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    Hi all. I’m new to this forum and learning to navigate. This is a test post to help myself feel technically savvy—or not.
    I have been a mechanical watch enthusiast for most of my adult life and have owned many brands. Last September I bought a Sinn EZM9 and REALLY enjoy it. It’s my first Sinn although I have admired the brand for years. Since September I have worn the EZM9 exclusively. It’s lightweight, legible, and well built. As I get older (60) and with my ego in check, I value those attributes more than ever. I see no reason to take it off. I joined this forum because I love reading about watches. However, I have grown weary hunting the next best gotta-have and will continue bonding with my EZM9 and learn more about the brand. Looking forward to it.Name:  D2206569-0218-45C4-A73B-2A662D3D22AA_1579376398275.jpeg
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    Re: New Here

    Welcome aboard Youpa

    Excellent choice on the EZM9

    I absolutely love mine



    Since you’re obviously a fan of titanium Sinn’s, I can highly recommend the T1 / T1B. It’s the best mechanical diver in Sinn’s lineup in my humble opinion.






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    My Seiko's: SBDB001 SD600M, SBDX001 Marine Master, SRP777, SRPA21 PADI,

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    My Sinn’s: EZM9, EZM14–T1, EZM14-T1B, U1 Professional, 836

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    Nice! Love the ezm 9. It's so light in titanium I bet it must be awesome on a nato!

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    Re: New Here

    You have chosen wisely
    Welcome aboard

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    Be aware that this site is addictive and you will find yourself on here for hours reading!! My wife hates this site. 😆
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    Re: New Here

    Congrats on your SINN and the EZM 9. I am with you regarding what fine watches SINN makes. Some of the best tool watches going.
    I suspect you really love the count down Bezel on the 9.
    To date I have committed 3 SINNS. My first was the 103 ST SA A Pilot Chronograph with arabic numerals. Second was the now retired (from production). the fantastic 936 Ralley Chronograph in black face which has the
    state of power reserve meter. Lastly, a 104 ST SA A Pilot again with the arabic numerals. The 104 is akin to the 103 just without the Chrono complexity features.
    In my mind the countdown bi-directional bezels are just so handy for cooking and other tasks which require the monitoring of elapsed time.
    The SINNs are fine time pieces which wear well (if your wrist can accommodate them), well built, practical and hardy. It is always fun to discuss them with those who are unfamiliar with the brand.
    Welcome aboard.
    What is you next SINN if I may ask?
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    Re: New Here

    If you have a penchant for fine tool watches and think one is enough, this is no place to hang out. It is downright addicting....

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    Ha! I believe the T-1 was second on my list.
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    Welcome!
    What's he building in there?...I'll tell you one thing, He's not building a playhouse for the children.

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    Welcome aboard Youpa.

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