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Couple of fellas have already asked me this irl but since I have yet to use -and abuse a little- of one, I can't yet tell.

There's pros and cons of having a new movement, an in-house in particular, but that precise caliber is yet to be tested.

What I can tell you is that I have a new bronze Black Bay and till todya, I have found it very reliable.

Forget about the "in-house" fad in the industry. If a movement is good, then great, if not, doesn't matter is its exclusive or not.

Remeber the Patek Philippe 5970 -of which there is a nice article right now at Hodinkee-, has also a Lemania based caliber in its interior.

Pic: another great Omega

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