I first saw it yesterday, when reading up on Type 20/XX models. If the Breguet Type XX you and Mimo talk about is the new one with the polished bezel, then I have to say I prefer the more utilitarian look of the Dodane (and I don't get the Breguet's 30 minute counter - seems unnescessarily hard to read with only having markings every second minute and no numerals). Though if that second screw in the Dodane's lug doesn't do anything (which I guess it doesn't), then that would annoy me too.
Type XX Aeronavale (Click to show)
Of the ones I'm aware of, my favourite Flieger chronos are the IWC 3706 (and the double, 3711/3713). How do you rate those against the Sinn 103?
3706 (Click to show)
I only like the old Breguet pilot's chronos. The new ones don't do much for me, either.
The 3706, 3711 and 3713 are my favourite non-vintage IWC models. They're better-finished in all aspects than Sinn (not that Sinn is deficient), the bracelets are just outstanding, and the design is true to its British MoD roots. They're better watches, and it's reflected in the cost, and I'm still not super-keen on expensive 7750s. The movement was designed from the outset to be inexpensive, though fortunately not at the expense of reliability.