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Re: Seagull

Post by okies » 23 Aug 2012 10:20

lunarin79 wrote:
morningbell wrote:
Found another japanese brand using the movement. Got the patek 5170 vibe.

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This is nice
Would be better if they just remove the partial 3 and 9 on the dial :lol:
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Re: Seagull

Post by MeePokMan » 23 Aug 2012 12:00

this one nice anot?

Wuyi using a Seagull ST2130 automatic movement.

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Re: Seagull

Post by lunarin79 » 23 Aug 2012 12:09

tot 40mm too small for u :twisted:
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Re: Seagull

Post by MeePokMan » 23 Aug 2012 12:14

lunarin79 wrote:tot 40mm too small for u :twisted:
for dress watch i am ok with 38-40mm :mrgreen:
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Re: Seagull

Post by lunarin79 » 23 Aug 2012 12:17

MeePokMan wrote:
lunarin79 wrote:tot 40mm too small for u :twisted:
for dress watch i am ok with 38-40mm :mrgreen:
oh ok but...






the Wuyi bo swee

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Re: Seagull

Post by MeePokMan » 23 Aug 2012 12:24

my ex-made in china watches (all flipped liao)

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now left only this one dunno what movement (CEO, this one swee boh? :lol: )
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Re: Seagull

Post by lunarin79 » 23 Aug 2012 12:42

MeePokMan wrote:
now left only this one dunno what movement (CEO, this one swee boh? :lol: )
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buay pai.

use 'hello' movt one lor
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Re: Seagull

Post by MeePokMan » 23 Aug 2012 13:19

lunarin79 wrote:
MeePokMan wrote:
now left only this one dunno what movement (CEO, this one swee boh? :lol: )
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buay pai.

use 'hello' movt one lor
hello is smlj movement?
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Re: Seagull

Post by morningbell » 24 Aug 2012 15:45

Malo wrote:Anyone heard of Beijing Watch Company? Not much information about this company.

Sorry for the OT :)
OT in Seagull thread. The reviews I read on Beijing is not bad but they don't seem to have international aspirations like seagull. Very reasonable pricing and classy designs. Never handled before so oso curious on their quality. I added some pics for comparision.

Zhufeng
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Seems insipred by
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Beihai
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looks like jubilee
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Re: Seagull

Post by Malo » 24 Aug 2012 17:40

morningbell wrote:
Malo wrote:Anyone heard of Beijing Watch Company? Not much information about this company.

Sorry for the OT :)
OT in Seagull thread. The reviews I read on Beijing is not bad but they don't seem to have international aspirations like seagull. Very reasonable pricing and classy designs. Never handled before so oso curious on their quality. I added some pics for comparision.

Zhufeng
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Seems insipred by
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Beihai
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looks like jubilee
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This is nice. Where to see it in person?
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Re: Seagull

Post by morningbell » 25 Aug 2012 09:17

I have not seen anyone post beijing watch in wruw here or othe local forums before :D I don't think it is sold in any b&m shop in sg.
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Re: Seagull

Post by Ed.YEO » 25 Aug 2012 12:15

morningbell wrote:I have not seen anyone post beijing watch in wruw here or othe local forums before :D I don't think it is sold in any b&m shop in sg.
That's because the SWISS and Japs had built their foundations as the most reliable watches to seek for locally for decades.
When it comes to China made watches, general folks would first think of reliability and durability, rather than pricing.
Long before SEAGULL manage to stand still in local market, ARBUTUS had tried to make entry to local market ends up have to back off 2 times, with changing hands of distribution agent. Originality of watches design also plays an important part to display their identity. China watches are often regarded, might be unfairly, as copycats.

This is why quality makers like Beijing Watch and Shanghai Watch do not have a chance to build up their foundations here in SG lor...

On top of all these... the question remains, who'll come to service the Tiong watches if it breaks down. Who to look for?
yan sang yew guo dak fai lok, zao yew dui yan hor see zou luo jik xing geh fan sik yu goon cha, ng hai zou yoo chun mong mok dek pan duun... yoo guo yi liong din doh mou geh wa, yat gor yan geh yat sang zao guo dak gey pok gai loh...
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Re: Seagull

Post by Mobilenerd » 26 Aug 2012 10:30

Personally owned an Arbutus tonneau before. Frankly apart from the mineral crystal, the rest of the watch is well built. Have since passe it on to a friend who is still using it faithfully till today.

When the first agent gave up the distributorship, I managed to grab one for $100 from a watch shop. Dirt cheap. Wished there were more deals like this. :)
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Re: Seagull

Post by Vinc04 » 29 Aug 2012 06:20

Heard Seagull also got imitations in china, is it true?

If Seagull also got imitation, jia luc seah....
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Re: Seagull

Post by pacman1188 » 29 Aug 2012 11:41

Yep, they have imitation Seagull and everything else in the Middle Kingdom.... I always wonder what I am (really) eating when over there.

Anyway, I see a lot of complains in their local watch forum on fakes when buying online (T.Bao shops)
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Re: Seagull

Post by Vinc04 » 31 Aug 2012 06:15

pacman1188 wrote:Yep, they have imitation Seagull and everything else in the Middle Kingdom.... I always wonder what I am (really) eating when over there.

Anyway, I see a lot of complains in their local watch forum on fakes when buying online (T.Bao shops)
That's the problem... Anyone know how to differentiate real and fake seagull?
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Re: Seagull

Post by CoolieND » 01 Sep 2012 03:17

Who knows, two '10's on a dial? :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Seagull

Post by Vinc04 » 01 Sep 2012 09:20

CoolieND wrote:Who knows, two '10's on a dial? :lol: :lol: :lol:
That is "Limited Edition"... I will grab!! Hahahhahahah :D
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Re: Seagull

Post by Malo » 06 Sep 2012 17:03

Saw some Seagull tourbillon watches at their outlet at People's Park today. Ask about the price of the tourbillon out of curiously...$8000plus came the reply. Way out of my league manz, but the tourbillon sure looks great in person :-)
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Re: Seagull

Post by Malo » 08 Sep 2012 10:05

Anyone know if the price tag of the Seagull watch ftom their outlet at People's Park are nett price or still got discount? Interested in their Retrograde day & date. Thanks in advance! !
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