I like it when I'm wrong. Years ago, I pooh-poohed Sellita's SW200 automatic movement as a cheaper clone of ETA's 2824.
Now I own several movements with the SW200, and I find it to be a smooth-running, reliable movement that's every bit the quality of the ETA movement it was originally based on. I was really off base. I particularly enjoy the 38-hour power reserve, which I'll be dad gum if it isn't everything that it's advertised to be.
I prefer these movements over most others in their class. Interested if anyone else enjoys the SW200 as much as I have.
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