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Ardoise Wrote:Yes. It was also made in Platinum with a blue dial as well.
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flyrobyfly36 Wrote: I searched in my IWC catalogues for the whole period reference 3717 was produced and also in some other generalist catalogues, I didn't find any mentioning about gold bracelet.
Ardoise Wrote in reply to:flyrobyfly36 Wrote: I searched in my IWC catalogues for the whole period reference 3717 was produced and also in some other generalist catalogues, I didn't find any mentioning about gold bracelet.Roberto - it's not a 3717. It's a Pilot "Doppelchronograph" with split-seconds function (see the button at 10 O'clock). It was produced in early to mid-90s. Could have been a Ref 3711 - judging by the crystal-bezel shape/refraction - hints of a domed-crystal - but tough to say at that angle. It's a rare watch. I have seen a few on croc straps - but rarely the bracelet.
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MF Wrote:Roberto - no, those doble digit numbered bracelets (like for 666 Ingenieurs) were actually produced for IWC in the 1960s by Gay Freres, an outside producer. This bracelet was from the 1990s and would have had a long reference number. Also back then the Doppel's bracelet size (21mm if I recall) was relatively unique and this wouldn't have been a general bracelet.