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    Sangin Instruments

    Hi all,
    Does anyone own, or have any experience of the Sangin Instrument watches?
    Ive come across them online after posting a thread looking for reccomendations for a microbrand divers watch
    These were not mentioned in that thread but I do like the look of them.
    The purchase will have to wait a while due now to a large impending garage bill so am in the research stage still at the moment.
    Thanks in advance,
    Rob

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    Seem to have a very loyal fan base and I like the look of them. There’s also an UK ‘equivalent’ by the name of Sterling Timepieces. (I have no ties to either)

    https://stirlingtimepieces.com/

    Both have military DNA / veteran ties and seem quite good value.

    I haven’t owned either but wouldn’t mind trying them, however both seem to sell out quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Chilli View Post
    Seem to have a very loyal fan base and I like the look of them. There’s also an UK ‘equivalent’ by the name of Sterling Timepieces. (I have no ties to either)

    https://stirlingtimepieces.com/

    Both have military DNA / veteran ties and seem quite good value.

    I haven’t owned either but wouldn’t mind trying them, however both seem to sell out quickly.
    I like the Brunt - Steel. An incredible story behind the name - Captain John Brunt VC MC.

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    I love the look of the Sangin watches, I keep an eye out for them, but never see them for sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddiex View Post
    I like the Brunt - Steel. An incredible story behind the name - Captain John Brunt VC MC.
    Me too. In stock as well....

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    Quote Originally Posted by junglebert View Post
    I love the look of the Sangin watches, I keep an eye out for them, but never see them for sale.
    Me neither, I think one was released recently and sold out straight away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Chilli View Post
    Seem to have a very loyal fan base and I like the look of them. There’s also an UK ‘equivalent’ by the name of Sterling Timepieces. (I have no ties to either)

    https://stirlingtimepieces.com/

    Both have military DNA / veteran ties and seem quite good value.

    I haven’t owned either but wouldn’t mind trying them, however both seem to sell out quickly.
    Thanks for the link, I will take a look at them
    It’s a name I haven’t come across so far

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    Apparently the Brunt has a 43mm dial, 20mm lugs and weighs 400g. Something about those measurements makes no sense at all?


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    'Sangin' ? ...it's trying too hard as a brand name.

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    Blimey... as is 'Stirling'.... shamelessly playing into the 'I almost joined' market.... err, some might say 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobDad View Post
    Apparently the Brunt has a 43mm dial, 20mm lugs and weighs 400g. Something about those measurements makes no sense at all?


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    I think your right, must be an error with some of those measurement, or all of them 🤣

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    Isn’t that just this one? Same movement but half the price of the Stirling.

    betta swollen belly

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost Chilli View Post
    Seem to have a very loyal fan base and I like the look of them. There’s also an UK ‘equivalent’ by the name of Sterling Timepieces. (I have no ties to either)

    https://stirlingtimepieces.com/

    Both have military DNA / veteran ties and seem quite good value.

    I haven’t owned either but wouldn’t mind trying them, however both seem to sell out quickly.

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