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I'm selling my Sinn EZM-2. It is still wrapped in plastic, fresh from a full service and re-oiling in Germany. If you're looking at this, surely you're familiar with this incredible dive watch, but for those who aren't check out the link at the bottom of this post. These are quite rare and do not often come for sale on the secondary market. Given its rarity and the cost of the service, I believe it is very fairly priced at $1880.
The serial number engraved on the case back is 403.2169, so theoretically, it is the 2169th edition of Ref. 403 (though I am not positive about that).
I'll take whatever photos you'd like, but I decided to leave the plastic on for the buyer to unwrap.
Shipping is free within the United States; international buyers will split shipping with me 50/50. Payment via Paypal gift or bank transfer via TransferWise (the fairest currency exchange rates online).
Thanks for looking.
Background on the EZM-2: http://www.deskdivers.com/Site/EZM.html