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    Sinn T1 and T2

    One of the things I love most about the T1/T1B is the comfort for such a large watch. The case curvature with the thin case back make for an extremely comfortable watch Plus being 71 grams and 12.5mm thin is a huge plus too!





    I just love the way it hugs my wrist




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

    Casio: ProTrek 2500-A1

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

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    Sinn: U1 S Blue, U2C, UX S, 857 S, 900 S

    Seiko: SNR031J1, SNR035J1

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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Well I'm backing you for 2 more Sinn's this year Shannon

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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    It´s a great watch, really comfortable with a perfect readability.

    I`ve a T1 too, it become the "sports watch" in my portfolio.
    She has even relegated my old favorite since 2013, the UX, to the watch box.

    So how has the T1 proven itself?

    Strengthen:
    + sensational readability
    + interesting two-color Superluminova, very good luminosity
    + flat pillow design offers good comfort
    + solid lunette construction (turning only by previous depression), works perfectly
    + good handling of the crown, does not bother when leaning
    + perfectly integrated silicone band, solid clasp

    Weaknesses:
    -a hand had a small spot. Once seen, always seen. He had to be exchanged within the warranty

    Movement:
    The built-in Soprod A10-2 is an exotic within the Sinn portfolio.
    Unfortunately, I can not provide reliable information on the accuracy. I change the watches too often.
    As I strolled on the Sinn page today, I was amazed: Currently the "ETA 2892-A2" is installed.

    Strap:
    After occasional change between Titanium and Silicone I'm stuck with the silicone band, the kick is perfect, the clasp ist solid.
    I have no experience with leather or other straps, in my opinion only Metal and silicone belong to a diver's watch.

    Summary:
    Absolute buy recommendation!
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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring-Diver View Post
    I’ve only herd the T series will be phased out. I haven’t herd of any other titanium models being retired.
    I hope Sinn will continue making grade 5 titanium watches. Especially tegimented versions, they’re very good at it ;)

    Cheers
    Shannon
    Hi Shannon
    Maybe I heard wrong
    I was at a road show event in Southern Ca when I heard

    I thought he meant all the Titanium models

    Easy enough to ask I suppose


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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring-Diver View Post
    One of the things I love most about the T1/T1B is the comfort for such a large watch. The case curvature with the thin case back make for an extremely comfortable watch Plus being 71 grams and 12.5mm thin is a huge plus too!





    I just love the way it hugs my wrist




    Shannon


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    Completely agree


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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Jake View Post
    Completely agree


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    The combo of a super readable dial in a light very wearable case is a total winner!


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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Got an email from Watchbuys talking about models to be retired
    Only the T2B was on it


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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Jake View Post
    Got an email from Watchbuys talking about models to be retired
    Only the T2B was on it


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    Hopefully a T1S is in the works;)
    My Seiko's: SBDB001 SD600M, SBDX001 Marine Master, SRP777, SRPA21 PADI,

    Casio: ProTrek 2500-A1

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

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    Sinn: U1 S Blue, U2C, UX S, 857 S, 900 S

    Seiko: SNR031J1, SNR035J1

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