Reviewing the Sinn 910

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Reviewing the Sinn 910

Post by koimaster » June 13th 2021, 11:23am

While Sinn offers various classic models, especially in its Frankfurt Financial District Watches collection, the Frankfurt-based brand is mainly known for its sporty watches and functional timepieces. Among these is also a remarkably elegant chronograph. The 910 Anniversary Split-Seconds Chronograph, our test watch, is well worth mentioning and deserves a strong recommendation for aficionados and collectors. This model, available in a limited edition of 300 pieces, is a rather rare item in the world of watches: a column-wheel chronograph with a split-seconds function at an affordable price of $6,330.

Carrying Along and Catching Up Require Stable Movement Constructions
You can hardly find anything comparable except for the noteworthy Double Felix from the small but fine Habring2 manufacture in Völkermarkt, Austria. This model is equipped with a hand-wound manufacture caliber and is priced at €7,750. And at the upper end of the scale is the A. Lange & Söhne Triple Split for $147,000, which has a triple rattrapante and flyback function in combination with numerous other technical refinements.

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