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Ladies' wristwatch movement in men's watch? "Click" to Login or Register 
Hi all. New member here.
Is there anything fundamentally different about the smaller movements in ladies wristwatches besides the size? If you could find a way to hold it in the case and fix the dial, is there any reason why you couldn't put one in a men's watch? Do they have less force to move longer hands, or other limitations that would cause a problem?
Thanks for your expertise!
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