This Sinn 556a came in recently just needing a movement service, the reason I’ve featured it is because a) I love Sinn watches and b) it’s one of Sinn’s entry level watches. However, despite it being ‘entry level’ the design and finish of this watch is phenomenal. Sinn are one of the few ‘smaller’ brands to produce their own cases and it shows in the beautifully machined and executed example on this 556a. It has a satinised finish which comes somewhere between polished and brushed giving it a clean appearance.
Apologies for the gap since my last update, this is entirely due to the volume of work I’ve got in right now. I thought it prudent to focus my energies on trying to reduce the queue length a little but it doesn’t seem to get any less no matter how hard I work! Anyway, I couldn’t let this Sinn U1 pass by without comment as I think they are beautifully crafted watches. This came in for a movement service and 1,000m pressure test recently.
This Sinn 103 chronograph came in for a problem with the crown to be sorted, only a small job really but as you don’t see these very often and it’s such a gorgeous Bundeswher type chronograph it would be a sinn not to show it (geddit?)!