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    Affordable Chronograph With 1500C - 2732F Super Heated Ceramic Bezel and GMT

    Manufacturing Passion - Distributing Quality. A Chrono Watch with Scratch-Resistant High-Tech Ceramic Rotary Top-Ring.
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    At watchlovers.club, we love good design and innovation. It's what we do best. We create watches that are functional, and modern, manufactured to the high standards of watch engineering.
    Our new WATKINS "Curriculum No8" pledge collection combines all those attributes at a price far lower than watches of this high standard of craftsmanship are offered in today's retail market. direct to consumer, without any retail markups.
    Over the years, we have worked on designing a watch that is contemporary, stylish and that is equally at home in the great outdoors as well as at work. Now we got the watch you want!
    1500C - 2732F, superheated ceramic bezel - Starting at wholesale price 149,-


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    Thanks for sharing
    Alex
    Last edited by ridleywatkins; Sep 3, 2015 at 04:24 PM.

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    This thread has been approved by the IWL team.

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    Ok specs movement size? Ks is not open yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikecfromli View Post
    Ok specs movement size? Ks is not open yet
    I am able to see the Kickstarter site. The movement is a Miyota 6S50 in a 43mm case. 13mm thick, 20mm lugs and 50mm lug to lug.

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    Interesting. Looking forward to more info.

    With a L2L of 50mm it should be a comfortable fit for smaller wrists.
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    Thanks to IWL team only available on this great watch forum. Here is the preview:
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...token=a2fca635
    Enjoy and kind regards
    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokie View Post
    Interesting. Looking forward to more info.

    With a L2L of 50mm it should be a comfortable fit for smaller wrists.
    Not for 6" wrists....50mm l2l is too big

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    Is the 6S50 a tuning fork movement?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Is the 6S50 a tuning fork movement?

    I'd be very surprised if it was. There aren't any tuning fork movements being made these days, are there?

    It's the movement used in that Jorg Gray 'Obama' watch. Edox might use it too, but I'm not absolutely sure of that.

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    I wish they'd offer a panda or reverse panda dial option, but it's a good looking watch and at that price it's hard to find things to knit pick about. I'll order one when it launches.


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