Haha. Yes I suppose you're right, I had plenty of 14400 watches when I was younger. And I'm reminded of those watches, still, whenever I see a co-axial. I really can't get my head around Omega's decision to fix a watch that wasn't broken other than as a marketing tool. When I read about the co-axial design on any Omega website there's all the old marketing buzzwords and it's the best thing since sliced bread. But I still cannot find where this new technology benefits the consumer, other than longer service intervals. I'm quite happy with 3-5 years between servicing. Improved accuracy? Sadly not.