i like it, but honestly, i dont see what warrants the price. of course i love the design, but there are countless watches out there with designs similar, in much lower price ranges, with nearly equal quality. but once youre set youre set, dont let me change your mind (as if that was a possibility!)
Thanx...straighforward, rock solid, good movement, bullet proof.I like it - no gimmicks
I think the B and R are quartz movements, and as the grandson and grandnephew of master watchmakers, I honor my past with mechanicals.Nice watch Scott.
Have you considered a Bell & Ross Type Marine? It has a similar look and is supposed to be very durable. They also have the Hydromax version for those days you want to go down to 36,000 feet.
Virtually indestrucible timepiece.
I don't think I have been anywhere that I could have dropped a watch 36,000 feet :scared:... go down to 36,000 feet.
I think the B and R are quartz movements, and as the grandson and grandnephew of master watchmakers, I honor my past with mechanicals.
Great looking watches though! Thanx!
no worries...it showed me a very cool watch which I would otherwise not know about. My wife likes the BR-01 series very much.I figured the quartz thing might be a turnoff to you...just throwing out ideas.
You can't go wrong with the Sinn.:thumbup1:
thanx...my collection seems to be following a pattern...taking the vintage and quartz watches out of the mix, my daily rotation is my Ball Moonphase, Ball NightTrain, Anonimo Chronoscopio, and for dressier days my Nomos Ludwig or D Freemont Sapphire. The two Balls and the Anonimo get the bulk of my wrist time and I think the Sinn would fit in well with these guyz:I don't think I have been anywhere that I could have dropped a watch 36,000 feet :scared:
That is a nice looking watch. I'm not familiar with the Sinn brand but hear they are good watches. If it's what you want, listen to your self, and not anyone else :thumbup1:
In the Volmer pricepoint I liked the Archimede a bit more. Tutima is not really my cup o tea.Have you looked at the Vollmer or Tutima aviation styles?