Bah...why didn't they just put a 5 SPY movement in it?? Technically not self contained HAQ this one, am I right? I really with Seiko would step up their HAQ game to more in line with ETA/Longines and Citizen.
Last edited by tomchicago; November 1st, 2019 at 22:45.
LE of 50, too. Make sure to order yours before they sell out.
That case....run. Hideous.
The only interesting thing is the new 3X22 movement. One thing I don't have is a GPS watch, because all the current Citizen and Seiko offerings are too big and overly complex for my taste. This one seems to eschew all the bells and whistles. Now they just have to slap it into a sane case, with a sane price tag. Given that Seiko's been moving upmarket...well, we shall see.
±15 seconds per month without a gps fix.
But thin is good.
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I know of no watch using GPS or RF where the basic movement would even make COSC-level accuracy. One could make a somewhat stronger argument for RF, as it has more restrictive technical limitations (reception is impossible/range from receiver are dependent on time of day, reception is range- and terrain-limited, reception takes significantly longer (I believe) which increases the risk of reception failure.) If you're not gonna do it with RF, then there's clearly no pressure to do it with GPS.
Much rather have both the calibre 0100's and another $12,000 in my pocket..
Doesn't help they're much too large for me... :)
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