I understand that the movement of the Overseas Chronograph is based on Frederique Piguet 1185. I read that this movement is also used as the base movement in some Omega chronographs.
Could anyone explain the differences between the FP1185-based movement used in the VCOS and those used in Omegas and other similar, less prestigious brands, please?
Owning a VCOS myself, I would like to believe that, besides having a big date display, the movement in my watch is of much higher quality than those used in less prestigious brands, but I would appreciate it if anyone could explain how this is the case.
Many thanks in advance.