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Is a Montreal 750.703 mvt 7750 a good watch ?

Yeah, sure! Why not? I think it's a good watch, I like mine, but I think I prefer the Pasadena case better than the Montreal case.

What is its approx. value at this moment ?

It's really hard to say since I haven't seen one on the market since I bought mine about this time last year... But I believe I paid about $700 this time last year if that helps.

Is 7750 a good movement ?

Yes, the 7750 is a good solid movement. It's not haute horology, but it is a very goog very solid movement. Been in production for about 30 years now and is used by just about everyone including Rolex for their Tudor chronographs.

You can learn more about the Valjoux/ETA 7750 movement and all of it's variants via the article from HR:Watches I archived from a couple years back (shhh! don't tell anyone about the archive!)

The Valjoux 7750 Engine

Of course and as always, please feel free to post follow-up questions.

Cheers and Good Hunting!

-- Chuck

Chuck Maddox

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Non-Pasadena Pasadena Stainless 7750

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