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    Sinn Bund are issue

    Surprised this hasnít been posted here today!
    From revolution watch.
    All sold out now bit one of the best re-editions if you ask me.




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    Sinn Bund are issue

    That looks nice
    The original is a bit of a grail of mine
    I have the 155 which also has the original BUND case

    Is it a 7750 powered watch?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinnlover View Post
    That looks nice
    The original is a bit of a grail of mine
    I have the 155 which also has the original BUND case

    Is it a 7750 powered watch?
    Basically yes. Sellita sw510...
    I like yours! I searched for it for sometime but couldnít find an example...
    I used to own an 156 that also had a very similar case but with the lemania 5100 movement... great watch.
    Jumped on this one today...


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    Fantastic! Love it👍

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    Very nice, and yes, one of the better re-editions. Great watches!


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    The best re-edition I've seen in a long time but I was too late on Monday.

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    That is a great re-edition, very faithful to the original, I am not surprised it sold out quickly.

    It seemed good value in the grand scheme of things.

    Seems a good excuse to post a picture of mine!
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    Love the 3h s in the thread... my only 3H is the ezm1...
    So this just arrived...



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    Ha, got an email from them saying mines not ready till the 30th....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar.parask View Post
    Love the 3h s in the thread... my only 3H is the ezm1...
    So this just arrived...



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    Didn't realise you managed to get one, well done.

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    I really like these but I just know Iíll find it too big at 43mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by ped View Post
    I really like these but I just know Iíll find it too big at 43mm
    Speedy a are 42mm.
    My wrist is 6.5 inch and it doesnít really look that bad!


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    I knew nothing about this until just now.

    It's a great looking watch and reminds me of why I despise limited editions.

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    Wanted to get one as as I saw it, contacted them but the whole stock would be shipped from Singapore so with Taxes and all I kinda give up. But what an awesome piece.

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    I had one in my basket and was very tempted but decided not to in the end. Iíve always wanted the Heuer bund.

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    This is a sweet reissue.
    Would love to get it at some point.

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    This is a sweet reissue.
    Would love to get it at some point.

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    This is a sweet reissue.
    Would love to get it at some point.


    In fact so sweet that the site decided to post it three times:-)

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    It really is an ideal daily watch...
    With 100m resistance it can take pretty much anything you can throw at it.
    Still in our honeymoon period...






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    Looks very nice. I have to say I would have preferred original Bund style hands, not the Sinnn-style Syringes, but still lovely nonetheless.
    It is a long time since I have seen a piccy of Andy's Sternzeit Reguliert, on of the rarest Bund dials.........
    D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    Looks very nice. I have to say I would have preferred original Bund style hands, not the Sinnn-style Syringes, but still lovely nonetheless.
    It is a long time since I have seen a piccy of Andy's Sternzeit Reguliert, on of the rarest Bund dials.........
    D
    Potty that most of them have been modified and regulated to tell civilian time...


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    Thatís a right little stunner.

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    Love the stylistic nature, congrats to the ones who got one!

    However one thing that continues to annoy me with 7750 variants (and I say this owning one....) is the 30 mins counter. I really want to see more 60 mins ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyp View Post
    Love the stylistic nature, congrats to the ones who got one!

    However one thing that continues to annoy me with 7750 variants (and I say this owning one....) is the 30 mins counter. I really want to see more 60 mins ones.
    I tend to agree with you but it all has to do with the size of the counter. A 60 min counter at the same size as the 30min one would make it very difficult to distinguish between minutes. It would need to be of increased diameter.
    That is why the counter on the ezm13, which is using a modified valjoux 7750 is larger.
    Alternatively an arrangement such as the legendary lemania 5100 would make sense...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar.parask View Post
    I tend to agree with you but it all has to do with the size of the counter. A 60 min counter at the same size as the 30min one would make it very difficult to distinguish between minutes. It would need to be of increased diameter.
    That is why the counter on the ezm13, which is using a modified valjoux 7750 is larger.
    Alternatively an arrangement such as the legendary lemania 5100 would make sense...
    So the list of people that offer central minutes (like the 5100 does) is getting longer, with Sinn, Tutima and Damasko all offering them in the standard range, and custom modular movements from Dubois Depraz and LJP available for more niche buyers (such as the Bell & Ross Blackbird LE). Paolo Fanton will hopefully soon be offering the mechanical A-13A soon from the more independent end of things.
    At the moment there is no-one offeirng a more traditionally-styled central minutes chronograph, the nearest is the new Sinn 140, which is based on a very 1970s block of a case, rather than something traditional with lugs.
    We can hope, I guess.....

    Dave

    ps - I can totally understand the death of mechanical sidereal time, I am shocked it made any sense in the first place........

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweets View Post
    So the list of people that offer central minutes (like the 5100 does) is getting longer, with Sinn, Tutima and Damasko all offering them in the standard range, and custom modular movements from Dubois Depraz and LJP available for more niche buyers (such as the Bell & Ross Blackbird LE). Paolo Fanton will hopefully soon be offering the mechanical A-13A soon from the more independent end of things.
    At the moment there is no-one offeirng a more traditionally-styled central minutes chronograph, the nearest is the new Sinn 140, which is based on a very 1970s block of a case, rather than something traditional with lugs.
    We can hope, I guess.....

    Dave

    ps - I can totally understand the death of mechanical sidereal time, I am shocked it made any sense in the first place........
    The modern movement which of course deals with this is the Agenhor chronograph. Sadly a bit more expensive. But it fits the bill. Central minutes and hours up to 60 and all snapped when they're supposed to. I think it's absolutely brilliant. the Singer Reimagined as an example is below. Hopefully we see more manufacturers using this movement. Maybe even driving the price down....



    Edit - and a good article about the movement itself - https://quillandpad.com/2017/02/20/e...dsearch=singer

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    That is a lovely looking watch. I just wish the lume on the hands was the same shade as the lume on he numbers. That would irritate me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar.parask View Post

    That is lovely, looks great in "real world" pics

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    Been on leather for a work trip.

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