Sinn’s new T50 titanium diver

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Re: Sinn’s new T50 titanium diver

Post by Mark1 » February 22nd 2023, 6:55pm

It's a nice looking watch, and like most Sinns it is reasonably sized. Like the article mentioned it would be desirable for $2k, not so much at 4 or 5k. Neither titanium nor their hardening process add much cost to the manufacturer.
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Re: Sinn’s new T50 titanium diver

Post by conjurer » February 22nd 2023, 7:37pm

Mark1 wrote:
February 22nd 2023, 6:55pm
It's a nice looking watch, and like most Sinns it is reasonably sized. Like the article mentioned it would be desirable for $2k, not so much at 4 or 5k. Neither titanium nor their hardening process add much cost to the manufacturer.
One would think so regarding the increased price. However, I have the U50 with the black DLC tagimented, and it's only (!) six hundred less; this one is made of Ti, with gas-filled case and the capsule that decreases humidity inside the case, which the U50 doesn't have. The T50 also has a domed sapphire crystal, while the U50's is flat.

I won't get one because I find the U50 perfectly adequate, and wear it a lot. I've never been a big fan of Ti wartches, anyway.
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