Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

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    Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Can anyone recommend an affordable watch using the ETA 2892-a2 movement?

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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Hamilton might work, I know they use a 2895 in some of there watches, also Movado is worth a look.

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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Quote Originally Posted by edpare View Post
    Can anyone recommend an affordable watch using the ETA 2892-a2 movement?
    Hi,
    Would you please define "affordable" ?

    Btw: Welcome to Watchuseek and welcome to the Public Forum as well

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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Quote Originally Posted by edpare View Post
    Can anyone recommend an affordable watch using the ETA 2892-a2 movement?
    Here's an affordable (by me) 2892 (modified by Omega):
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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Gr8 pics :thanks for sharing

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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Quote Originally Posted by stuffler,mike View Post
    Hi,
    Would you please define "affordable" ?

    Btw: Welcome to Watchuseek and welcome to the Public Forum as well
    Thanks Right now, affordable is around $500. I realize that's low and I don't expect much.

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    stuffler,mike
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    Re: Poor Man's ETA 2892-a2?

    Quote Originally Posted by edpare View Post
    Thanks Right now, affordable is around $500. I realize that's low and I don't expect much.
    Well, I didn´t find one. Maybe you should look for a 2nd hand one on the bay.

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