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    Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    I'll start ... my one and only El Primero -




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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    Omega caliber 321 inside a 1968 Seamaster:




    Omega caliber 861 (the replacement for the 321) inside a 1968 De Ville:


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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    Those are real beauties, Dennis!
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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    Breguet Type XX - Lemania Column Wheel with Flyback Modification




    Chronic flipper...


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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    Lovely movement! I think the Ebel 137/Le Modulor uses the same base Lemania caliber (1340/1350, if I'm not mistaken?). The movement in the Breguet probably has a much nicer finish though, in addition to the Flyback function (Lemania cal. 1372). Planning to get an E-type cal. 137 Ebel in a few months, that should be fun!

    Actually, come to think of it the cal. 137 in the Ebel has a cam switching mechanism, are you sure the Breguet cal. 582 has a column wheel?
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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    I own 2 chronos, but I actually use this one to time things:


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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    146HP. Crappy pic, but the only one I've got.


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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    I know it's not popular around here but it's the only one I own so I gotta give some love to the 7750


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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    My Leonard Tricompax 7750, is all I have right now.







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    Re: Show us your favorite chronograph (movement).

    As much as I like the Poljot 3133 movement I gifted the watch to my father because it wasn't getting the wrist time it deserves.
    It's a reliable movement, buttery smooth to wind and it's running within COSC specs for the past 2 years after a good tweaking from my watchmaker.

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