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    I'm thinking of adding an 857 Utc as well

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    [QUOTE=alphajet;4221826]103 Ti Diapal UTC




    Lovely. Have a want to buy for one of these, only joined here as Andy posted one on PH, still want one.

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    Strange. I've never liked the diapal on the bracelet but it's transformed on that strap.


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    Wow some really cool Sinns here. Always wanted one but never got around to getting one.

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    [QUOTE=Routers;4238227]My daily wearer and still one of my all time favourites.

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    Had a U1 once and flipped it which I regretted!!!!, so now have a WTB up and running :)

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    Crappy Chinese phone pic, sorry.


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    All the current Sinn's in 1 shot


    Last edited by andy tims; 4th November 2017 at 08:50.
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    My last Sinn, 358 le, looking for a new owner as I continue to consolidate the collection.




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    Nice 358, looks great on the Sinn bracelet to
    Last edited by Cat7; 19th February 2017 at 21:25.

  11. #111
    This one joins the list of why did I sell it


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    Very nice what model is that

  13. #113
    Sinn 142 Lemania 5100 in PVD, not sure of year

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    Caught this one from the SC a couple of weeks back


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    Sinn 358 LE Jubilaum



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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat7 View Post
    Sinn 358 LE Jubilaum


    I love the look of this watch and have nearly gone for it a couple of times as they have come up ... but shied away from it.

    I'm born in 1961 ... every time I looked at the dial I think I'd feel I was living on borrowed time.

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    We are all on borrowed time, use it as a reminder to "seize the day"

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    Spotted this on eBay. Sinn do slip up from time to time. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/172541040493


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    With picture




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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat7 View Post
    Sinn 358 LE Jubilaum


    Some say the 42mm size of the 358 is too big, preferring instead the smaller 356. I found it just right. Great Sinn quality, very comfortable. Superb balanced look to the twin-register chrono dial with no cut-off hour digits, date at 6 o'clock and that glossy grey sunburst finish is sublime. Why-o-why did I sell mine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat7 View Post
    Sinn 358 LE Jubilaum


    Looks great!

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    My U2 with a hint of red

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Rat View Post
    This Sinn 103 from the 1980's with a hand wind 7760 movement not many with this hand set up and date set up. Look at the Swiss made on the dial. And nice aged patina in the lume.

    I had one of those, liked it a lot!

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    [QUOTE=pstruck;4255647]Some say the 42mm size of the 358 is too big, preferring instead the smaller 356. I found it just right. Great Sinn quality, very comfortable. Superb balanced look to the twin-register chrono dial with no cut-off hour digits, date at 6 o'clock and that glossy grey sunburst finish is sublime. Why-o-why did I sell mine?

    Hi Pete, completely agree but at least you know it went to a good home
    I've had the 356 and 556 previously and they didn't feel any where near as comfortable as the 358. The whole thing is such an awesome piece of German engineering and the bracelet is just the perfect fit for my wrist. It's never been off the bracelet since I've had it. Oh and that dial....you can never catch it properly in a photo to show the amazing sunburst effect
    Last edited by Cat7; 24th February 2017 at 06:30.

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    My couple ...


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    UX on (I think) a timefactors NATO.




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    Back from Sinn for complete overhaul, including new case and bezel.

    Now I get a little side project of what to do with the old case. If I can find a casback that fits, I should be able to knock something together to give me a working watch.

    On a custom strap made for me by a talented chap in Indonesia.
    Last edited by Man of Kent; 25th February 2017 at 12:00.

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    New arrival today!



    And whole family together




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    As a work watch...



    Or on a glacier in Iceland...



    ...it's a great watch.

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    Just got my UX back

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    One of the 40 decommissioned EZM2s - the GSG9 was added to the dial once Sinn took the 40 back from the GSG9 and serviced them priory to sale.

    When it goes back for service/battery change, I am tempted to ask them to put a NOS EZM2 dial on it - the issue number is on the back, so I'd rather have it looking like it was when in service.


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    I bought a time factors premium nato to replace the knackered leather strap.
    I'm not sure why the leather has only lasted two years but the watch is my daily wearer. The nato in my eyes looks good and is without a doubt excellent for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AM94 View Post
    One of the 40 decommissioned EZM2s - the GSG9 was added to the dial once Sinn took the 40 back from the GSG9 and serviced them priory to sale.

    When it goes back for service/battery change, I am tempted to ask them to put a NOS EZM2 dial on it - the issue number is on the back, so I'd rather have it looking like it was when in service.

    I've got my EZM2 on exactly the same strap!
    Good luck everybody. Have a good one.

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    Sinn 103 st sa e... Eine von 300!




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    My Sinns. Currently I don't have a picture on my phone the Sinn 857 UTC that I have.

    Also, does Guinand (the company bought by Helmut Sinn) counts? ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by radarcontact View Post
    My Sinns. Currently I don't have a picture on my phone the Sinn 857 UTC that I have.

    Also, does Guinand (the company bought by Helmut Sinn) counts? ;)
    Yes Guinand definitely counts! Nice collection. What do you think of the U1

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    Good luck everybody. Have a good one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyl1000 View Post
    Yes Guinand definitely counts! Nice collection. What do you think of the U1

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    U1 is fantastic watch. Not everyone's cup of tea, but definitely mine! Design wise is very bold and a bit of left-field with the lego hands. It is a watch that has gradually grown on me, before I bought it I started to appreciate it for what it is: its design (industrial, no-nonsense, masculine), built like a tank. It became my go to watch for any sports/physical activities. It is perfect for the summer on my current set up, but it can be 'toned down' with different straps. Looks great on its bracelet (a bit heavy on steel but one gets used to it), on rubber and on a nato. Seen some decent pictures on a leather but it is not for me (for that particular watch and for the activities that I am using it). On the downside is that it sits tall on the wrist and I tend to catch it quite often on things.

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    Good luck everybody. Have a good one.

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    Here are my ones

    EZM1 Le


    EZM2 GSG9



    U2


    UX GSG9



    EZM13

  45. #145
    Quote Originally Posted by seikopath View Post
    Ah so you got hold of one then! Which do you prefer out of this and the Arktis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    Ah so you got hold of one then! Which do you prefer out of this and the Arktis?
    Arktis all the way.
    LE is very pretty though
    Good luck everybody. Have a good one.

  47. #147
    Quote Originally Posted by seikopath View Post
    Arktis all the way.
    LE is very pretty though
    Gonna have to try an Arktis at some point, although I do have a bit of a thing for panda dials. I like my 103 a lot, especially now that it's keeping essentially perfect time (gaining perhaps 2-3 seconds a month). Had to get a warranty service after it suddenly started gaining about 3 minutes/day. They screwed it up the on the first attempt, came back with severe gear lash causing the chrono second-hand to stutter. Sent it back again. This time, their head of service handled it personally. I don't know who that is, but he definitely knows his stuff.

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    Sinn EZM3F on a Marine Nationale strap - do you think that combo works?

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    Quote Originally Posted by radarcontact View Post
    Sinn EZM3F on a Marine Nationale strap - do you think that combo works?
    I think it works OK. As long as your happy with it. The marine nationale bands I had though I always found were too tight.
    Try it on a hirsch robby . Match made in heaven.
    Good luck everybody. Have a good one.

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    Re-posting my Sinn's as Photobucket stole my pics.

    http://imgur.com/ZvjnNpf
    http://imgur.com/f0oWinE

    http://imgur.com/YF9ayt9
    http://imgur.com/sBhuOLn

    Or I will when I work out how imgur works!

    I think I've got it now!
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