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Hi there. Do any of you folks own a David Yurman watch? I became aware of the David Yurman brand (high end jewellery design) on trips to the US and swanky shopping malls a few years ago. The watches were too expensive for me then. I checked out the website today, just out of curiosity, and noticed that the cheapest men's watch today is around $3400. They have Swiss ETA movements, but don't specify exactly what type of movement for each model. So I'm just wondering how good they are. Any thoughts?
 

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Like you, Yurman's watches are too much for my wallet.
But his watches are very good. He oversees his watchmakers as they take their mechanical ETA movements apart, hand-polish those parts that are visible or have metal-to-metal contact, and then re-assemble and performance test them.

Low-end mens and probably all womens watches use ETA quartz movements, but the mechanicals are the ETA 2892-2
ETA 2893-2 and the chronograph ETA 2894-2 movement.
 
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