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    Sinn T1 and T2

    Titanium Sinn owners. Would you like to weigh in on your impressions? I recently acquired a T1, but am wondering if the T2 is more appropriate from a size point of view. I'm interested in others' ownership impressions of either model.

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    Welcome aboard Jake.

    I own a T1 and a T1B ;) IMO these are Sinn’s most comfortable divers. In combination with the titanium and the way the case curves with its thin flat case back makes it delightful to wear. To me, these are the ultimate cushion case divers.

    I’ll be glad to help with anymore questions:)

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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    I had a t2 and the size was just perfect for me.

    I tried the t1 and while I could have just about got away with it, the t2 was much more appropriate. There is a pretty big size difference.
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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    At 5'9" tall and around 170lbs... I really don't think I can "pull off" A T1. So I am looking at the T2b. I like the look and price of the UX... well with a few modifications... but 44MM is probably around PIE PLATE size on me.

    Really sucks that I have to order the watch to even see how it looks and feels. Then as a BONUS... WatchBuys can't even service the watch. Need something done on it... have to send it back to Germany anyways.

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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by GotSprings View Post
    Really sucks that I have to order the watch to even see how it looks and feels. Then as a BONUS... WatchBuys can't even service the watch. Need something done on it... have to send it back to Germany anyways.
    Who told you this? WatchBuys/RGM can absolutely service the T1 and T2.
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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by GotSprings View Post
    At 5'9" tall and around 170lbs... I really don't think I can "pull off" A T1. So I am looking at the T2b. I like the look and price of the UX... well with a few modifications... but 44MM is probably around PIE PLATE size on me.

    Really sucks that I have to order the watch to even see how it looks and feels. Then as a BONUS... WatchBuys can't even service the watch. Need something done on it... have to send it back to Germany anyways.



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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Spring-Diver View Post
    Welcome aboard Jake.

    I own a T1 and a T1B ;) IMO these are Sinn’s most comfortable divers. In combination with the titanium and the way the case curves with its thin flat case back makes it delightful to wear. To me, these are the ultimate cushion case divers.

    I’ll be glad to help with anymore questions:)

    Cheers
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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    Quote Originally Posted by Happy_Jake View Post
    Titanium Sinn owners. Would you like to weigh in on your impressions? I recently acquired a T1, but am wondering if the T2 is more appropriate from a size point of view. I'm interested in others' ownership impressions of either model.

    Thanks.
    I just realized I got this mixed up

    I bought a T2B (now for sale)

    It felt small for me — though beautiful

    Ordered a T1 in black

    I am wondering why these amazing watches are not more popular




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    Quote Originally Posted by CGSshorty View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by GotSprings View Post
    Really sucks that I have to order the watch to even see how it looks and feels. Then as a BONUS... WatchBuys can't even service the watch. Need something done on it... have to send it back to Germany anyways.
    Who told you this? WatchBuys/RGM can absolutely service the T1 and T2.
    http://www.thedivewatchconnection.co...ic.php?t=59722

    A similar post convinced me not to go with Sinn for my last purchase. I like the look of the ux... But that has to go to Germany. It seems rgm hot Argon filling at some point... But 7 weeks is too long. 7 months is an absolute deal breaker.

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    Re: Sinn T1 and T2

    I wouldn’t let an issue someone had with a vintage watch service stop me from sending my watch to RGM.


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