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Poll: The movement inside is irrelevant as long as it is accurate
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The movement inside a watch does not matter
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I honestly wonder at times what the obsession is with movements. Does it really matter how time is kept if it is done accurately? So therefore:
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Well, what about reliability? Can it be easily serviceable?
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You are asking this of us? WIS the bunch of them! Me included of course, so I do care (as it always affects design).
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Better response on post RE: The movement inside a watch does not matterWhat about longevity? Servicing should be possible no?
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Agreeing with JC here. Quality is not the same as accuracy. Also, High beat is preferable and a mulititude of other improvements...
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All of the above, from these wise guys - ahem... Well, to me it matters.
D'oh!
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Of course it does, I had a replica watch with a movement that was actually dirty. Had to have it serviced.
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Better response on post RE: The movement inside a watch does not matterWell now, the thinner the movement the thinner the watch - there... it matters!
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Form has to follow function - it shows in well designed watches...
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