Ducati Men's Automatic Watch CW0009 With Carbon Black Fibre Dial And Rubber Strap - £311.25 Delievered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Ducati Men's Automatic Watch CW0009 With Carbon Black Fibre Dial And Rubber Strap - £311.25 Delievered @ Amazon

£311.25 @ Amazon
Has same swiss auto chronograph valjoux eta 7750 movement as used in high end Brietling, Longines, Omega, Oris, Tag etc watches Before voting this cold, please note: the movement in the watch is … Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Has same swiss auto chronograph valjoux eta 7750 movement as used in high end Brietling, Longines, Omega, Oris, Tag etc watches

Before voting this cold, please note: the movement in the watch is sold for nearly £300 on its own. It is used by all the high end watch manufacturers, and is a quality movement that lasts for decades!

Have a read around on the web about the Valjoux / ETA 7750 movement and you will see why at £311.25 this is a very good buy.

Product Specifications
Watch Information
Brand: Ducati
Model Number: CW0009
Part number: CW0009
Item Shape: round
Display Type: chronograph
Case Material: Stainless Steel
Case Diameter: 44 millimetres
Case Thickness: 15 millimetres
Band Material: Caoutchouc
Band Width: 27 millimetres
Dial Colour: black
Item weight: 165 grams
Movement: Automatic
Water Resistant Depth: 100 metres
Warranty type: Manufacturer
Warranty Description: 2 years
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1 Like #1
i wish i could trust myself not to scrape it against a wall or something, great post OP
#2
Have some heat. Might be a bit early for the cold voters though :-)
#3
Good price voted hot, don't like the design myself.
#4
If it's the same movement as my £1100 Omega (birthday present) it's the worst timekeeper I've ever had - loses over a minute a day! Chronograph buttons very clunky too.

If you actually want a watch to tell the time buy a cheap quartz one. No doubt this is a good price though and I like the look of it.
#5
rjm67
Have some heat. Might be a bit early for the cold voters though :-)


Nah they are already here! voting cold without saying why!

Thanks anyways!
#6
Besford
If it's the same movement as my £1100 Omega (birthday present) it's the worst timekeeper I've ever had - loses over a minute a day! Chronograph buttons very clunky too.

If you actually want a watch to tell the time buy a cheap quartz one. No doubt this is a good price though and I like the look of it.


I think yours needs a service my friend, my other 7750 watches keep within +/- 5 secs / day....
#7
I take itthis one doesnt have the same movement ?
#8
Monkeybumcheeks
I take it [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDucati-CW0001-Chronograph-Stainless-Rubber%2Fdp%2FB001VGXYAK%2Fref%3Dpd_sim_sbs_watches_1]this one[/url] doesnt have the same movement ?


Movement: Quartz

That would be a bargain if it did!
#9
surahman
Monkeybumcheeks
I take it [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDucati-CW0001-Chronograph-Stainless-Rubber%2Fdp%2FB001VGXYAK%2Fref%3Dpd_sim_sbs_watches_1]this one[/url] doesnt have the same movement ?


Movement: Quartz

That would be a bargain if it did!


Might keep better time than the automatic though !!
#10
Monkeybumcheeks
surahman
Monkeybumcheeks
I take it [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FDucati-CW0001-Chronograph-Stainless-Rubber%2Fdp%2FB001VGXYAK%2Fref%3Dpd_sim_sbs_watches_1]this one[/url] doesnt have the same movement ?


Movement: Quartz

That would be a bargain if it did!


Might keep better time than the automatic though !!


True, but the quartz may not last decades! pluses and minuses both ways...
#11
mumbojumbo
surahman
Before voting this cold, please note: the movement in the watch is sold for nearly £300 on its own.


Daft comment. The cost of spare parts will always be more than buying the watch itself e.g. a stainless steel clasp for an Omega was ~£150 "on its own".


True that is part and parcel of owning high quality Swiss watches...
#12
Buy fake in spain 9 euros
#13
Obscene - but probably hot - price in these recessionary times.
#14
Do we need threads on individual watches when the overall deal has already been posted here:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/75-off-ducati-watches-amazon/922770
#15
robertr
Do we need threads on individual watches when the overall deal has already been posted here:-

[url=%0Ahttp://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/75-off-ducati-watches-amazon/922770]
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/75-off-ducati-watches-amazon/922770[/url]


I don't suppose it does, however that applies to all posts, and it never happens, and as you are probably aware any deals that stand out tend to be listed... hence this post....
#16
surahman how do you know its a 7750 movement mate?
#17
defard
surahman how do you know its a 7750 movement mate?


