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Nad Wrote:Thanks Bill, but you might have missed that I posted 'live' pix of this watch from my recent GVA visit, here on the Forum, as well as on the IWC FB page!It's spectacular and a price point to match, LOL!!!!!!!!!!
Bill B. aka wrb75 Wrote in reply to:Nad Wrote:Thanks Bill, but you might have missed that I posted 'live' pix of this watch from my recent GVA visit, here on the Forum, as well as on the IWC FB page!It's spectacular and a price point to match, LOL!!!!!!!!!!It's my age. I do remember now. I just saw this posed by IWC on FB today and duplicated your scoop.Thanks for your live pictures. The ST EX BP is indeed an impressive IWC.
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lndblr Wrote:The St Ex version of this watch is yet another fine variation on the theme. I like all the different editions of this perpetual / Big Pilot combo. But I know I am partial to this one which is still number one to me.
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david r. Wrote:Personally, I do not know why a P-38 - a heavy fighter aircraft of WW II and in which he died- was chosen to be used for this watch. St. Exupéry flew this aircraft, that's a given. But wouldn't it have been much nicer to use a civil plane of the time when he was not involved in the dark times of World War II and that has also no connection to his death?RegardsDavid
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