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I prefer the STP 1-11 over the ETA 2824-2 for the following reasons:
- very nicely finished
- movement markings better executed than on the ETA
- jewelled barrel bridge
So what we have here is an improved classic with the performance we are used to, and added longevity. What’s not to like?
This is a huge deal, at least if Fossil can make enough: ETA has choked supply, I hear that Miyota 9015 and Sellita and Soprod A-10 are all hard to get, so a new entrant that's better than the ETA would be just wonderful.
I need to try this, seemed worth sharing.
Yep, I've traded the GO, please see the Glashutte Original Sport Evo GMT post-mortem for details and lessons learned.
Its a beauty, and the price is excellent. Have a read.
First off, I wrote a long review of the Calvin Jr. Velocita watches that I hope you'll like. Interesting bullhead design.
Secondly, I've submitted WatchOtaku to the Apple News publisher site. Hopefully soon you'll be able to read it via the iOS9 'News' app!
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