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Old 06-22-2012, 05:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I own one of the stuhrling dynasty tourbillion pieces.First let me say I LOVE THIS WATCH. It looks good to me and it keeps great time.I'm just curious to know where this particular movement comes from(st-93301).Any knowledge would be greatly appreciated.
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China. You're welcome.
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China.* You're welcome.
and there's nothing wrong with that. China has spent the last 20-30 yrs buying up equipment from the Swiss companies that couldn't compete during the first 20 yrs of the "quartz revolution"

sure, there's some cheap, crummy Chinese mov'ts out there, but Sea-Gull, for example, are up and coming, solid mov'ts the the Swiss have every right to be nervous about.
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China. You're welcome.
and there's nothing wrong with that. China has spent the last 20-30 yrs buying up equipment from the Swiss companies that couldn't compete during the first 20 yrs of the "quartz revolution"

sure, there's some cheap, crummy Chinese mov'ts out there, but Sea-Gull, for example, are up and coming, solid mov'ts the the Swiss have every right to be nervous about.
I couldn't agree more with you Sam....I mean Erik.:t



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Thank you guys.Hopefully this watch continues to perform everyday like it has for over the past year.Like I mentioned before I LOVE THIS WATCH.I actually just purchased one of the stuhrling prestige paradigm chronos with the 7750 movement.:c
I truly like the look(for what i've seen online)fingers crossed and waiting for monday when she arrives.
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I too am a Stuhrling Tourbillon owner, and while I have owned several Stuhrling pieces over the years this is the only one I managed to hang on to.... awesome watch that keeps time as good or better that any swiss automatic i've ever owned..... this one is a keeper!

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Page out of Grand Complications magazine, pretty amazing achievement!
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Is it from Sea gull movement?
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