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Who else is just in love with watch movements?

I am so happy about these glass bottoms. You always have the possibility to take a closer look to some details โœจ

*I sadly do not own this Glashuette PanoMaticLunar by now, just made some pictures in a Bucherer Store with a friends camera ๐Ÿ“ธ

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Great ro see the moviments, A Lange & Sรถhne and F P Journe ,the best !

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BTW , the movimen of my Vortic, inside is a Hamilton pocket moviment from 1927.

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At the level of watches I own (Vostok to Rolex) I'd rather have a thinner watch than have an expo caseback. I know what a movement looks like, I'll appreciate a thinner watch every day.

The upper crust movements are a work of art, but I'm not likely to buy that kind of watch.

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Display caseback with a nice movement is always a plus for me. Hard to find an automatic movement that does it so beautifully and unique as this. This is definitely one of the defining features and value of this watch.

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Absolutely. Movements are half the fun.

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I do have this, but with the silver/white dial. Excellent watch, really feels next level to wear, and draws compliments because it is quite beautiful.

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Def in love with this watch (but in silver/green). My next milestone watch . . . prob in the next couple of years if all goes well ๐Ÿ™‚ Already all in on GO and drool over the GO hardback catalog at night ha.