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windyzz
4 minutes ago, SliceMaster said:

My TT says hello

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That's beautiful man! Love the TT

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Winger78
That's beautiful man! Love the TT
Beautiful man so nice!

Skickat från min F8331 via Tapatalk

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Glaude
7 hours ago, windyzz said:

The accuracy however is not as good. Some of them are in -200 sec per day =P

You can regulate them easily !

My Navitimer A23322 rep is around -15sec/day out of the box and I could regulate it to be less than that (but I don't really care).

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windyzz
7 hours ago, Glaude said:

You can regulate them easily !

My Navitimer A23322 rep is around -15sec/day out of the box and I could regulate it to be less than that (but I don't really care).

-15sec is great for Rep... I wish I know how to do it! I'm not too hands-on person :p

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Glaude
6 minutes ago, windyzz said:

-15sec is great for Rep... I wish I know how to do it! I'm not too hands-on person :p

This is only because I haven't touched it yet, my other reps are well within -/+ 0 to 3 sec /day in multiple positions.

That's not hard at all, just need patience and no Parkinson.
Check on YouTube there are a lot of great tutorials on how to do it if you want.

I use a computer software to time them but a phone can do the trick with a timegrapher app.

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dhistory
On 2/7/2018 at 22:37, windyzz said:

Hi Winger, few tell tell sign

*so the gen on the AB0120 is using the Breitling In-house movement hence the chronograph counter layout is slightly different. In the gen, it is more towards the centre where the Rep is more space out closer to the edge (See comparison photo). 
*The Date is normally sunken in the rep, where the gen is not
*The dial in the Gen is made out of Silver, so it's much shinier when the light shine
* the White subdial is more creamy colour than pure white in the Reps
* The Gen is much thinner at 14.2mm vs 15.5-16mm in Rep

 

Side by Side Pic
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This is really good info. Nice gen you got there!

 

 

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windyzz
2 hours ago, dhistory said:

Nice gen you got there!

thanks :)

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aitcharGMT
On 08/02/2018 at 03:46, teddy875 said:

Nice pick-up!  I've always loved the navitimer line.  Follow the rules for date set (never between 10 pm and 2am, even in gen)  and chronograph reset ( reset only between 45 and 15 as the chronograph seconds hand can slip otherwise, same issue in gen) and it should give you years of service.  The 7750 has been improved from the older low beat versions.   My Datora Montbrilliant says hello!

 

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Is this a gen? I ask because I just found out that some Datoras are missing one of the outer rings, yours is not of course hence the question. thank you

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teddy875
5 hours ago, aitcharGMT said:

Is this a gen? I ask because I just found out that some Datoras are missing one of the outer rings, yours is not of course hence the question. thank you

No, it's a rep of the older dial vs the current style.  My example does have an eta 7751 in it. 

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AutoHax0r1

I'm usually not into messy dials but that is beautiful.

 

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nuvolablue

Some great info on this thread about Navitimers. Thanks to all who have contributed. Mine from JF factory says hi.
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