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I recently purchased a Timegrapher. I am setting up spread sheet to track the accuracy of a couple of my my watches.
The one lift angle I can't find so far is for the Black Bay GMT. Does anyone have this information.
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I think all the MT calibres are 49. However I'm not 100% on this.


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I think all the MT calibres are 49. However I'm not 100% on this.


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Thank you.

I know the movement is relativity new from 2018.
I have been looking online trying to find any lift angle information on it but so far no luck.
There are several websites I have found with lift angle information but nothing on the new Tudor movements.
 
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