Hi everyone,

Up for sale today is my Sinn EZM 14 otherwise known as a T1b. She is in excellent condition cosmetically and mechanically. The watch has no issues. The crowns screws down with many rotations, the crystal is free of any flaws, the date turns as intended, the copper -sulfate capsule located below the 6:00 o’clock marker is an extremely light blue. You will not find any cosmetic or mechanical issues with the tegimented, lock down bezel either. The only flaws in the watch will be a cosmetic now you see it now you don’t scratch that goes diagonally through the S on the signed clasp and some very minor rub marks on a link or two in the bracelet. The watch comes with all the items you would expect to receive if purchased new. All the links to make a full bracelet, the adhesive for the screws, the Sinn tool, allen wrenches, the warranty card and sleeve (dated 12/15) and book. I had plans of wearing this one often, and I was going to buy the fitted rubber deployant clasp and strap. However, as this hobby goes . . . my tastes once again shifted and that never happened. This watch needs a new wrist. My watch policy has always been . . . if it’s not being worn, it’s time to sell. Here are the specs on the watch supplied by watchbuys.
Titanium diver's watch with blue dial
• Case diameter (mm): 45.0
• Case thickness (mm): 12.5
• Case lug width (mm): 22
• Weight - head only (grams): 71
• Water resistance: 1,000 meters
• Case back: Solid
• Case finish: Matte
• Case metal: Titanium
• Dial color: Blue
• Front crystal: Sapphire
• Tegimented: Bezel only
• Inert gas: Filled
• Copper sulphate: Capsule
• Movement: Automatic mechanical

Now some recently taken photographs

I’ll ship the watch via USPS Priority Service. Payment can be made via PayPal to a verified ConUS address only. No trades please. I have purchased and sold many watches on this forum over the years. I tend to judge my watches harshly so not to disappoint the buyer. Should you have any questions please contact me via pm. Price $2150 or perhaps a trade for a similar condition sbdxoo1. Overseas sale is possible but only if the buyer is willing to pay for additional postage expense and willing to accept responsibility for the watch once it has left the United States boarders. Should you require any other pics, let me know and I’ll text you any angles you may need.
Thanks, Kevin














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