History of the 7750

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Re: History of the 7750

Post by TemerityB » September 27th 2020, 2:59pm

I think folks like conjurer will bust what's left of my balls for noting this, but I remain a huge fan of the 7750. It's a great workhorse chrono and about as rock solid as it gets. I only own one, on a Hamilton no less, but it remains one of my favorite pieces.
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Re: History of the 7750

Post by conjurer » September 27th 2020, 7:50pm

TemerityB wrote:
September 27th 2020, 2:59pm
I think folks like conjurer will bust what's left of my balls for noting this, but I remain a huge fan of the 7750. It's a great workhorse chrono and about as rock solid as it gets. I only own one, on a Hamilton no less, but it remains one of my favorite pieces.
No ball-breaking here for the 7750. While it's certainly not the finest chrono movement ever made, it's certainly stood the test of time, and allowed plenty of us a lot of love for the hobby. I've owned several watches using this movement, and though I've had minor problems with a couple, it's still amazing for the price.
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Re: History of the 7750

Post by 3Flushes » September 28th 2020, 7:26am

conjurer wrote:
September 27th 2020, 7:50pm
TemerityB wrote:
September 27th 2020, 2:59pm
I think folks like conjurer will bust what's left of my balls for noting this, but I remain a huge fan of the 7750. It's a great workhorse chrono and about as rock solid as it gets. I only own one, on a Hamilton no less, but it remains one of my favorite pieces.
No ball-breaking here for the 7750. While it's certainly not the finest chrono movement ever made, it's certainly stood the test of time, and allowed plenty of us a lot of love for the hobby. I've owned several watches using this movement, and though I've had minor problems with a couple, it's still amazing for the price.
I've had several , and I have two currently; why, I even paid to have one fixed whose staff lost its balance.

The venerable 7750 doesn't pretend to be anything it's not and carries on as it has for decades; a dependable, highly accurate, economical, workhorse.
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