I decided I really have to save up for a Lemania 5100 driven watch 2004 is probably the last year of production (introduced in 1978), and this movement is really worth the ‘investment’.
This chronograph movement is very sturdy and reliable and was/is used in Omega Speedmaster models, Sinn, Tutima, Bell & Ross and even in Alain Silberstein’s watches. Except for the last one, all are very functional ‘tool’ watches so to speak.
I think I want something like this, or a vintage Omega Speedmaster Automatic ST176.0012:
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