Thinking of buying a 358
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    Thinking of buying a 358

    This would be my 2nd Sinn; I purchased a 756 in 2009. I'm curious what you all think of this model, so please share opinions. Thanks.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    I've always thought of it as a less-toolish version of the 103, slightly larger, no bezel, satin finish not polished, domed sapphire: it'd go well with your bezel-less 756. I like the diapal version.
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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    I've got a 358 Jubilaum, does that count? Great watch, the dial seems to pick up the colour of whatever strap I throw at it...

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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    I just plunked down a deposit on a
    Sinn T2 EZM 15 on Strap
    Sinn T2 EZM 15 on Strap - WatchBuys

    I swim 3-4 days a week. What caught my eye is the size [41mm] and the material [titanium].

    It has a large minute hand which will be useful in timing my time in the water

    Elmo


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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    Quote Originally Posted by 403acmash View Post
    I've got a 358 Jubilaum, does that count? Great watch, the dial seems to pick up the colour of whatever strap I throw at it...

    Great watch, mine says hi:

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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    I have the smaller version of the 358 - the 356. The watch has a classic Pilot watch look. The finishing has a metallic matte sheen to it. And the watch has weight, which makes it feels expensive, well made and like a tank. The best thing is that the watch bracelet is super comfortable!

    Its my favourite Sinn so far. And it represents very good value for the watch that you are getting.

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    Re: Thinking of buying a 358

    I think the 358Sa is one of the best looking, neatest watches in existence. The Diapal is extraorindary. The only reason I don't have right now is because I can't afford it!


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