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Tech specs from Graham:
I believe the Great Wall was originally introduced a year or so ago and like its name implies, is a visual and thematic nod to the Great Wall of China - where a lot of Mido watches are most likely sold. The Great Wall is actually a pretty decent looking watch. For me, it has a slight edge over the new version of the Commander. For one thing, the Great Wall is a bit larger at 42m wide, but has a very similar case design. The steel case has a unique looking bracelet and a more intricate dial. Mido appears to be using the same hand design for both of the collections, and they both have day/date dials with ETA 2836-2 automatic movements. However, the movements inside of the Great Wall are COSC Chronometer certified while the Commander II movements are not. Don't miss the neat seconds hand on the Great Wall.
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