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NorbertS Wrote:Thanks for showing Tracy. So you paid a lot of money for a simple ETA-movement ;-))
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MF Wrote:.... but getting one is about as "adventurous" as gulping and writing a large check.
Kokoro Wrote:I'm still debating whether to sell my stainless BP 5004
What you do may not be so important, but it is very important that you do it well. (my variation of a saying by Gandhi)
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Paul Bloemen Wrote:I would not sell the 5004 if I were you. You could call it the mother of all contemporary models, the main theme. Like in music, you cannot do without it, it is a kind of reference point. You quite probably will be sorry, and you'll end up buying it again. Then you can better keep it.
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Kokoro Wrote:I wish that all I had to do was gulp and write a large check (LOL) but not being independently wealthy and just a mere government civil servant working toward an uncertain pension, each watch purchase is an adventure for me to find a way to mentally justify such an extravagance and to come up with the funds and, of course, to negotiate the right price. This time I'm selling some non-IWC watches, Ferrari model cars & car parts, and what's left of my ham radio equipment. I'm still debating whether to sell my stainless BP 5004 - three of my forum friends have told me that I'll regret it - we'll see. So for me, each watch purchase is accompanied by a story - an adventure of sorts - that enhances my personal appreciation of the watch.Tracy
Regards, Shing | email iwcforme1976 (at) gmail (dot) comtime does not change us. it just unfolds us. max frisch.all that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. baltasar gracian.
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