Sinn 556 vs Dekla Turbulenz

Hello, I have been in the market for a Sinn 556 a, however, the Dekla Turbulenz has caught My attention. It is similar in aesthetic and has a hardened case. However the Sinn has an impeccable reputation, quality and high resale value. Does anyone have experience or care to comment on the Dekla. There are a lot of reviews and testimonials on the 556 but not so much on the Dekla. 

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Buy a Damasko and get the best of both worlds... Hardened case, the style Dekla copies, and a brand with nearly 30 years of history. 

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That’s a great reality check. I have DA 45 I adore but I have been fixated on a dial with Arabic  at 12,3,6 and 9. Maybe time to let that go. 

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If you try and game it out for the best "value" or whatever, you will end up wishing you got the watch you really want. Go with your heart, not your head, buy the sinn. 

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Great advice. I am always ”gaming it out” for some reason. Best way to say it.  

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I’ve only seen one review of the Dekla and that was Jody at Just One More Watch. Great review with lots of details about the watches and the company it’s self. Huge selection of watches and you can customise your watch, but it does get more and more expensive the more you add to the watch. For me and this is a personal choice, I went with the Sinn 556 as I could pick the watch I liked and I know that I’ll be getting a quality product from a well known brand. It’s all down to personal choice and what your budget is, buy what you like, not what you think others may like is my only advice 👍

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KristianG

Buy a Damasko and get the best of both worlds... Hardened case, the style Dekla copies, and a brand with nearly 30 years of history. 

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Beautiful watch, I have the blue variant. Love Damasko as a brand and would love to add a DSub one day to my collection. But I’m happy with my DS30 for now 🙏🏻

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Dekla is so underrated. They need more Attention. The Turbulenz is a fantastic watch for just 600€. You could get another watch from their collection for the price of a Damasco and a third one for the Sinn...