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Chad the Watch Guy points us to an amazing look at the ETA 2892, the workhorse of ETA’s line that appears again and again in numerous timepieces.

An indepth look at the ETA 2892 [Chronometrie]

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I recently purchased an Ellesse sports watch on eBay. It is the only “designer” item I have ever bought. It was used and had a shortened proprietary stainless band that would fit only the narrowest wrist. Thus I spent very little on it. I fabricated an attractive extension for it in solid titanium. It now fits me perfectly. The watch itself seems to be of very solid construction and I’m happy with the quality. I would not have interested in it but for the 2892-A2 movement. I believe it would be difficult to purchase such quality elsewhere for so cheap. Why would a designer use such quality? JBB West Chester, Pa., U.S.A.

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