I have been contemplating on a watch with the Power Reserve Indicator complication and came accross a model by SE with a Lemania 8876 movement.I narrowly missed out on winning one on the bay.How sophisticated is the Lemania 8876?I'm asking because I have'nt seen much information on this movement here as well as the web.To top it, here seems to be a lack of information on this watch brand which seems to be better known in Germany/Austria. Searching online I could come across a similar model, albeit in white on a couple of other forums.
Could anyone here tell me more about the movement?Is the double power reserve indicator complication solely found on higher end watches?What is it about this movement that warrants exclusivity which sellers generally tout as a selling point?
The one I missed out on the bay is pictured below.Not sure if it will prove a dear miss, especially since the markers on the black dial almost seem to be crudely filled with lume as an afterthought.Is this a dial defect or is meant to be like this.The numbers almost seem "lumpy", for lack of a better word.Has the dial been re-lumed?
Coming to my main query, is the Lemania 8876 used in any other watches of repute?Something that is still in production within $1500 used?