Cheers mate. Then this should say "Chung Kuo Technology" to complete the ConfusionI've seen it before.
The movement is a Chinese 'copy' of a Swiss movement. The movement this one copies says Made in Switzerland in the same spot.
I disagree. If such an inscription had been visible on the original sample shown, I would probably have objected as detracting from a Chinese watch forum project.For an F72 watch, I think it adds charm. I'm for it!
I've been informed that the 'copy' is supposedly of the IWC 5001 7-day movement. The Pellaton auto-winding system is prominently visible lying in the same plane as the fully-exposed ratchet wheel. There are numerous other obvious differences that mark the Liaoning SL-6601 as a unique design.What movement is this a copy of?
The Powerpuff Girls watch? That's next year's project :-dAnd I had thought that "Swiss Technology" inscription was an acknowledgement rather than a replication of something else.
Anyway, thanks for the clarification MrDagon007. I like "Power Reserve" much better than "Swiss Technology", heck, even "Powerpuff Girls" would be better than a rep of anything.
So my friend found subsets similar the 7750 and the 2824 (hence "swiss technology" inspired!), probably reused from their other products, but much of the movement is its own thing..
6. The movement doesn't look to me like any other movement. As was mentioned, it may be a combination of portions of other movements--the going train could certainly fit in a smaller movement.
Rick "timing test in progress" Denney