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    The Quintessential Sinn?

    Hello all,

    I should be visiting Frankfurt in the middle of the year and am considering getting a Sinn to commemorate the visit.


    What would you say is the quintessential Sinn?



    Also, what are the chances of getting a 956 adler somewhere? (I am in fact an Eintracht Frankfurt fan!!!)
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    ...chances for a 956 Adler? Sorry, none at all.

    A SINN to remember .... the 103 is always a sure bet.
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    356 acrylic on a bracelet!
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    I see that you're in the Seychelles. What about one of the dive watches, assuming you get the chance to swim in the Ocean?
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    Quote Originally Posted by Roningrad View Post
    356 acrylic on a bracelet!
    +1!

    A 556 or a 104 (on bracelet) would also be great choices

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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tribonian View Post
    I see that you're in the Seychelles. What about one of the dive watches, assuming you get the chance to swim in the Ocean?
    I dive as well!

    Which diver do you have in mind?
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    Quote Originally Posted by UOhrli View Post
    ...chances for a 956 Adler? Sorry, none at all.
    Appreciate your brutal honestly! :)
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    Quote Originally Posted by dsabinojr View Post
    I dive as well!

    Which diver do you have in mind?
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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    A Sinn is about tech and being a classic all arounder....my vote goes to the 856! (Although I love my 104 and 556 just as much)


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    Re: The Quintessential Sinn?

    The challenge is that Sinn produce so many great models with different functions for different purposes.

    I love the 356 for a good old Pilot's Chronograph, love the 556 (i or A) for simplicity, 856 UTC because... it's just great, plus has tegiment (and, obviously, a UTC function).
    I love the U2 as a diver. The T1 is also excellent of course; and the U1 seems to be a favourite of many.

    But in the end, I wanted something "different" to my existing divers, chronographs, etc. so focussed on the EZM's (Mission Timers), and bought a brilliant EZM 3F directly from Sinn in Frankfurt.

    Bit of a long answer, but it boils down to what you want. The left-handed crown, incredibly clear dial, great case size, and count-down bezel of the EZM 3F mission timer swung it for me.

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