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    First 8 days with my U1-T

    First Sinn and this thing hasn't come off. Bought it as a EDC watch and it's performing perfectly and even running within COSC. I'm addicted to legibility and simplicity. I think this will be a companion for many years to come. Now I think I need a Tegminted Sinn pilot of some sort.

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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Quote Originally Posted by burdy View Post
    First Sinn and this thing hasn't come off. Bought it as a EDC watch and it's performing perfectly and even running within COSC. I'm addicted to legibility and simplicity. I think this will be a companion for many years to come. Now I think I need a Tegminted Sinn pilot of some sort.

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    The Sinn U-Series are wonderful, tough tool watches. I have worn my U2 for 11 years every day (apart when it went off for service). At first I would “baby it” but I soon realised it was far tougher than any other watch I owned previously. My U2 has travelled the world to extreme environments such as deserts and tropical rainforests... it is worn for work every day and also at the shooting range 2 or 3 times a week, with all the associated concrete, brick and hard surfaces... yet my U2 is in fantastic condition.


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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeMan View Post
    The Sinn U-Series are wonderful, tough tool watches. I have worn my U2 for 11 years every day (apart when it went off for service). At first I would “baby it” but I soon realised it was far tougher than any other watch I owned previously. My U2 has travelled the world to extreme environments such as deserts and tropical rainforests... it is worn for work every day and also at the shooting range 2 or 3 times a week, with all the associated concrete, brick and hard surfaces... yet my U2 is in fantastic condition.


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    I shoot fairly often as I have a range at home and typically I wear G-shocks when shooting for extended periods but I think I will just keep running the U1 and see how it holds up. I know guys who shoot a lot of pistol have had issues with automatics and recoil.

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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Congrats on your U1 T
    No doubt it’s an awesome tough as nails watch. Enjoy that Bad Boy for many years to come!

    For a tegimented pilot, I highly suggest the
    EZM9. Being Grade 5 titanium it’s ridiculously comfortable and light as a feather.

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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Congratulations... yes, as Snakeman says... the U series watches are incredibly tough... particularly the fully T models. Enjoy it!!
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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Congrats. Tegiment gray looks great on that Barton Elite Silicone.


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    Re: First 8 days with my U1-T

    Congratulations, buddy! Your new U1 looks great!
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    The U1 is a great watch so congratulations. Best of luck with your next Sinn acquisition.
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    Congrats! Those photos are outstanding.
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