A sticking point I keep tripping over.
I really like the case design of the EZM3.
I really prefer the dial, hands, and Titanium of the T2.
As I vacillate between these two pieces as a "one watch for all"... At ~$2000 or $3000... I keep coming back to my experience with Marathon.
The movement in the EZM3 and T2 is the exact same movement as in the Marathon GSAR. (Well until Sinn uses the new policy to swap around movements as they need to/see to.)
Now I know Sinn tweaks and uses oils and AR... But here is my experience.
That GSAR was one of the most infuriating devices I have owned. I had wanted a "quality automatic tool watch" for some time. Coming from always wearing quartz tritium watches... The GSAR checked a lot of boxes.
What it didn't do... Was keep time worth a S--t. One day it lost 3 seconds. One day it lost 18 seconds. One day a whopping 45 seconds. And there was no rhyme or reason to how much on what day.
On day 26 I wrote a long letter with a list of how many seconds the watch had deviated per day to Marathon. They didn't argue much and let me return the watch to Amazon. So I went back to my 12 year old Luminox 3602.
I really like the "idea" of getting the EZM3 or T2. But can help wonder... Will either one be any good as a watch?
So anyone wear either one of these everyday and feel they keep good time?