It just may be the Omega - De Ville Prestige Co-Axial Small Seconds.
It's 10.05 mm, not that thin, but very thin watches haven't been in, in
decades. Look for an Omega that uses the Cal. 2500C, the movement is
Last edited by Watchbreath; April 25th, 2008 at 00:41.
Jaeger Lecoultre Master Ultra Thin? 1.85MM Thick.
Where should your questions lead to ?
What is the Deepest Automatic Certified Chronometre besides the new Sea Dweller Deep Sea & the Seawolf ?
Dive watch with the deepest rating?
What is the THINNEST new automatic Certified Chronometre watch that is being sold righ now ?
Jaeger book does not specify but if memory serves me correctly none of Jaegers movements are. They test their movements for I believe over 1000 hours and their spec is superior to COSC. I know this applies to most of their movements but not certain about the Ultra Thin. Jaeger is almost always one of the first to innovate. Atmos clock, runs on air, worlds first watch that uses no lubricants, etc. etc.
Last edited by SlaveToTheTimePiece; April 24th, 2008 at 23:18.
The vanilla Omega Deville Prestige is thinner than the small seconds version -- 8mm... however neither have minute indices so it might be tough to test =P
Concord used to sell some very thin chronometers, but now they're being rebranded as an Hublot big bang clone.
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