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Eterna Eternity Legacy Automatic Watch

Eterna Eternity Legacy Automatic Watch

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Hey everyone, there is a deployant buckle on every watch (bracelet or strap).
I’d be in for a white/silver or blue face with leather band, and not the blingy gold PVD frosting. Maybe next time around?
Let me phrase differently...I will buy if someone will confirm the type of clasp. Is it a deployant or not? The photos don't show the reverse/buckle of the strapped variant and information on this watch is scarce.
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Thank you delnerdo. I appreciate you taking the time to help in the search. That's what I came up with too; along with a very out of focus photo where you can kind of see the clasp and it appears large (like a deployant clasp), so I believe you're correct. It would be great if someone from Massdrop would weigh in for a little assurance, but that almost never happens in my experience (I've probably passed on a half dozen drops as a result). I don't know if they're too busy or lazy/just don't care, but I'm certain that I'm not alone.
M.a.v
based on other photos on other sites I believe it is deployment
The Sellita 300 series is on par with ETA 2892 movement. Both movements are used in many watches that go before the COSC certification process. This watch is not COSC certified but it could make the standard if you wanted by taking it to a watchmaker for some fine tuning. I believe both movements are considered superior to the ETA 2824-2 and the Sellita 200 series and are thinner. This is why this watch is so thin at under 10 mm. Very few watches that use this movement come in under $1,000. Funny that Eterna uses this movement. Didn't Eterna create the ETA movements way back in the day? Now they use a Sellita.
roamy360
ETA was originally a part of Eterna, who spun it off as a separate company a long time ago. Some time after that Swatch bought ETA. Recently, Swatch has restricted access to ETA movements and parts to companies within the Swatch umbrella. Therefore non-Swatch companies have migrated to other movements.
839 on Chrono24 I think the watch is priced decently Sellita is a good movement with eta becoming scarce we might wanna get used to it if anything I would be concerned with the mass drop warenty
Eterna with Sellita movement?
Well I can tell you that Amazon is selling the 2951.41.10.1700 version for $140 more than MD is. Still I'm guessing if one is in the market for seven-hundred dollar dress watch, other options would take president.
The Sellita caliber is a copy, verging on forgery, of the ETA caliber. 699 is expensive for a watch like this though, that should be the price before dismount rather than after.
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You think I can find one of those on eBay? Steinhart used screws on this bracelet and I put locktite on them I tinker with watches myself swap out movements mods etc quite a bit of tools
ED61
EBay is not a good place to sell, but it is a good place to browse. You shouldn't be putting Loctite on those screws, but if you do, use 222MS. If you have tools, use a torque driver instead. Swapping a movement and dismantling a movement are different things, every wheel should be oiled.
Photos don't show...is this a deployant or buckle?
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Anyone know what the normal street prices is for this watch? is 699 a real good deal?
TXCraig
Check on chrono24.
what's the difference between the two lower priced models?
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that's very subtle.
thanks but I think they're both leather.