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cinq Wrote:Very nice article & pictures indeed. One thing I noticed though: there were questions about which movement is in the 40 mm Ingenieur. Michael first replied it was a Sellita and later corrected this, stating it's an ETA 2892. The article I now just read stated that it's a Sellita.Kind regards,Clemens
regulateur Wrote: During all the talks I had at SIHH, including with Kurt Klaus, I was confirmed it is a Sellita. It is near an ETA 2892, but you would not be able to switch parts between the two.
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Michael Friedberg Wrote in reply to:regulateur Wrote: During all the talks I had at SIHH, including with Kurt Klaus, I was confirmed it is a Sellita. It is near an ETA 2892, but you would not be able to switch parts between the two.I was told otherwise by Stefan Ihnen, who is the technical director. In addition, the Ingenieur catalog lists the calibre as a 30110 which is an ETA number. Herr Ihnen told me that Sellita is only used in the Portofino line. Sorry to disagree.
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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Well, I wasn't that sorry ;) But I'm now sure of this movement,But also, a minor correction. The new dual time uses a special base movement by Sellita as specified for IWC, with a base plate drilled to accept a new IWC dual time module, based on the UTC design. So there is one non-Portofino partial Sellita.