Sellita Movements and Power Reserves

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Sellita Movements and Power Reserves

Post by Dynamite_Kid19 »

Now that the Sealander GMT uses the SW-330-2 with the longer power reserve. Will CW ever switch to the SW-300 3 hand movement with the 56 hour power reserve? I would personally pay the assumed extra to get the longer power reserve over the SW-200/220 they currently use which get 38 hours.

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Re: Sellita Movements and Power Reserves

Post by Bahnstormer_vRS »

Maybe in time, yes. Then maybe not.

If they do it will be a good enhancement to their watches and further step up in their offerings.


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