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  1. CameronD May 10, 2020

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    Love mine. I alternate between the bracelet and the blue leather strap.
     
  2. shishy www.hpmor.com May 10, 2020

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  3. bubu16 May 11, 2020

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    Mine-M2 256 Pilot I believe and 103 early version. Pieces not you see everyday "Bell and Ross by Sinn" IMG_4555.JPG IMG_4555.JPG IMG_4556.JPG IMG_3593.JPG
     
  4. bubu16 May 11, 2020

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    Sorry about the Lemania Bell and Ross by Sinn. That is not mine. Not sure where I got the shot but I have the 156 by Sinn on;y. My apology. Thanks
     
  5. Njnjcfp88 May 26, 2020

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    U50 fresh out of the box...
     
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  6. KingCrouchy May 26, 2020

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    Looks great, how do you like it? Seems to fit perfectly on your wrist.:thumbsup:
     
  7. Njnjcfp88 May 26, 2020

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    thanks KingC..... first impressions after a weekend wearing? Uber-legible dial ( typical on Sinn) ..IMO, Sinn’s anti-reflective is industry standard. The interplay of the red orange, deep matte black and stark white are a winning color scheme. Feels very light on the wrist
    ( similar to my 566 on a H link )...the LEGO hands, which I can see some folks - not being crazy about... for me only add to the military tool feel to it. The brushed matte H link bracelet and case give that look too. Lume seems decent enough for what I’m doing at night. I never owed the U1 ( only tried it on) ,.. but for my tastes this U50 is a hit. I think Sinn will move a lot of German U Boat steel on this latest diver from them.
     
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  8. KingCrouchy May 27, 2020

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    Thanks for sharing your impressions.:thumbsup:
    I found the U1 too big for my wrist, so I'm very happy to hear that the U50 covers what I like about Sinn. I also think that it will be a hit, smart of Sinn to have listen to the wishes of their audience.
     
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  9. Stripey May 27, 2020

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    Lovely watch. I've often thought about a Sinn diver. Their design language is really coherent.
     
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  10. Njnjcfp88 Jun 9, 2020

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    Still loving this one too.
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  11. Mpnunes Oct 26, 2020

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    Darn you Sinn! New limited edition...I feel my wallet getting lighter!
     
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  12. Foo2rama Keeps his worms in a ball instead of a can. Oct 26, 2020

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    That works...

    that works very well...
     
  13. Mpnunes Oct 26, 2020

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    Yep. And here's the white dial version. Both work very well, imo.
     
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  14. HappyJack Nov 2, 2020

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    I have long hankered after a Sinn, and last year bought a Sinn 140A. It is a gorgeous watch with high quality case finishing, a highly legible Lemania 5012-type display and some very neat features, including waterproof chrono pushers. But for some reason I never used it for swimming and despite the scratch resistant Tegimented steel case, it didn't get used as much as it might do for anything else, possibly because I had my trusty Fortis B-42 Cosmonaut Chrono, complete with the Lemania 5100 movement and lightweight titanium case. So I was probably a bit susceptible when I received an unsolicited approach from someone on another forum who was looking for one.
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    The Sinn 140A is now passed on, but I suspect that another Sinn model may be along before too long. I had some design input into the EZM10 when that was under development, a dozen years ago, and despite its very similar functionality to the Fortis, and its Ti case, I would like to try one some time. And then there is the Sinn EZM1, another I've been thinking of for at least a decade, or perhaps the EZM1.1 remake. Unfortunately though, they don't seem to be getting any cheaper, but, business difficulties in the current year permitting, I hope to pick one of them up in the next few months.

    But it's brand with some superb watches. In fact, if I was told I could have, say, a three watch collection but could choose only the current models from one brand, it's a toss-up as to whether I'd choose Sinn or Omega.
     
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  15. Dsloan Nov 3, 2020

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    I'd love to hear more about you ended giving design input on the EZM10!

    I have a 103 that I use all the time at work, and I think I'd love to replace it with the EZM10 at some point. I haven't been able to see one in person, but it looks like a terrific tool watch, and I love the look of a fully lumed bezel.
     
  16. DrSpock Nov 4, 2020

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    Here is mine (Sinn 104), a very nice and not too expensive watch
     
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  17. Mpnunes Nov 6, 2020

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    Wow, Sinn's on a roll! Brand new line of watches..the 105. Heres the UTC version
     
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  18. HappyJack Nov 13, 2020

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    The EZM10 story is that in around 2008 I joined a couple of watch fora - TZ-UK and Watchuseek - to get some advice on a replacement for my centre minute Revue Thommen Chrono Titanium Quartz. I worked in finance but flew a Pitts Special aerobatic biplane at weekends, and was also doing some night flying and instrument training in a variety of aircraft. I ended up with a Fortis Pilot Pro B-42 GMT Chrono, which I liked, but which was harder to read in the air than the centre minute type, so I eventually managed to track down a Revue Thommen Airspeed Titanium with a L5100 movement.

    These interests led to discussions with a couple of other pilot members who were also pilots or involved with aviation. One of them, Crusader, had some sort of consulting relationship with Sinn and so asked the pilot members in our circle to complete a survey to identify what features we found or would find most useful.

    This was at a time when the 5100 movements were no longer available and Sinn hadn’t yet launched the SZ01 movement. In my own response, IIRC, I was adamant that a pilots Chrono should have a 5100 type display for legibility, a date (for log book records), and running seconds. After several different pilots watches I knew I wanted a larger case, which meant that titanium was a preference for weight, and for night flying, well lumed hands were essential, whilst a countdown bezel, preferably lumed, would be useful ( I’d had this feature on an issued CWC diver whilst in the RN).

    So it was quite a thrill to learn, sometime later, to see that all my wish list features had ended up incorporated in the new EZM10. But by then I’d found the rare B-42 Titanium Cosmonaut Chrono LE with the Lemania 5100, and couldn’t afford the Sinn. I’ve never seen one except online, and never handled one, but I’d still like to try the model.
     
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  19. rahilb Nov 14, 2020

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    Would you be able to compare the size to some other watches? The numbers make the size look pretty great but it’s really hard to tell unless it’s next to other watches :)
     
  20. Dsloan Nov 21, 2020

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    Red bezel coordinates well with my camera kit :D

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