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    Isoprog IP 13: Manual movement with central seconds

    Who can tell me anything about this company or this design?!

    The market is crying out for a non-ETA central seconds manual, is this the answer?

    http://www.isoprog.ch/en/ip-13/



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    I like this 3/4 plate whateveritis model:

    IP11.jpg

    Mind you I've been after a 3/4 plate something for quite a while ever since I saw the Zeppelin models that have that rusky movement in them (will try and find a picture)

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    It is a modified 649x. It sells to manufactures between $500 and $800.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 93EXCivic View Post
    It is a modified 649x. It sells to manufactures between $500 and $800.


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    Thank you
    In comparison, how much do Sellita sell their SW200 for?

    Edit: do you mean that the design is derived from the Unitas, or that the movements themselves are modified Unitases?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Der Amf View Post
    Thank you
    In comparison, how much do Sellita sell their SW200 for?

    Edit: do you mean that the design is derived from the Unitas, or that the movements themselves are modified Unitases?
    I am not really sure on either honestly. I believe it derived from Unitas. What I know about is from another forum where people have been discussing possible movements for flieger builds. Currently the common options this builds if you want central seconds and a pure handwind are an old Hamilton central second pocket watch movement and Molijna 3608. There is also a place that actually modifies the 649x movement for central seconds. These are over $1000.


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