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    Anybody here got a watch with a STP movement inside?

    I was reading about them yesterday and am intrigued to find out how they compare with other manufacturers?

  • #2
    Not yet but I will be getting a Kickstarter offering shortly that will have an STP movement in it. From the research I did on it, they appear to be a good quality movement based on the venerable 2824-2 (at least the model I am getting).

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bfltd0 View Post
      Not yet but I will be getting a Kickstarter offering shortly that will have an STP movement in it. From the research I did on it, they appear to be a good quality movement based on the venerable 2824-2 (at least the model I am getting).
      Which project was that?

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      • #4
        It is a watch from Werenbach that cones with dials that are cut out from metal parts from an actual body of a Soyuz rocket that has fallen back to earth. I think it is kind of cool. Most dials are brass. This is something different.

        I went for a Model 1 (but one of the first 10 serial numbers). Very tempted by the Model 5 though.

        https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...eborne-rockets

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        • #5
          Originally posted by bfltd0 View Post
          It is a watch from Werenbach that cones with dials that are cut out from metal parts from an actual body of a Soyuz rocket that has fallen back to earth. I think it is kind of cool. Most dials are brass. This is something different.

          I went for a Model 1 (but one of the first 10 serial numbers). Very tempted by the Model 5 though.

          https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...eborne-rockets
          Now, that is very cool! As a space fan, I would have loved to have been in on that project.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by bfltd0 View Post
            It is a watch from Werenbach that cones with dials that are cut out from metal parts from an actual body of a Soyuz rocket that has fallen back to earth. I think it is kind of cool. Most dials are brass. This is something different.

            I went for a Model 1 (but one of the first 10 serial numbers). Very tempted by the Model 5 though.

            https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...eborne-rockets
            Very cool and neat execution. I like the writing on the dials, as well as the signs of wear.

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            • #7
              Is that the type of movement my GI Dr should have warned me about?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Rodentman View Post
                Is that the type of movement my GI Dr should have warned me about?
                No, that's a STD movement!

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