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MIDO Multifort Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch - $399

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Jomashop has a Mido Multifort Automatic Silver Dial Men's Watch [jomashop.com] on sale for $399

This watch has the Mido Calibre 80 [midowatches.com], which is COSC certified, making this a pretty solid buy for those looking.

Also available in Black for same price - https://www.jomashop.com/mido-wat...82-80.html

(I think this is the same watch with leather: https://www.jomashop.com/mido-wat...31-00.html too, same price)

Update: Not for sure cosc, but still not bad for a nice auto
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SUBTOTAL:$399
PHONE20:-$20
Grand Total:$379
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It usually says "chronometer" right on the Dial if it is COSC Certified. Like this Great Wall https://www.jomashop.com/mido-wat...67-00.html
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POWER RESERVE 80 hours
Sounds a lot, compare to 40-48 hours normally.

Want get one for my dad, is it good watch compare to hamilton khaki?
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(I think this is the same watch with leather: https://www.jomashop.com/mido-wat...31-00.html too, same price)
The leather one has a 40 hour power reserve compared to the 80 hours on the other ones. May be different.
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1. I don't believe this watch is COSC certified. There is nothing on the dial or case back to indicate COSC.
2. The first link is for the Mido calibre 80. It has a 38mm diameter case with bars and dots for the indices. It has an 80 hour power reserve. It has a silver dial.
3. The Mido with the dark grey dial (second link) is 42 mm in diameter. It has Arabic numerals at the indices. It has Mido Calibre 80 movement and an 80 hour power reserve.
4. The Mido with the leather strap (final link) has a different movement: ETA 2836-2. It has a 40 hour power reserve. This Mido has bars and dots as indices.
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The leather one has a 40 hour power reserve compared to the 80 hours on the other ones. May be different.
What power reserve are we talking about here? Is this a Solar Watch?
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The white dial watch has the caliber 80 movement. It is not the Caliber 80 Chronometer silicon movement you have a link to. Different movement. The grey dial is a totally different watch and different size at 42mm and it also uses the caliber 80 movement. 80 hour reserve means if the watch is fully wound (it's a automatic watch not battery operated) that the watch will continue to keep for 80 hours before needing to be wound again. That's a long time in comparison to most watches that has 36 hours reserve or so. It's a nice watch and a good movement for that price
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This is the COSC Chronometer version and it's $739EEK!

https://www.jomashop.com/mido-wat...31-00.html
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For what it's worth and for anyone wondering about the quality of Mido watches in general, I have a Mido Baroncelli automatic power reserve in rose gold / leather band, and it's a very good daily driver. I also have a Cartier Ronde XL, and Rolex datejust II diamond dial, which are obviously priced in a different category than the Mido's, but I enjoy the Mido just as much. The only issue I had was covered fully by Mido which was one of the gold hour markers coming loose (3 and a half years ago). Pain in the ass as I had to take it through a licensed Mido dealer who charged me their own fees to basically ship it to the manufacturer. From a movement and longevity standpoint, I've had it almost 5 years now without any mechanical issues. I probably wear it 5/7 days of the week so there is some wear on the leather band. Hopefully this helps.
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For what it's worth and for anyone wondering about the quality of Mido watches in general, I have a Mido Baroncelli automatic power reserve in rose gold / leather band, and it's a very good daily driver. I also have a Cartier Ronde XL, and Rolex datejust II diamond dial, which are obviously priced in a different category than the Mido's, but I enjoy the Mido just as much. The only issue I had was covered fully by Mido which was one of the gold hour markers coming loose (3 and a half years ago). Pain in the ass as I had to take it through a licensed Mido dealer who charged me their own fees to basically ship it to the manufacturer. From a movement and longevity standpoint, I've had it almost 5 years now without any mechanical issues. I probably wear it 5/7 days of the week so there is some wear on the leather band. Hopefully this helps.
My Dad's Ocean Star is 50 now and still works well. Very thin and elegant. These watches will outlast you!
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My Dad's Ocean Star is 50 now and still works well. Very thin and elegant. These watches will outlast you!
Nice!
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What power reserve are we talking about here? Is this a Solar Watch?
mechanical watches rely on a main spring for power instead of a battery or light.
they have to be regularly wound or played with to keep tension on the spring or they stop working after 2-4 days.
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Mido makes great watches. I've owned many over the years. I currently own an Ocean Star Captain IV, and it's one of my favorite watches. Great quality for reasonable prices.
Might get the black one
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