Like anybody else, they can obviously make educated guesses (and in this instance, that was the best I could do too!), but for many things ADs are necessarily the last to receive information directly from the brand. As for the 5131s, I can't imagine more
What I'm pretty sure about is the number of 5131 dials produced for each of the four metals is more or less in the same ballpark. The fact that some 5131 iterations lasted less (R and P) does not necessarily imply production was also less, as these things
In the above thread, l wrote and still believe today regarding the numbers previously mentioned: My understanding is that there are now two teams that make the enamel dials. I estimate that each week only one enamel dial can be made (due to wastage during
In response to the OP of HoroTraveller.. Caliber 240 which powers the 5110 ( and the subsequent 5130 and 5230 as well) uses Silinvar ( the abbreviation for Silicon Invariable) as part of the escape wheel ( spiromax balance). This iteration was from 2005 a
I Think we are seeing too little of this reference at the moment despite so many here own one. So I think it’s time to show this super cool reference no matter which version you have. I just grabbed a few shots of mine. Please join me.