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I think this is very impressive. The video is quick but good.

 

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I remember when "thin was in". Once had a super thin 1960's Seiko Goldfeather that was really thin. Sometimes wish I had kept it.

Great article Mike.
 

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"Thin" showed a great watchmaking firm, anyone could make lumpen movements.

Nowadays with big chunky cases being in fashion the quest for slimness seems to have gone out of the window although of course it is far easier to make a slim manual wind movements than an auto.

My thinnest watch is this Hamilton Intra-Matic auto with micro rotor movement to keep it slim.



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