Just wanted to bring this thread up to the top. Just got a 556 and have been wearing it constantly since I got it a week ago. Have had an EZM2, UX, U1 and 656 in the past but ended up trading them off. I think this one is a keeper. Here are some pics with some other German goodies:
There are also two Sinn dealers listed for Munich. I bought two watches from Portofino, located in the Arabella Sheraton Hotel, easily accessible by subway, streetcar or taxi, and even got the Added Vaue Tax refunded.
Click here for a list of authorized Sinn dealers, called "depots": http://www.sinn.de/sinn-uhren-2000/depots.htm
The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, and wiser people so full of doubts.
Still loving this watch, will keep it forever.
Whats the lug size on one of these??
Beautiful watch. I really admire it`s non-tacticalness, it`s simplicity. Dial, hands, case, strap - the end. It might be Sinns entry-level timepiece but it certainly doesn`t look anything like it. Seriously considering it. But the EZM 3 is still an EZM 3... Hmm.
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I still love mine and wear it daily. tried a rios chrono strap and a jurgen tropic strap (great buy and a super german made strap) but put it back on the bracelet. it is a durable accurate timepiece that is great for any situation. does not have a bunch of doo-dads i don't need or use. it tells time. and date. has a screw down crown and good water resistance. and it glows like a bastard at night.
I have been very pleased with the bracelet-usually i don't like them, but this one is soild and well made. not to flimsy, solid end links and screw in pins. plus the "through holes" in the sides of the case "arms" make strap changing very easy.
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