Here is a link to confirm:

Link

Edited By: surahman on Apr 19, 2011 15:38
#18
Cheers....Was considering a bell & ross but may have to try one of these babies first!
#19
I'm currently on the look out for a decent automatic watch, possibly 7750 based, but this watch just doesn't do it for me visually. I've voted hot because it really is good value but unless I'm going to take the movement out and use it in a custom case I don't think I'll be wearing it.

mumbojumbo
surahman
Before voting this cold, please note: the movement in the watch is sold for nearly £300 on its own.


Daft comment. The cost of spare parts will always be more than buying the watch itself e.g. a stainless steel clasp for an Omega was ~£150 "on its own".


The movement is not usually a spare part you will buy, the price quoted for the movement is the cost that the maker will be (close to) paying for the movement prior to putting it in the case.

Edited By: CountFilth on Apr 19, 2011 23:10
#20
surahman
Besford
If it's the same movement as my £1100 Omega (birthday present) it's the worst timekeeper I've ever had - loses over a minute a day! Chronograph buttons very clunky too.

If you actually want a watch to tell the time buy a cheap quartz one. No doubt this is a good price though and I like the look of it.


I think yours needs a service my friend, my other 7750 watches keep within +/- 5 secs / day....


Yes, it needs a service (I've been quoted £150+!) but it has lost time since new.
#21
mumbojumbo
As are all the parts?


Well, I doubt the strap is worth £300, but I'm not sure what your point is. This is a hot deal for a watch with a valjoux movement.
#22
mumbojumbo
CountFilth
mumbojumbo
As are all the parts?


Well, I doubt the strap is worth £300, but I'm not sure what your point is. This is a hot deal for a watch with a valjoux movement.


Not sure what your point was either? It's not COSC certified and there's no mention of the movement in the specifications. Ducati watches come under the Binda group (Seiko, Breil, etc) so it seems strange that they would choose a movement from one of its competitors over one of its own.

Interesting to note that ETA (Swatch Group) were investigated for operating a monopoly on its supply of ébauches at a cost up to CHF300 (£200) apparently:[url=%0Ahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA_SA#Valjoux_7750]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA_SA#Valjoux_7750[/url]


Whether or not it is COSC certified does not detract from the fact that this movement has been COSC certified in other watches. The difference is literally that Ducati have not paid to have each watch certified, hence the lower cost. What ever group they come over, again does not make much difference to the movement used, Omega, Breitling all use this movement and yet don't belong to the the makes of the 7750 movement. A few poor argument and of no real consequence to the great price..

Please refer to the link above regarding which movement is used, and you can always google....

Monopolies exist everywhere, even for bread and milk! should we boycott those too?

Poor poor excuse, and very necessary argument..... Mumbo Jumbo indeed....

Edited By: surahman on Apr 20, 2011 12:39
#23
mumbojumbo
surahman
mumbojumbo
CountFilth
mumbojumbo
As are all the parts?


Well, I doubt the strap is worth £300, but I'm not sure what your point is. This is a hot deal for a watch with a valjoux movement.


Not sure what your point was either? It's not COSC certified and there's no mention of the movement in the specifications. Ducati watches come under the Binda group (Seiko, Breil, etc) so it seems strange that they would choose a movement from one of its competitors over one of its own.

Interesting to note that ETA (Swatch Group) were investigated for operating a monopoly on its supply of ébauches at a cost up to CHF300 (£200) apparently:[url=%0Ahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA_SA#Valjoux_7750]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ETA_SA#Valjoux_7750[/url]


Whether or not it is COSC certified does not detract from the fact that this movement has been COSC certified in other watches. The difference is literally that Ducati have not paid to have each watch certified, hence the lower cost. What ever group they come over, again does not make much difference to the movement used, Omega, Breitling all use this movement and yet don't belong to the the makes of the 7750 movement. A few poor argument and of no real consequence to the great price..

Please refer to the link above regarding which movement is used, and you can always google....

Monopolies exist everywhere, even for bread and milk! should we boycott those too?

Poor poor excuse, and very necessary argument..... Mumbo Jumbo indeed....


There is still no confirmation of the movement used.
Certification involves assessment of the assembly process as well as of the part.


Use google and do some self directed learning, and in addition I have ordered one and it shows clearly in the literature it has a 7750 movement.

As for certification, again do some research before making random comments... its to assess several aspects of a watches performance, rather than the parts used to produce it. Again, google will be an invaluable resource for you.

And to keep things from getting tiring, what is the real purpose of this site... if you can find one of these watches cheaper, please post...
#24
All gone... no real surprise!

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