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    U2 FT for me today

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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
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    U2 FT for me today

    I still canít make up my mind which I like better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyB View Post
    I still can’t make up my mind which I like better.

    It's really a tough decision.

    I like'em both.
    The U1 with the unique dial design. And the U2 with the GMT function.
    I am sucker for GMT dive watches. At the end I prefer the U2. The U2 really close to the perfect watch for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post

    It's really a tough decision.

    I like'em both.
    The U1 with the unique dial design. And the U2 with the GMT function.
    I am sucker for GMT dive watches. At the end I prefer the U2. The U2 really close to the perfect watch for me.
    I couldnít agree more. The U1ís design is distinct and executed perfectly. The U2 is less unique, but has one of the best implementations of the GMT function, a function I am also a big fan of. I like your solution of owning both. Why decide when you donít have to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyB View Post
    I couldn’t agree more. The U1’s design is distinct and executed perfectly. The U2 is less unique, but has one of the best implementations of the GMT function, a function I am also a big fan of. I like your solution of owning both. Why decide when you don’t have to.
    Absolutely Brian !

    I think I need another Sinn.
    On my wish list for this year is an UX (GSG9 maybe). I like the crown position at 10'.
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    still my U2



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    Quote Originally Posted by deCompression View Post
    Absolutely Brian !

    I think I need another Sinn.
    On my wish list for this year is an UX (GSG9 maybe). I like the crown position at 10'.
    I think I may need two more Sinns!
    -Brian

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