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 bet the Pilot's watches won't be touched in 2011. The Pilot's Chrono is a huge success as it is. Giving it the 89360 movement would make it much more expensive. The same Idea I have on giving the Mark XVI the 80110 movement. And let's try to stir things up: I guess the ETA movements used are more reliable and accurate than the in-house movements mentioned here.Kind regards,Paul
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MF Wrote:I also think that if IWC has issues sourcing ETA movements it will turn to other alternatives, such as Selita, to maintain price point over a market spectrum.
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Paul Bloemen Wrote:There seem to be other top-quality brands that use Sellita movements, but I haven't heard about them yet. Does anybody here know of such a brand?
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lndblr Wrote:From what I understand (and this information is NOT from MF) 2011 will see several new nce watches in addition to the new Portofinos. But the big changes are slated for 2012. There will be significant changes then.