.

    Heres my 7750:


    i freaking love this watch! ive been scouerign the internet trying to find myself one with no luck.

    nice Epos too.


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    Re: Just some pics of my 7751 powered Epos Duograph

    Nice Epos, they make some very nice watches.


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