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Re: Some tools for consideration *LINK*

: Well, it would seem odd to start with the 134x
: movement family unless you wanted one of its
: key features, central pinion-mounted chrono
: seconds and minutes, exactly as per the
: 5100.
: I have to say I know nothing about Ebel, but it
: seems very unlikely that this is the case.

: However, it is Breguet that has ended up with
: the Nouvelle Lemania Company (in 1992).

: You can understand that with a haut horology
: reputation like Breguet, incorporating the
: 5100 into their range would look terrible -
: It has plastic parts - the horror.

: However, almost equal function was available in
: an all-metal movement, the 134x series

: Their Type 21 does have central pinion
: chrono-minutes and seconds, and I have read
: that this is a development of the 134x, but
: being an idiot, I did not save the link and
: searching for it now has proved entirely
: fruitless.

: Sorry not to be more helpful, I would
: appreciate any more knowledge, as the 134x
: series fascinates me, mostly for its very
: short-lived career.

: Cheers
: DaveS

I found the link -- which is below and labeled Ebel

The comment was actually that the movement was a Lemania 1352 or 135X, not a 134X.

So now I'm really confused.


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