Why are Sea Gulls inexpensive?

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Re: Why are Sea Gulls inexpensive?

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Lavaine wrote:Actually Lod, I think the current PRS-5 uses the ST-19, and the original 'Broadarrow' Prs-5 used the 3133.

>the PRS-5 lives again as a "Precista" and is now fitted with the Seagull ST-19 chronograph movement.
I concur - it also now features a good looking swan neck regulator and is a very nice movement in my eyes.
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Re: Why are Sea Gulls inexpensive?

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Got me one of dem.
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Mortis wrote:Got me one of dem.
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What a lovely looking movement :thumbup:
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