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    Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    The only thing that is holding me back from purchasing one is my wrist size. (6.8"/~17cm). If you have a wrist circumference of 7"/18cm or under and you own an EZM 1.1, could you please post a wrist shot on this thread so I can get an idea of how it wears? I would really appreciate it. Thank you

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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    Mines getting serviced right now but I believe I posted a shot in the stickied EZM 1 thread.


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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    I'd try to find a nice original EZM1... I've had both and sold the 1.1 as it was too big and heavy (SS vs original Ti) for my 7" wrist... fantastic watch but I prefer the OG
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    Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    Quote Originally Posted by jsohal View Post
    Mines getting serviced right now but I believe I posted a shot in the stickied EZM 1 thread.


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    This is one of the reasons I no longer own my EZM 1.1. I have same size wrists as Op, and while the watch wore extremely well considering the height, it had to go back to the fatherland exactly one month after taking possession. RGM cannot work on the SZ caliber here in the states. Even worse, once it came back to me, there was debris on the dial and scratches on the AR from it's trip to the service bench (some spa...) and the chrono broke down again within a week.

    I purchased new from watchbuys, they did make me whole, but having spent almost 3x as long away for service than on my wrist, and the fact that the issue was NOT fixed, I elected to let this model go. Just something to consider.



    It was a good looking watch, however. Def feels special.




    6.75 inch wrist. 171mm
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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    Oedipus, faulty condition aside, I think the watch looks great on your wrist. Ergo, it would look great on the OP's wrist.
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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    ... I sold mine, too. My wrist is 6,75.

    Do not get me wrong: it is possible and looks fine BUT if you have the choice between the original EZM-1 and the EZM 1.1 you will always prefer the EZM-1!
    So no wristtime for the EZM 1.1 .....

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    I’ve got same wrist size as you and traded for a EZM1.1 a month and a half ago and have wore it daily since. I like it a lot. I do think its little brother EZM3 is basically as perfect of fit watch for me there is, but the 1.1 isn’t *that* much bigger. The extra thickness is a little noticeable but not obnoxiously so.

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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    Quote Originally Posted by UOhrli View Post
    ... I sold mine, too. My wrist is 6,75.

    Do not get me wrong: it is possible and looks fine BUT if you have the choice between the original EZM-1 and the EZM 1.1 you will always prefer the EZM-1!
    So no wristtime for the EZM 1.1 .....
    I’m actually the opposite. I have an EZM 1.1 and sourced an EZM 1 and my EZM 1.1 gets all of the wrist time.


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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    My wrist is about 7.25”, but I can’t imagine it would look too large on you.



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    Re: Considering purchase of an EZM 1.1 ........

    Wrist size: 6.7"
    For me, fits perfectly. So many things about this watch Sinn did right.
    Confession: Traded my first 1.1 , then got it back in a trade ....then traded it again.
    Just bought the one I have now.
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