Watchonista Feature – What About Silicon In Watches?

Watchonista asked me to write a small article on the use of silicon parts in watches. Just like a few other bloggers out there (Ariel Adams, Angus Davies, Watchonista’s blog team), I did. My write-up can be found here: Silicium On Watchonista

 

 

 

Watchonista Feature   What About Silicon In Watches?
Watchonista Feature   What About Silicon In Watches?
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Robert-Jan Broer

Founder & Editor at Fratello Watches
Robert-Jan Broer, born in 1977, watch collector and author on watches for over a decade. Founder of Fratello Watches in 2004.
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  1. Luxest » Speedy Tuesday – OMEGA Speedmaster Racing Reply

    […] has a wearable 40mm diameter.  The caliber 3330 movement has a co-axial escapement and a silicium balance and spring. Furthermore, the movement has been COSC certified, meaning it is very accurate […]

  2. Speedy Tuesday - OMEGA Speedmaster Racing Reply

    […] has a wearable 40mm diameter.  The caliber 3330 movement has a co-axial escapement and a silicium balance and spring. Furthermore, the movement has been COSC certified, meaning it is very accurate […]

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