If Breguet is actually involved in this movement, I don't need to hear anything else. If you can afford it and like the style, buy it.
I do have a crappy I phone 4, but that lume looks very nicely applied. Good depth and curvature. It does not appear flat, but sculpted. I would imagine this to be difficult and time consuming. However, crappy phone,and I have never applied lume.
Last edited by nello; January 22nd, 2015 at 21:56.
By the looks of things, and these seem substantially corroborated SE, manufactures its own movements as well as using ETA ebauches. They have even developed a Tourbillon which was made in an extremely limited quantity and sold in said number of watches.
Regarding the watch in question, it looks interesting enough, and it reminds me of a Dubey & schaldenbrand or even a Franck Muller; however I don't know enough about it to try to persuade you one way or the other. If you like it enough, and think this is a keeper I would say go for it. If you are not sure and think you'll flip it down the line, I think you will take a big hit.
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The movement inside is the main attraction.Being from Lemania, I have'nt come accross any other watch sporting this movement.I believe, within a budget of $1500 there are choices for power reserve indicator complications, just want to make an informed decision regards the quality of movement.
But then the white one you've posted is missing the lume discussed above.Maybe white examples didn't come with lume (probably a drawback).
Also, the strap isn't what the SE originally came with if I'm not mistaken.Below is the original strap on a white example with the material seen on the black watch as well.
Last edited by WATCH-er; January 22nd, 2015 at 18:31.
That first watch must be used. I can't imagine a watchmaker selling a watch with a strap that looks like it was installed at WalMart.
The power reserve is a visually interesting feature that can actually be of some practical use. However the fractional "fuel gauge" display is not as informative as one showing the hours remaining.
Last edited by John MS; January 22nd, 2015 at 18:31.
The "fuel gauge" display as you aptly put it is indeed low on functionality.
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