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    someone gives you a design team and 10,000 to make your brand of a dive watch

    what would it be ? from case to parts to whole watch . im curious because it seems there is no perfect watch .

    i see alot of butt hurt people posting how much watch after watch sucks .

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    Re: someone gives you a design team and 10,000 to make your brand of a dive watch

    Fully tegimented Sinn T1 and T1S with a proper ratcheting clasp and COSC ETA 2892-2 movement.




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    Re: someone gives you a design team and 10,000 to make your brand of a dive watch

    Quote Originally Posted by ericdraven View Post
    what would it be ? from case to parts to whole watch . im curious because it seems there is no perfect watch .

    i see alot of butt hurt people posting how much watch after watch sucks .
    It's customary to get things rolling by stating what you would do...


    Not sure if you are talking about a whole new design or as someone just posted a modified existing design.

    But my ideal would be to to take the last gen Submariner and give it the new bracelet. Nothing else need be done.
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    Re: someone gives you a design team and 10,000 to make your brand of a dive watch

    well im a noob compared to pros on here , i did at one time own the limited kazimon bronze , number 5 of 5 in complete case and extras . but i sold it Mr romers few years ago , i wore it few times but was scared to wear lol . that has been my most expensive owned

    my perfect watch i dunno , only what i read hell i only know few things about movements . so so sorry bout customary as i dont really know . i can sit down for a day or 2 and maybe come up with mine .


    quick q - can you buy any movement and put in your dive watch??? like say you have eta 2824 can you go top of line of eta and put it in ? and what is top of line ???
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    Re: someone gives you a design team and 10,000 to make your brand of a dive watch

    Quote Originally Posted by ericdraven View Post
    well im a noob compared to pros on here , i did at one time own the limited kazimon bronze , number 5 of 5 in complete case and extras . but i sold it Mr romers few years ago , i wore it few times but was scared to wear lol . that has been my most expensive owned

    my perfect watch i dunno , only what i read hell i only know few things about movements . so so sorry bout customary as i dont really know . i can sit down for a day or 2 and maybe come up with mine .

    Todays higher quality watches are so good, that there just isn't much I would add. Even in the movement department. Eta 2892 is a great workhorse movement as is the Rolex 3100 series. JLC makes an excellent work horse movement as well.
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