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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by Brightling007 View Post
    This is the AM0184 dial...Attachment 13678909

    The TM 0915 is about 3-4mm larger...
    Yeah it was the 184 I was looking at. Didn't think it was going to be that big. kinda limits options for modding.

    Many thanks for measuring though. Will have to have a think :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightling007 View Post
    This is the AM0184 dial...Attachment 13678909

    The TM 0915 is about 3-4mm larger...
    Yeah it was the 184 I was looking at. Didn't think it was going to be that big. kinda limits options for modding.

    Many thanks for measuring though. Will have to have a think :)

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    I think it will accept a smaller dial, will measure what the minimal needs are ok?
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    I bought 3 days ago a Starking AM0182 it runs +10s per day but this sound and fact that it stops when you shake it like that worries me...
    I regret now that I haven.t bought a nakzen with miyota 9015 or 8215. I dont think that my watch will last long

    https://streamable.com/cbdlw
    strange sound like a fallen part and it stop for 1 second part and it stop for 1 second..

    Please give me some advices. Thanks

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by Brightling007 View Post
    I think it will accept a smaller dial, will measure what the minimal needs are ok?
    That would be good. If I can fit a smaller dial and the chapter ring still covers the edges that might work :)

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Unfortunately a lot of them have this issue, I have a remedy for it (if it has the same cause) but it requires removing the main bridge of the movement. It is the placing back that odds the hard part, where five axles need to be aligned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalinFlorin View Post
    I regret now that I haven.t bought a nakzen with miyota 9015 or 8215. I dont think that my watch will last long
    There is a Nakzen on the forbidden site that says it has an NH35 movement in it. From the picture of the movement though I am not overly convinced it really is an NH35. Unless Seiko have started stamping their rotor instead of etching. Looks very poorly done to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenNeedle View Post
    That would be good. If I can fit a smaller dial and the chapter ring still covers the edges that might work :)
    The minimal size is still 34.50mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brightling007 View Post
    The minimal size is still 34.50mm
    Might need to find a Plain steel Parnis chapter ring of similar size then. Not getting my hopes up. They all seem to be the dodgy flat chapter rings like the new Seiko big watches.

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    Re: Starking Automatic

    Quote Originally Posted by GreenNeedle View Post
    There is a Nakzen on the forbidden site that says it has an NH35 movement in it. From the picture of the movement though I am not overly convinced it really is an NH35. Unless Seiko have started stamping their rotor instead of etching. Looks very poorly done to me.
    A Chinese assembler stamping 'Seiko' onto a Chinese movement? First time I've heard of such a thing, and I doubt if it would be worth the effort. On the other hand I've seen many instances of a watches powered by unsigned Chinese movements where the seller claims a Japanese movement. Croton often used to be sold with 'Japan 8215 movement' (Sea-Gull ST16) or 'Japan 8205 movement' (Dixmont DG28), but they never actually put counterfeit signatures on the movement. I think that if it says Seiko, then that is what it is.
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