You are righ: It shouldn't be hard................ since it's impossible! b-)As far as I've read the Unitas movement is less susceptible to the impact, than other movements and is reliable movement. My understanding is that Stowa do not do COSC for the MO. Why not? It's should not be hard, right? Thank you for the input.
You are righ: It shouldn't be hard................ since it's impossible! b-)
I don't know any source delivering an UNITAS 6497/6498 with a COSC specification,
Not all movements are created equally (some more stable and precise) and some can be adjusted to be astonishingly accurate.Thanks for your responses guys...
10+ eh? Don't suppose you can grumble at that... though I must admit, I would have hoped for single figures.
It's a far more beautiful movement through the saphire than you'd get with the automatic to be sure... and the "pocket watch" movement in a deck watch / wrist watch has a certain historical pleasure to it... and the small second hand is where the marine gets a lot of its charm... but for a third less you can get the cosc and greater accuracy... even if the movement is a little less snazzy... but then what does snazzy matter if it isn't as accurate... and what about the (to me at least) less pleasing date window!!!
Was hoping the original would come back 8 or 9+ then my decision would have been easier...
Hi Volker,Hi ufc75,
try to tell people at PANERAI that they are using UNITAS - and after you left the hospital, tell me their answer,