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Saw this nice video for Tudor's MT5621 movement today guys. Thought Rolex, and Tudor fans might really enjoy it. There's a close up look at the movement, but also the North Flag that it's in.

Enjoy everybody...


 

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Not much decoration on that movement at all, I don't understand why they would put a display back on it?

Also I would love to see exactly, what more then "exclusivity", this movement has over a Top Grade 2824-2? I know it is COSC and has a 70 hour power reserve but.....??

I understand they are not drastically raising the price for this in-house movement, that is nice, but having to take it to "Rolex" to have it serviced, with Rolex prices, may not be such a plus.

None the less it is a nice looking sports watch, the prices are a little high though. The Blue Pelagos is really a stunner though!

 

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That is a very visually appealing movement. If I ever got that movement I would want a display back to admire it. My soprod A10 has nothing on that movement.

Just like the second poster said, Pelagos is my dream watch. Hope to have it in under 5 years.
 

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That is a very visually appealing movement. If I ever got that movement I would want a display back to admire it. My soprod A10 has nothing on that movement.

Just like the second poster said, Pelagos is my dream watch. Hope to have it in under 5 years.
What? The Soprod has perlage, Geneva striping and blued screws. The Tudor movement, looks wise, looks like a something in an $80 Invicta

Tudor




Invicta



Soprod

 

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What? The Soprod has perlage, Geneva striping and blued screws. The Tudor movement, looks wise, looks like a something in an $80 Invicta

Tudor




Invicta



Soprod


The movements in the Invicta and the Tudor look NOTHING alike.....but I will agree that neither look like the Seiko.....er uh Soprod


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The movements in the Invicta and the Tudor look NOTHING alike.....but I will agree that neither look like the Seiko.....er uh Soprod
They look similar in that they are both bare bones, completely undecorated movements.
 
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