Is anyone rockin the Sinn 936??
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    Is anyone rockin the Sinn 936??

    I cant find much of anything around here. Are there any 936 fans? Opinions?
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    Re: Is anyone rockin the Sinn 936??

    I'm a fan, I think it looks badass. I have never seen one before though.

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    Is anyone rockin the Sinn 936??

    I want to love it, I really do.

    But until Sinn/everyone else develops a thin chronograph movement they are just to thick. This is the reason I sold my 757. The 936 has the same problem IMO. Beautiful mid case but the thick case back makes the whole watch sit way to high on the wrist. I really don’t like the lug tips floating 2mm-4mm above my wrist.

    Now the 10.5mm thin 836 is just perfection on the wrist with its very thin case back


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    Re: Is anyone rockin the Sinn 936??

    And that is precisely why I sold my EZM13. The bigger issue is the case back profile. Just to wedge shaped. The EZM 1.1 movement SZ1 (I think?) is thinner and allows for a much flatter case... Very cool watch though.
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