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Watch Rating Formula

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Oh, Velociphile! Behave!

Chances of me being impressed by a new watch coming out at Basel or SIHH is equal to:

(vph^2 X balance wheel inertia X power reserve)

divided by

(watch diameter X daily rate) ^2

Velociphile’s Journey into Watches: Finally! A Formula for Rating Watches

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