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      04-26-2012, 02:37 PM   #1527
Epacy2
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are you saying that because that's what you've read and dealers have told you?

because it should be no different then a 28,000 vph watch unless it's a 36,000 vph watch, then it would be smoother, but still no smoother then others of the same speed.

It's a myth that's passed around by Breitling owners and Breitling forums.

fact is, most Breitlings are using an ETA movement that is the same as in most watches. So it is technically impossible for it to be different then the same movement in a different watch.
Wow, talk about showing some personal bias here. I was simply stating that it is still certified and keeps great time, regardless of the smoothness.

I have no idea what this myth is you talk about but it's quite obvious you have some deep-seeded issue with this topic and fly off the handle without understanding what I was saying.
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