Rectangular Chrono/non-chrono with a gently curved case?

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    Rectangular Chrono/non-chrono with a gently curved case?

    Well folks...
    Since seeing this watch yesterday I've been thinking about finding a rectangular chrono or even non chrono watch with styling along these lines. Movado is nice, but really, it was not the name that drew me to it. I liked the style. The price is a bit high for me right now. And I'm not the name touting type. There is a Bulova that is similar, and far cheaper. I think I might go seek one out in person to see how it feels on the wrist. The Movado felt awesome. This is the Bulova Not as refined looking, when I see them side by side. Are there others of the Movado's shape that people have seen? I googled rectangular chronograph and other search terms, but don't see all that many.

    Thanks for the input.

    ND
    Watches I've got:
    Oris TT1 Diver,
    Citizen Calibre 9000 minute repeater,
    Movado Eliro Chrono,
    Fortis Spacematic Day/Date,
    Tissot T-Touch Ti,
    Seiko Ti,
    Rado Couple
    Grandpa's early Seiko automatic,
    Dad's Benrus WristAlarm

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    Re: Rectangular Chrono/non-chrono with a gently curved case?

    Perhaps a Citizens Largo Perpetual Calendar Chrono?

    I've been very happy with mine. Had it about 10 years or so, and it runs like....well.......like clockwork.

    2nd time zone and alarm as well. Nice. Solid. Functional. Zero Maintenance. Eco-Drive has treated me well. Just a suggestion.

    I do like the Movado, but as you said, not at all at that price.

    Steven
    Florida, USA




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    Seiko Chronograph Sports 150
    Citizens Eco-Drive Calibre 8700 BL8000-03A
    Citizens Eco-Drive Largo Perpetual Calendar
    TX 730 w/ FlyBack Chrono
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    Re: Rectangular Chrono/non-chrono with a gently curved case?

    TISSOT TXL Chronograph Swiss Made Quartz movement with Hour, Minute, Second and Date. Chronograph functions: 1/10 of a second counter, 30-minute counter, ADD and SPLIT time. Water-resistant to 30m/100ft. Domed scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. Stainless steel case. Stainless steel bracelet with push-button clasp.



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