I didnít say that the 2500 didnít keep good time. I just appreciate seeing the 8xxx series movements. They look and preform well. Plus I think itís an added benefit in omegas corner.
Also, the 2500 powered POs donít sell for as high as the ceramics, similarly to that of sub. Again, ceramics have a higher msrp to begin with.
Only the limited aluminum offerings from both companies have crazy resale prices because of the rarity. The liquid metal 2500 PO and say a 50th anniversary hulk.
Itís safe to assume that the population agrees with my sentiment; ceramic is an advantage over aluminum. Itís scratch proof. Not to mention, you donít see omega going back to aluminum, they and the entire watch production community view them as better. Open your eyes, many companies are introducing ceramic as an advantage.
Instead of jumping to conclusions, perhaps you should ask for clarification.
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