ROLEX Submariner 114060
ROLEX Explorer II 216570
SEIKO Marine Master SBDX012
PANERAI Submersible PAM00682
ORIS TT1 Diver Date
OMEGA Seamaster Diver 300M
OMEGA Speedmaster Pro Moon
DOXA Sub 1200T Professional
ALPINA Startimer Pilot Chrono
Zenith for me - date function, smoother second hand, choice of sizes (38mm for me), more interesting and colourful dial
i think the zenith is a far more interesting watch. aesthetically and historically. i'd go 38mm as well.
Of the two, the zenith for me. High beat and with date.
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Zenith is a better watch albeit less versatile
Ball, Breitling, Omega, Rolex, Tag Heuer and Titoni
Zenith. But to be honest, I would go 38mm instead of 42.
Jaeger Lecoultre Master Grande Ultra Thin Date, Bucherer Edition
Rolex Sea Dweller 4000, ref 116600 / Datejust, ref 116234 / Milgauss, ref 116400
Longines Conquest Heritage 1954-2014 (#13 of 60)
Grand Seiko SBGA011 / SBGV005
Sinn 140 A (#087 of 500)
Another vote for the zenith. Also, it's an automatic column chronograph movement with date and higher beat.
14060m, 16200, Pam48, AT8500, El Primero 1969, Speedy FOIS, Antea KS, Orion Minimatik, ST8000SA Tourbillon, Zeppelin 7618-1
want: ALS Saxonia, PP Nautilus,
Zenith for me.
Zenith gets my vote here. You can always buy the Speedy later, the zenith may/may not be available in a few years.
I'm a fan of the Speedy but in this case I'll go with Zenith. There's just something so special about the El Primero, to me anyway. But I'll look for the 38mm version. The 42mm Zenith wears big so try it out first before you buy. If I were to buy a Speedy Pro, I'll buy the hesalite crystal 3570 at a lower price.
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