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Does anyone have this watch below. It has the SW 200 movement as opposed to either the 7750 or the standard ETA movement.


I am debating whether to ask my AD to find one for me but I know nothing about this watch.



Bracelet: Rose-tone or Gold-tone stainless steel outer links w/ black textured inner links
Movement: Swiss Automatic SW200 26 Jewel
Crystal: Sapphire
Crown: Screw Down
Clasp: Deployant
Bracelet Measurements: 9" L x 28mm W
Case Measurements: 50mm
Water Resistance: 50atm - 500m - 1650ft
These are Sub Aqua Noma II




The watch your showing must be a second generation. I have over ten SW 200 now and have nothing but praise, they did have early stem problems but they have rectified that problem. I think yo will find it a great buy if you can get a good price. Good luck and I hope this helps.
 

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I think it is a Gen II version although it seems there are some being sold as version III that look similar to your photos and others that look similar to the one I posted. Very strange indeed.

Glad you like them. I am not a big fan of the old style as it is only 47mm with about 40mm of dial. I prefer a larger dial these days.
I noticed the same thing when I checked the SNBC site. Who knows:001_smile:If I tell you I have never worn mine that might tell you something about the size. Just a bit to heavy for me as well. They are nice to look at though:T
 

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koi, these are massive chunks of steel, no matter which version.
the styling is delightful - and i know you like big watches - but they are HEAVY. And not in a 1960s sense
 
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